After becoming a cleaning goddess on Instagram, Stacey Solomon has landed a new deal with the BBC to host her own home improvement series.
The mum-of-three, who beamed in a neon pink mini dress recently, will help six families declutter their homes on new programme, Sort Your Life Out.
Speaking about the upcoming show to the Mirror, the 31 year old said: “There’s always that one room or cupboard I can’t face sorting out at home but once I’ve done it there’s nothing more satisfying.
“I’ll be sharing my ultimate tidying and upcycling tips, from Lazy Susans to tension rods, there’ll be lots of great ideas to give viewers the confidence to finally tackle that cupboard.”
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As well as Stacey, the series will also feature a team of helpers, including home organiser Dilly Carter, carpenter and upcycler Robert Bent and cleaning expert Iwan Carrington.
Families will have to empty out their homes and put all their belongings in a warehouse, before deciding which items to dispose of.
A pilot episode will air this spring before the six-part programme airs later in the year.
BBC commissioning editor Emily Smith said: “We’re so excited for this series with Stacey and her team.
“It’s amazing what they can do to turn homes around without having to spend loads.”
Stacey’s new presenting gig comes after she revealed why she began cleaning, after being “out of control” as a teen mum.
Writing in her new book Tap To Tidy, the Loose Women star divulged: “At a young age – I was just 17 when I became pregnant – I became a mum myself.
“That meant there was me, my brother, my sister, my baby son Zachary, and my mum all living in one small house, with no space to be messy.”
Stacey, who quit social media ‘for a while’, explains in her book that she threw herself into tidying as it was something she could get a handle on in her life.
She also shared that becoming a mum so young helped her to become organised with money.
“As such a young mum, I felt completely out of control and out of my depth.
“I had no idea what the hell I was doing; it felt like all my decisions had been made for me and there was nothing I could do about that,” she expressed.