Devina McCall is ready to host the next Channel 4 Changing rooms Reboot.
The former Big Brother The presenter will be seen with people’s homes as well as interior designer Lure Rance Llewellyn Bowen while the popular show – which originally aired on the BBC between 1996 and 2004 – returns.
“I am just happy to be here Changing rooms. This is the right time to bring it back. “Everyone is DIY and the outfit is insane,” Ms Kall said in a statement, referring to the many people above and below the UK who are engaging themselves during the epidemic by renovating their places.
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“I can’t wait to see all the surprising changes. If I let go of the paint brush I might as well get stuck in myself.” The program sees two groups of people swap homes and try to update a room based on a professional’s vision. It was originally hosted by Carol Smiley and Linda Barker.
After confirming McClellan’s involvement, Smiley publicly shared that he would love to return to all the new episodes. Speaking of Llewellyn-Bowen, it looks like she needs a little more persuasion …
“A lot of coxswain has been taken to bring me under this Changing rooms One more time the banner was hoisted, but nothing like coxswain pulling back those leather trousers, ”he joked.
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