Stacey Solomon discusses preparing for her new baby
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Television personality Stacey Solomon often leaves her Instagram followers in awe, sharing aspects of her life, while she rarely uses her Twitter page. Now, the star has shared her excitement after her hit BBC One programme was compared to a new Nick Knowles television series.
I can’t wait to watch it
Stacey, 31, fronted her own programme titled Stacey’s Sort Your Life Out, which saw the former X Factor contestant help those in need of clearing out their homes.
Now, a viewer has taken to social media, claiming a new Channel 5 programme is “exactly the same” as Stacey’s show that first aired in April 2021.
It comes after former DIY SOS host Nick Knowles was announced as the host of Channel 5’s Big House Clearout.
Taking to Twitter, one viewer questioned the latest show and didn’t hold back, tagging Nick, 58, in their tweet.
The viewer penned: “So, is the new @MrNickKnowles show on @channel5_tv basically exactly the same as @StaceySolomon Sort Your Life @BBCOne show?!
“Mega fun to watch and I love both presenters, so this should be fabulous!”
However, after seeing the tweet, Nick was sure to put any drama to one side as he shared his opinion on the matter.
He said: “Well it’s a very similar subject matter as there are many shows in this field at the moment but I hope you’ll see differences that will make it worth a watch.”
Responding to his tweet, Essex-born Stacey penned: “I can’t wait to watch it,” alongside four love heart emojis.
While the two shows are similar, in Big House Clearout, Nick offers his assistance to six families and will help change their lives, should they wave goodbye to their built-up clutter.
The presenter also participated in a similar task, binning 85 per cent of his personal belongings when he turned his back on London life, in favour of living in the Cotswolds.
Speaking to The Mirror, Nick said: “While it feels uncomfortable to start with, once you get on a roll with it, weirdly it becomes strangely empowering, when I did it, I got a bit carried away with it.”
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He added: “I handed furniture to friends who have similar houses to the house I was living in London.
“[I] gave various pieces to charity shops and then literally had two skips full of stuff that I was like, ‘Well, I’m never going to use that, and I don’t think that’s going to be any use for anybody else.'”
Nick claims that his life has changed for the better as he hasn’t “got a load of clutter” loitering around his cottage.
Meanwhile, Nick recently spoke out after it emerged that his hit series, Home is Where the Art Is, was decommissioned by the BBC.
The television star broke the news to his 158,000 Twitter followers after one asked when it would be airing again.
Taking to Twitter, the viewer quizzed Nick, saying: “BTW I’m enjoying watching Home Is Where The Art Is every afternoon, I hope the BBC allows you to continue this programme x.”
Sharing the sad news that there wouldn’t be another season of the show that aired between 2019 and 2020, he penned: “Sadly that’s another show discontinued by the BBC, which is a shame because it was well received and lovely to have art on TV without it being just masters like Caravaggio for the super wealthy.
“All income art is rarely featured on any channel.”
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