Devina McCall announces hosting of Channel 4’s upcoming reboot BB show, Changing Rooms all
The presenter will be joined by interior designer Lawrence Lleolin-Bowen, who was on the original home improvement program that aired on the BBC from 1997 to 1997 and 2004.
The show shows that two sets of homeowners work counterclockwise to renovate a house in each other’s homes.
The original show was hosted by Carol Smiley.
It also featured designers including carpenter Andy Kane, Linda Barker, Anna Ryder-Richardson and Graham Winn.
As is largely true with the original format, the reboot will be broadcast throughout the six-hour-long episode.
Former Big Brother presenter McCall said, “I’m very excited to present the Changing Room. It’s a classic.”
“It’s the right time to bring it back, everyone is going DIY and the decor is crazy all I can’t wait to see all the conversions surprisingly – even if I’m allowed to loose with a paint brush I might get stuck myself”
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Speaking before the return of the changing rooms, Johnny Rotherry, the editor-in-chief of Channel 4, said:
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