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This Is MY House: Bill Bailey and Emily Atack to join host Stacey Dooley for new BBC property game show

Ailis Brennan
·1 min read
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Bill Bailey and Emily Atack are among the celebrities joining host Stacey Dooley for new property-centric BBC panel show This Is MY House.

The duo will feature in the show alongside comedian Jamali Maddix and Loose Women regular Judi Love, the BBC announced this week.

The Through The Keyhole-style show has been co-created by TV presenter Richard Bacon, and is set to air on BBC One in spring this year.

The game show’s premise will see four people walk into one house, say “this is my house”, and try to convince the celebrity panel that they live there. The panel will need to decide which homeowner is telling the truth, in order to win them a cash prize.

The regular panel will be joined by a new celebrity guest panellist each week.

“If you love a good old snoop around someone else’s house like I do, then make sure you join us,” said Love.

"I’m super excited to be joining the panel,” added Atack. “Our job is to find the honest homeowner amongst the imposters, who all have very compelling and believable stories.”

“I think it’s a lot of fun, something that everyone needs at the moment, and I’m sure viewers at home are going to love playing along,” said comedian and current Strictly Come Dancing champion Bailey.

“I consider myself a good judge of character, so I hope I’ll be able to spot the liars from the real homeowner and help win them some money.”

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