This is MY House cast: Which celebrities take part in BBC1 show? | The Sun

This is MY House cast: Which celebrities take part in BBC1 show? | The Sun

THE popular TV show where celebrities are tasked with guessing who is the real owner of a home has returned to our screens.

The second series of This Is MY House is here but this time there are a few differences including which celebrities are on the panel.

Richard Madeley

Broadcaster Richard Madeley has returned for the second series of This Is MY House, after saying he enjoyed the first season.

He will be joining three other celebrity panellists as they try and guess who the house really belongs to between four possible owners.

Richard recently revealed to the Daily Express that he would love to snoop around Meghan Markle's home, wondering if they really had 16 bathrooms.

Judi Love

Loose Woman Judi Love will also be returning to see if she can work out the real home owner.

Judi has been busy when it comes to TV appearances, being a regular panellist on ITV's Loose Women as well as competing in 2021's Strictly Come Dancing.

Harry Hill

Harry Hill is taking his place on the celeb panel where he will try and put his knowledge to the test.

The comedian is best known for his various comedy shows, most notable Harry Hill's TV Burp and being the voice of You've Been Framed.

Harriet Kemsley

Joining fellow comedian Harry Hill and Judi Love is Harriet Kemsley.

Harriet is best known for her stand-up comedy as well as acting in popular shows such as Doctor Foster.

Who is the presenter of This is MY House?

The second series of This Is MY House has some differences, including the fact that there is no presenter anymore.

Stacey Dooley fronted the first series but isn't making a return.

This time the judges are tasked with watching a series of VTs and using these to decide who they think owns the house.

Another difference is that the programme has been cut from an hour to 30 minutes.

Adding to the celebrity panel each week will be: Team GB Paralympian Kadeena Cox, former BBC Radio 1 presenter Nick Grimshaw, Happy Mondays frontman Shaun Ryder and TV personality Scarlett Moffatt. Presenter Katie Piper, rapper MIST and comedians Chris McCausland, Fathia El-Ghorri, Kiri Pritchard-Mclean, Nabil Abdulrashid and Sindhu Vee will also co-star.

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