Stacey Solomon is poached by BBC to host new home organising show Sort Your Life Out after Tap To Tidy phenomenon

STACEY Solomon has been poached by the BBC to host a new home organising show after her Tap To Tidy Instagram stories became a huge hit.

The 31-year-old, whose TV work has previously been on ITV, will be helping six families organise and declutter their homes during the six-part series called Sort Your Life Out.

The mum-of-three landed the lucrative gig after sharing her own tips and tricks with her four million social media followers, which in turn led to the release of her Tap To Tidy book.

Speaking about the project, Stacey – who will still be a panellist on Loose Women – said: “There's always that one room or cupboard I can't face sorting out at home but once I've done it there's nothing more satisfying.

“I'll be sharing my ultimate tidying and up-cycling tips, from Lazy Susans to tension rods.

“There'll be lots of great ideas to give viewers the confidence to finally tackle that cupboard.”

Stacey will be joined on the show by home organiser Dilly Carter, carpenter and up-cycler Robert Bent and cleaning expert Iwan Carrington.

The series will see the families remove everything from their homes and lay it all out in a warehouse where they will then be forced to be ruthless with their possessions.

They must decide what they will keep, recycle, donate or sell with the help of Stacey and the experts.  

The pilot will air in the Spring followed by the rest of the series later in the year.

BBC commissioning editor Emily Smith said: "We're so excited for this series with Stacey and her team.

"It's amazing what they can do to turn homes around without having to spend loads."

Stacey rose to fame on the X Factor in 2009 but has gone on to be a TV presenter and Instagram influencer, mainly thanks to the Tap To Tidy phenomenon.

Tap To Tidy is the Instagram trend she started where she magically clears up her kids’ mess at home with one "tap."

Used on a nearly daily basis on her Instagram page, it began with a simple text box but in early 2020 she created her own sticker.

It features handwriting-style text inside a circle with a heart dotting the 'i' and users simply press the screen to move to the next slide – showing her home suddenly looking spotless.

She has since cashed in on the Instagram post with her book Tap To Tidy, which has soared through the charts since its release last week.



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