This Is MY House For Red Nose Day 2022: who are the celebrity judges and contestants - and where is the house?
This is MY House returns with a celebrity packed special, starring Deborah Meaden and Rob Rinder
and live on Freeview channel 276
This is MY House is a guessing game style show which puts a panel of celebrities turned investigators to the test.
In each episode a different group of four contestants will lay claim to a house, and it is up to the celebrity panel to winkle out the teasers from the tenant.
Now, returning for a Red Nose Day special, four famous faces will fill the shoes as contestants for This is MY House For Red Nose Day.
Who are the contestants on This is MY House For Red Nose Day special?
Four celebrities with very different careers will try to convince the panel that they are the famous homeowner.
Former professional boxer Ricky Hatton, who won 45 of 48 professional fights, 32 of which by a knockout is among the contestants.
Since leaving the ring Hatton has become a trainer, taking on Nathan Gorman and Tommy Fury.
The celebrity panel may want to keep an eye out for fitness equipment and boxing memorabilia in the house if they suspect it to be Hatton’s.
Hatton’s previous entertainment show appearances include competing on The Cube, and as a panellist on A Question of Sport.
The singer-songwriter and dancer is known for being one fifth of the pop group Steps, from its formation in 1997 to 2001.
In 2001, Richards and fellow Steps singer H released a couple of successful albums before parting ways.
Steps reformed in 2017 and are still together.
Richards also appeared on season two of Popstar to Operastar back in 2011, and made several appearances as a panellist on Loose Women.
Meaden is best known as a main judge on business entertainment show Dragon’s Den, where she quizzes budding entrepreneurs who are desperate for a cash investment.
Over her 17 seasons on the show, Meaden has invested more than £3 million in 63 businesses.
Meaden made her fortune through successful leisure and retail businesses and is worth an estimated £40 million.
Better known as Judge Rinder after the court-based reality show in which he settles arbitration cases, Rinder is a trained criminal barrister.
Rinder competed in the 14th season of Strictly Come Dancing with professional dance partner Oksana Platero, and was eliminated in fifth place.
In 2018, Rinder appeared on Who Do You Think You Are, where he discovered the tragic history of his Jewish family during the Holocaust.
Rinder also appeared on season two of Celebrity Gogglebox.
Who are the This is MY House For Red Nose Day judges?
Claudia Winkelman - The Strictly Come dancing presenter and lifestyle and relationship writer will need to see past her distinctive fringe to work out which of the celebrities are lying.
Chris Eubank - The former professional boxer may be able to spot similarities to his own pad if Ricky Hatton is the real owner.
Harry Hill - The comedian is best known for TV Burp and You’ve Been Framed.
Nina Wadia - The Eastenders and Death in Paradise star should be able to spot which of the celebrities are acting, and who is telling the truth.
Where is the house?
Well that’s the question isn’t it? The panel of judges will be taking virtual tours of the house, and with each celebrity claiming it as their own it could be in one of four locations.
Hatton owns a swanky property in Hyde nicknamed the Heartbreak Hotel, while Richards lives in Surrey.
Meaden has a vast country estate in Somerset, although she may well own several properties, and Rinder lives in a swanky Islington home.
How can I watch This is MY House on TV?
The Red Nose Day special of This is MY House will air on BBC One on 16 March at 8pm.
It will also be available to stream on BBC iPlayer.
The three-hour Red Nose Day schedule of programmes will air on BBC One on 18 March from 7pm.
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