Stacey Solomon praised for 'inspiring' new show Sort Your Life Out by fans

STACEY Solomon has won over a whole new legion of fans on her new show Sort Your Life Out.

The 31-year-old hosts the new programme on BBC One and aims to help people declutter and tidy their homes.

Stacey has been showing her fans how she organises her home on Instagram for ages now, making her the perfect host for the new show.

And that's exactly what BBC viewers thought as they tuned in tonight's first episode.

"Amazing programme and what a transformation! Such a cathartic feeling!" wrote one Twitter user.

Another added: "I need Stacey Solomon to organise my entire existence!! She’s amazing."

And a third said: "Really loved #SortYourLifeOut tonight!! They were a really relatable family, having just got overwhelmed by work & kids combined. @StaceySolomon is the perfect host as she's naturally warm & understanding, but firm when she needs to be. I hope this turns into a full series!!"

The show sees a family completely emptying all of the contents of their home into a warehouse, where Stacey and her team ask them what they want to keep and to throw out.

Then while they are doing that, Stacey and the experts upcycle the family's home to give it a makeover on a budget.

Some of the clever upcycling hacks included making room in the steps for shoe storage and saving old socks for dusting.

Stacey also added one of her own storage hacks which she had previously shared with fans and that is to add rods and curtain clips in kitchen cupboards to hang snacks.

But the ingenious hacks weren't the only thing viewers were surprised at, with Stacey revealing she still has her sons' foreskins.

Speaking to the camera, the mum-of-three said: "There are things in my house that if we were like, 'why don't we come and do this over at mine?' they'd be like, 'Stacey! How have you still got your son's foreskin in a box?'"

As she laughed she continued: "I keep some random, gross stuff because I cannot let it go, so I totally understand."

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