Stacey Dooley BBC series This Is My House axed after two seasons

Some TV shows we hear announced we know will fail and BBC’s This Is My House, a series previously presented by Stacey Dooley has been binned.

First airing in 2021, the first season of the game show was presented by Stacey, 36, and saw four contestants (the homeowner and three imposters) attempting to convince a panel of celebrities that they were the real owner of a house.

Last year a Red Nose Day special also saw Ricky Hatton, Claire Richards, Deborah Meaden, and Robert Rinder take part in a one-off celebrity special, while an Italian version of the show was also created.

There was a prize of £1,000 for the homeowner if a panel of celebrities could pick them out from the crowd. However now the show has been canned by the national broadcaster.

‘Sometimes difficult decisions have to be made, so whilst there will be not be another series of This Is My House on BBC One and iPlayer, we would like to extend our thanks to Richard Bacon and the entire team at Expectation plus all our celebrity sleuths for two series of the show,’

After Stacey fronted the first season, a voiceover was used for the season two episodes, which were also shortened to 30 minutes.

Earlier this year Stacey and her partner, former Strictly Come Dancing professional dancer Kevin Clifton, welcomed their first child, Minnie.

Just a month after giving birth Stacey was already back at work. In February she shared a video from the back of a car, the star filmed herself yawning, having covered her tired eyes with a pair of black shades.

‘Not me en route to work with my daughter on 1 hour sleep,’ she wrote alongside the clip.

Stacey first met Kevin when they won Strictly together in 2018.

She announced her pregnancy in August 2022, sharing polaroid snap with her hands cradling her growing stomach. has contacted BBC and representatives for Stacey Dooley for comment.

This Is My House is streaming on BBC iPlayer.

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