CHANGING ROOMS is coming back for 2022 following its reboot in 2021.
Reprising his role on the revamped home-improvement show, Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen is back to help Brits spruce up their homes.
Who is in the Changing Rooms cast?
The star of the show, the colourful interior designer isn't the only remodelling expert to make an appearance on Changing Rooms.
The reboot of the makeover show features teams ready to take on any design challenge that may come their way, all going up against Laurence.
Here's the lowdown on who's who in Changing Rooms…
Jordan Cluroe and Russell Whitehead
As mentioned above, Laurence has is confronted with, not one, but two impressive opponents who will be returning for their second series.
The couple originally rose to fame after appearing on BBC2's The Great Interior Design Challenge in 2014.
Their success on the show led the creative duo to launch their own design studio, 2LG (which stands for 2 Lovely Gays), based in South East London.
Both Jordan and Russell are also trained actors and attended performing arts schools prior to finding their passion for interior design.
An off-screen couple, they walked down the aisle in 2011 after meeting at a mutual friend's party, whilst they were actors in the West End.
They bonded over their love for interior design and while many couple mays find it difficult to work in the same environment neither Jordan nor Russell have seen it as an issue.
"We love a challenge and we love spending our time together", Jordan once told Bustle.
"Obviously that has its moments, as in any relationship, but the key has been to talk often and not be afraid to speak our minds."
Named BBC's Carpenter of the Year in 2012, Tibby is a multi-award winning carpentry and joining expert.
Tibby joined the Changing Rooms revival as the main carpenter and joiner to help bring design ideas to life.
"I'm honoured to be part of Changing Rooms which is such an iconic TV show!", he said of his appearance.
"I'm privileged to be working alongside Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen and 2LG to create some amazing makeovers and bring their designs to life."
"Touch wood everything goes to plan."
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Prior to his time in the spotlight, Tibby has worked as a property developer for a number of years after studying at the prestigious Leeds College of Building.
Micaela will be one of two new interior designers on the show.
She has her own business called Micaela Sharp designs that specialises in upholstery and interior design in London.
Micaela already has some TV experience, appearing on BBC One's Flipping Profit, Love Your Weekend with Alan Titchmarsh or CBeebies Junk Rescue.
Whinnie is the second new face to be part of the programme.
She owns her own business called Poodle & Blonde which specialises in interior design, but she hasn't always done this as a job.
Whinnie, whose real name is Jade, has worked as a singer as well.
After getting discovered during her gap year, she went on to support the likes of Mark Ronson and Ellie Goulding on tour.
Changing Rooms will air on Wednesday, 10 August at 8PM on Channel 4.
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