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The BBC have reportedly commissioned a celebrity version of interior design competition format Interior Design Masters following the ongoing success of the series on BBC One.

The series will continue to be hosted by Alan Carr and air on BBC One, with The Sun newspaper reporting that model and Glow Up host Leomie Anderson is the first celebrity to sign up for the series. The BBC have not yet formally announced the commission.

The format sees, arriving at a design studio in London, the contestants each other for the first time, before being welcomed by Series Host Alan Carr and Former Editor in Chief of Elle Decoration magazine Michelle Ogundehin.

Highly regarded in the design industry, Michelle is hard to impress and someone all the designers look up to. They are competing to win an extraordinary prize of a commercial contract with one of the UK’s top boutique hotels in the Lake District. It’s a life-changing opportunity for one of these ten designers.

Every week Michelle sets the designers a different commercial design challenge and will then scrutinize their designs alongside some big-name industry specialists.

Some weeks working in teams and some weeks as individuals, every week Series Judge Michelle will ultimately decide what constitutes a winning design, but also pass judgement on the weakest approaches.

Alongside the guest judge she will decide which designer is eliminated, ending their dreams of making a name for themselves in the ferociously competitive design world.

Interior Design Masters is available on BBC iPlayer.


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