This is My House is back on BBC One tonight – who are the latest celebrities on the panel?
This is My House sees four people walk into a home and say, “This Is MY House” however only one of them is telling the truth.
In each episode a celebrity panel – as well as those watching at home – will try to guess correctly who really owns the house. Whoever the panel pick – liar or not – will walk away with a cash prize.
The BBC tease: “This Is My House promises plenty of laugh out loud moments as each of the four opponents tries to prove that they are the real deal. It’s a fun show that challenges our prejudices and asks a simple question. Can the truth win?”
This is My House tonight
Tonight’s episode (1 July) features Judi Love, Richard Madeley, Harry Hill and MIST on the celebrity panel.
They try to identify the owner of a nine-bedroom Georgian mansion house. It is home to Rohini, but three visiting impostors all maintain they own the property.
The real Rohini has an enviable property complete with an ice room, a pirate room, a yoga studio and an indoor beach, and she runs it as a yoga and alternative therapy retreat.
Up in the pirate room, one of the Rohinis claims that a broken window was caused by a small flying potato, while another says that a fireplace in the house cost £24,000.
All the Rohinis demonstrate their alternative therapies, which range from spinning on the spot to clucking like a chicken.
The panel must align their chakras to intuit which of the Rohinis is the real homeowner, attempting to pick her out at the end of the episode.
The player the panel pick will win a cash prize, so it’s in the interest of the impostors to keep their lies convincing.
This Is MY House airs Friday, 1 July at 8:30PM on BBC One.
You can catch up with episodes of This is MY House online via BBC iPlayer.
Pictured: L-R: Sindhu Vee, Richard Madeley, Judi Love, Joel Dommett. Credit Expectation Entertainment Ltd.