Changing Rooms' revival has been confirmed for a second series, with Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen taking over as the show's main focus.
Host Anna Richardson has stepped away from the series after one season, herself replacing original host Davina McCall.
Jordan Cluroe and Russell Whitehead also return alongside new interior designers Micaela Sharp and Whinnie Williams, as well as carpenter and joiner Tibby Singh.
"Like Arnie in The Terminator and Jack in The Shining, Changing Rooms is back smashing down the doors of the nation's most 'mneh' interiors to let the colour and excitement of full fat decorating in," Laurence said.
"Having loved every minute of last year's revival that coincided with The Changing Rooms Silver Jubilee, I've got some spectacular, nay superhuman, transformations planned.
"This season, the world's most iconic home show returns to its ensemble roots with Whinnie Williams and Micaela Sharp adding their own particular design DNA to the established aesthetic gene pool of myself and Russell and Jordan, which will guarantee that, in every episode, viewers will be able to always expect the unexpected."
Jonny Rothery, commissioning editor for Channel 4, added: "Last year's reboot of Changing Rooms was a highlight of the year, bringing the inimitable Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen back to UK screens and introducing the very talented Russell and Jordan to our viewers.
"I'm thrilled we're doing it all again and welcoming more new faces to the Changing Rooms family. I can't wait to see the makeovers our brilliant designers come up with."
Last year, McCall opened up about her reasons for departing the show, admitting that COVID-19 got in the way.
Changing Rooms airs on Channel 4.
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