KATIE Price revealed a huge mound of rubbish at her mucky mansion before clearing it ready for decorating.
The 42-year-old is motivated to get the huge Sussex home back in shape after it fell into disrepair.
Giving her followers a look inside, she wrote on Instagram: "Cleared this room out today its now ready to be decorated..if anybody has any ideas or if there are any companies who want to transform it please get in touch 🏡."
After much manoeuvring, the room looked spotless with the wooden floorboards finally visible again.
Katie has already received offers from businesses looking to help, while some followers suggested she get help from Stacey Solomon, who is currently renovating her own project.
Last week we revealed Katie is in line for a Changing Rooms-style TV show to follow the renovation of her £2million "mucky mansion".
The mum-of-five has thrown herself into the mega make-over – renaming it her "plucky mansion" as she shares updates with fans on her YouTube channel.
But now The Sun can reveal she's in talks to make it into a TV project – so viewers can watch her transform every room in her £1.2m house.
A source told The Sun: "Katie's working with a production company and it's in development – and because the house is such a wreck, it would be a real transformation.
"She'd be doing it all, showing fans how they can transform their home for not much money, but with Katie's clever hints and tips.
"Everyone knows she's hilarious on camera, so everyone's sure a TV channel would jump at the chance to stump up the cash and get behind the project."
Cult makeover show Changing Rooms is making a return after 16 years.
The TV show, remembered for some disastrous transformations, will move from BBC1 to Channel 4.
The Masked Singer judge Davina McCall was last month forced to stand down from presenting duties after the show’s new proposed dates clashed with her packed schedule.
She had initially signed up to front the series alongside Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen, last year, but filming was pushed back twice due to lockdowns and she can no longer commit.
The Sun previously revealed bosses are hoping to sign up some of the original team, which included host Carol Smillie.
A TV insider said: “Changing Rooms was something of a phenomenon, spawning a long line of copycat makeover shows and it still retains a cult following.
“Not only did it spawn a long line of copycat makeover shows, it still retains a cult following among a whole generation of fans.
“C4 execs would like to tap back into some of that telly magic and exploit the current nostalgia for bygone shows.”
While the six-parter is one of the most exciting programmes to make a comeback on the box, it’s been five months since Channel 4 confirmed the good news – and still not one lick of paint has been put on the walls.
Here's hoping Katie's project can start filming as soon as possible.
Katie's rep told us: "There are some ideas knocking about in development, this is a very exciting time for Katie, she is going from strength to strength."
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