Thursday night saw the first of six new hour-long episodes of Sort Your Life Out air on BBC One following a successful one-off pilot earlier this year
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Stacey Solomon has been accused of copying Nick Knowles with her TV show Sort Your Life Out.
Thursday night saw the first of six new hour-long episodes of Sort Your Life Out air on BBC One following a successful one-off pilot earlier this year.
But as viewers tuned in, some people felt that Stacey’s show was very similar to Nick’s Channel 5 programme, Big House Clear Out.
Taking to Twitter, viewers were quick to share several similarities between the two shows – with others defending 32-year-old Stacey, stating that her trailer had aired way before Nick’s.
“Hasn’t Nick Knowles done this warehouse clear house on his show?” one person asked.
Another person posted: “Stacey Solomon appears to be duplicating Nick Knowles and throwing rubbish out. Who copied who??”
A third added: “Someone tell Nick Knowles they’ve stolen his programme.”
However, others jumped to Stacey’s defence with one person tweeting: “A reminder that if people would research a bit more, Stacey’s pilot aired months ago, before Nick Knowles’ on Channel 5 did.”
On Thursday’s episode of Sort Your Life Out, Stacey and her DIY team helped to completely revamp a single-mum and her three daughter’s home.
During the show, Stacey admitted that her fiancé Joe Swash’s messy habits get her down and leave her feeling ‘teary’.
“My partner could live with mess everywhere and he doesn’t even see it and it actually upsets me to the point where it makes me feel down,” she emotionally explained.
“That sounds ridiculous but I genuinely get teary about it. I just feel so overwhelmed when things are an absolute mess,” the mum-of-four added.
Fronted by the former X Factor star, Sort Your Life Out sees a team of experts help families free up space in their home by laying out all their possessions in a giant warehouse.
The team and Stacey, not unlike a British Marie Konde in the series, then ask the families to go through their items and say goodbye to a chunk of their clutter.
“When we decided to do Sort Your Life Out, the most incredible feeling was meeting people who just felt really overwhelmed by their homes and they didn’t know where to start,” the DIY enthusiast explained prior to the show airing.
Stacey Solomon says Joe Swash’s messy habits makes her ‘feel down’ and ‘teary’
Stacey Solomon cradles sleeping baby Rose during interview on The One Show