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This Is My House: BBC Viewers Say Stacey Dooley's New Show Is So Bad It's Good

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This Is My House: BBC Viewers Say Stacey Dooley's New Show Is So Bad It's Good

Stacey Dooley's new BBC One show, This Is My House, has got everyone talking, mostly because of how downright silly it is.

The concept is this: four individuals join each other in a home and try to convince a celebrity panel it's theirs. For the purposes of the show, they each have the same name, the same spouse, kids and pets, too.

But only one is telling the truth, and it's their job to persuade everybody else so that they're in with a chance of winning £1,000.

It's a simple premise, but an absolutely barmy show.

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After episode one saw four people named Fern battling out for the cash, the second show of the series - which aired last night - brought us four men pretending to be dad-of-four Michael Paris, each named Michael 1, 2, 3 and 4.

They had to take Stacey on a tour of the property, serenade their 'wife' and talk everybody through old family photos in the Hitchin home, as Jamali Maddix, Emily Atack, Bill Bailey and Judi Love watched from another property, and deciphered who was fibbing. Judge Rinder also joined as a guest detective.

While everyone had differing views when it came to who was the correct Michael, there seemed to be a unanimous opinion from viewers watching at home: This Is My House is so bonkers, chaotic and... well, bad... that it's good!

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A panel of celebs watched on from another house (Credit:BBC One)
A panel of celebs watched on from another house (Credit:BBC One)

"This programme is messing with my mind - God, it's dreadful, but still, I HAD to watch until the end #thisismyhouse," one viewer wrote as they watched hilarity ensue.

While another questioned: "Is this trash? Is this brilliance? #thisismyhouse".

"I'm not convinced it's not terrible. I'm not convinced it wasn't commissioned and produced as a prank. But I love #ThisIsMyHouse. Sublimely ridiculous," said another.

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The four men all claimed it was their house (Credit: BBC One)
The four men all claimed it was their house (Credit: BBC One)

As a fourth quipped: "What on Earth am I watching, and how has this been giving a 9pm slot on bbc1?!...And why can't I switch it off? #ThisIsMyHouse".

"This show is absolutely chaos and I needed it. #thisismyhouse," another chipped in, as a fellow viewer concurred: "Okay so I'm obsessed with # ThisIsMyHouse . It's an absolutely bonkers concept, but hilarious and very entertaining".

Even regular panelist Emily Atack seemed to admit the show was a guilty pleasure, when she tweeted: "Admit it..... YOU LOVE IT!!! #thisismyhouse."

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It has to be said, silly sure is what everybody needs right now.

Featured Image Credit: BBC

Topics: BBC, Stacey Dooley, TV News, TV Entertainment

Joanna Freedman
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