Stacey Solomon thanks fans for their endless support as she lands home improvement show on BBC

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Stacey Solomon has sent her thanks to her fans for their support following her latest TV deal.

The BBC has given the 31 year old organisation sensation her very own spot on the channel hosting a home improvement series called Sort Your Life Out.

After sharing the news with the Mirror, Stacey thanked her whopping 4.1million followers on Instagram for their kind words of encouragement.

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The mum-of-three took to her Instagram stories to share an OK! grid post about the wonderful news.

Against a pastel pink background she penned: “So many of you have messaged me to ask if this is true…”

The Loose Women host added a ‘screaming’ giff across the OK! post to show her excitement over her new TV debut.

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“I can not even believe I’m saying this but. YES…” Stacey added alongside a wide eyed emoji. “I never in a million years thought I’d get the chance to go into people’s homes and help them up cycle, organise and sort everything out.”

“It’s an absolute dream come true…” the singer continued with a crying icon. “So I’m over the moon that I’m finally allowed to say, after filming a pilot taster over a year ago, it’s actually happening.”

The former X Factor star said the support of her fans was the reason the show had been commissioned.

“I know it wouldn’t have been commissioned if it wasn’t for you all supporting me and giving me the best confidence boost ever,” Stacey beamed. “So thank you a million times.”

“Love u to the moon and back always,” the TV presenter concluded with a white love heart.

The organisation goddess then spoke to her followers about the upcoming show which will see her assist in the decluttering of six families' homes.

Stacey inserted a particular fan message which read: “Oh wow!!! I would just love you to come to mine for a diet coke and diam bar. Amazing! This will be fab xx”

“Your messages are just the best,” she replied speaking to the camera. “I love you so much. That could actually happen because we’ve only filmed one episode and have another five left to film, so I’ll try and find the link to apply!”

“I cannot wait to come to people’s houses,” Stacey gushed. “Have a tea and a diam bar and hang up crisps!”

True to her word and making it easy for her loyal fans to apply to be on her new BBC show, Stacey inserted the website link to her Instagram stories.

The series will feature Stacey’s team including home organiser Dilly Carter, carpenter and upcycler Robert Bent and cleaning expert Iwan Carrington.

The pilot episode is due to air this spring before the six-part programme airs later in the year.

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