When is Stacey Solomon’s TV show Sort Your Life Out on and where to watch it

Stacey Solomon in a still from her TV show Sort Your Life Out
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After the success of the one-off special in April, Stacey Solomon's Sort Your Life Out is back. With a full series for fans to get stuck into.

It's safe to say it's been a busy few months for Essex lass Stacey Solomon. The singer and television star launched a Primark kids collection (opens in new tab) in September, before welcoming a baby girl with Joe Swash (opens in new tab) in October 2021. And November shows no signs of the mum-of-four slowing down either, with her new cleaning show on our screens.

The programme pairs Stacey and a team of cleaning experts with a family home desperately in need of de-cluttering. And the good news is there's plenty of easy cleaning hacks (opens in new tab) that viewers can pick up on whilst watching along at home.

When is Sort Your Life Out on TV?

Stacey Solomon's TV show Sort Your Life Out airs on Thursdays at 8pm on BBC One.

The series runs throughout November and episodes will be available to watch on BBC iPlayer (opens in new tab) too.

Stacey Solomon's TV show sees the 32-year-old and her cleaning gurus declutter a different family's house each week. By moving the contents of their house into a warehouse and working together to get rid of unnecessary items. The family's remaining belongings are then returned to their original home and organised into a tidy and clutter-free state.


Teasing her new series, Stacey Solomon said: "There’s always that one room or cupboard I can’t face sorting out at home, but once I’ve done it there’s nothing more satisfying. One cupboard at a time, we’ll be helping families declutter their homes and get organised in a way that works for them.

"I’ll be sharing my ultimate tidying and upcycling tips, from Lazy Susans to tension rods, there’ll be lots of great ideas to give viewers the confidence to finally tackle that cupboard!"

Her show follows on from the success of Stacey's debut book - Tap to Tidy: Organising, Crafting & Creating Happiness in a Messy World (opens in new tab). It details her Instagram cleaning hacks that are similarly popularised by influencer and Stacey's friend Mrs Hinch (opens in new tab).

Tap to Tidy: Organising, Crafting & Creating Happiness in a Messy World by Stacy Solomon - £8
The Sunday Times Bestseller features time-saving cleaning tips, sweet home crafting ideas and motivational messages to help you tackle any clutter that's cramping your life. All in Stacey's signature chatty and friendly style.

How many episodes of Stacey Solomon's Sort Your Life Out?

There are 6 episodes of Sort Your Life Out to tune into this November.

Stacey's show first aired as a one-off special on Easter Monday this year. But following its success, a new series was commissioned for Autumn 2021.

BBC Commissioning Editor Emily Smith confirmed its return in July:

"After filming a successful pilot last year, we're so excited for this series with Stacey and her team," she said. "It's amazing what they can do to turn homes around without having to spend loads."

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The former Loose Women star (opens in new tab) teased what viewers can expect from the upcoming episodes:

"People are holding on to things for so many reasons that actually parallel different moments in your own life that you can relate to," Stacey adds. "We did a show with a single mum who split up with her husband. Looks after her daughters. And there was so much she was holding on to. Just because she preferred who she was when she was in a relationship."

Who are the Sort Your Life Out experts?

Those who watched the show back in April will be pleased to see the return of the same home improvement experts:

  • Robert Bent: Carpenter and upcycler Robert is on hand to upholster and breath new life into old furniture and sentimental items on the show. He runs his own company REBB Carpentry (opens in new tab) and is based in South-East England.
  • Iwan Carrington: Iwan is no stranger to screens - with viewers of Channel 4's Steph's Packed Lunch no doubt recognising him as the show's bargain hunter and presenter. He's also a cleaning mastermind who shares weekly cleaning video tips with his 69,000 subscribers on his Youtube channel Mr Carrington (opens in new tab).
  • Dilly Carter: She's the professional organiser who persuades contestants to ditch the clutter for a tidier mind and life. Outside of the show Dilly runs her own home styling service Declutter Dollies (opens in new tab) tackling clients' homes. She's also the author of Create Space (opens in new tab) - a guide to organising your home that also delves into the link between mental wellbeing and decluttering.

Stacey Solomon and the Sort Your Life Out experts posing together.

(From L-R) Robert Bent, Iwan Carrington, Stacey Solomon and Dilly Carter - the team of BBC's Sort Your Life Out. (Credit: Optomen - Photographer: James Callum)

It seems Stacey is certainly pleased to have them on board to help:

"I’m not qualified. I can give a really good cuddle. But outside of that there does need to be professionals that step in and say ‘Hi, we think you need a bit more back-up than that’. And that is what they do,” she told the Glasgow Times.

Stacey Solomon's Sort Your Life Out: How to apply

Applications for Sort Your Life Out are currently closed.

However, we've got the heads up on what is needed to apply - should Stacey Solomon's show return for a second series.

The programme is produced by production company Optomen. And it is via the Optomen website (opens in new tab) that you can apply when applications open again.

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For the current series, applicants had to be based in London. Or the surrounding home counties like Buckinghamshire, Surrey, Berkshire, Essex, Hertfordshire and Kent.

Applicants will have to be willing to share their backstory. Plus your purpose for wanting Stacey and the team to declutter your abode.

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Emily Stedman is the News Features Editor for GoodTo covering all things royal, entertainment, lifestyle, health and wellbeing. Boasting an encyclopaedic knowledge on all things celebrity and royal, career highlights include working at HELLO! Magazine and as a royal researcher to Diana biographer Andrew Morton on his book Meghan: A Hollywood Princess. In her spare time, Emily can be found eating her way around London, swimming at her local Lido or curled up on the sofa binging the next best Netflix show.