Stacey Solomon interview with Cat Deeley in chaos as her doorbell keeps ringing as star admits she's a 'secret hoarder'

Stacey Solomon interview with Cat Deeley in chaos as her doorbell keeps ringing as star admits she's a 'secret hoarder'

STACEY Solomon’s interview with Cat Deeley today descended into chaos as her doorbell kept ringing.

The 31-year-old had video called in to the Lorraine show to chat about her new show Sort Your Life Out but it seems not everyone knew she was on the telly.

As they spoke about her organisational skills, the doorbell could be heard in the background.

A few seconds later, as Stacey tried to carry on the doorbell went again, leaving her red faced.

She apologised: “Excuse my doorbell, can someone get it?”

Cat then joked from the studio, shouting for Joe to answer the door for her.

During the interview, Stacey also admitted that she is in fact a hoarder, despite being famed for ‘tap for tidy’.

She explained: “Tap to tidy only exists because my house is constantly a mess, I always have to tidy it. I’m a hoarder. I love holding on to sentimental things, I don't like throwing things away.

“I love my kids so much and I keep a handprint and stuff but when it comes down to a dot without even a name on it and you don’t know which kid’s drawn it, that’s when it’s time to say goodbye.”

Tonight’s programme will see her help a family sort out their home by removing everything from it and laying it out in a warehouse.

She revealed they ended up getting memory boxes for the children, so they could keep their special bits and bobs.

The Loose Woman star said of the show: “I’m so excited it’s on tonight and nervous. It’s not just me, there’s a whole team of people who are incredible with what they do and we all come together to help a family. 

“They didn’t know where to put [their stuff], how to get rid of it, what to keep and what not to keep – we emptied the whole house, spread it all across the floor and then we could make informed decisions as to where it could go.”

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