HGTV is getting some more star power.
The network announced a new show Tuesday titled “Celebrity IOU” that will feature Hollywood A-listers giving back to those who impacted them by surprising them with home renovations.
The show already has a star-studded list of upcoming guests including Brad Pitt, Melissa McCarthy, Viola Davis, Rebel Wilson and Michael Bublé.
HGTV’s popular twin brothers Drew and Jonathan Scott will help the stars with each special renovation.
“It’s amazing to see someone who is extremely successful be grounded enough to always remember the people who helped them get there,” said Jonathan in a press release.
According to the release, celebrities will give an “authentic, inside look into their personal lives” in each episode. They will also get “hands-on” with the Scott brothers to create a plan the space, which will reward their chosen recipient, either a mentor, friend or family member.
Drew and Jonathan, known for their work on “Property Brothers,” have also worked with actors before, recently helping renovate the iconic “Brady Bunch” house alongside the series’ original stars for HGTV’s “A Very Brady Renovation.”
“They all jumped in on anything we threw at them, helping us with source materials, jumping in with demolition,” Jonathan said of the Brady kids, who provided elbow grease and expertise on the project. “Who would think that tiny little Maureen, no holds barred, was jumping in and knocking down walls?”
“Celebrity IOU” premieres April 13 at 9 p.m. ET.
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