Emma Willis and Nick Grimshaw are joining forces to host 'The Great Home Transformation'.

Emma Willis to co-host home transformation show with Nick Grimshaw

Emma Willis to co-host home transformation show with Nick Grimshaw

The 'Voice' host and the former BBC Radio 1 DJ have landed a new gig at Channel 4 on the new show, which will see family homes transformed in just three days.

Sharing the news on Instagram alongside a promo shot of him and Emma, Nick, 37, wrote: "Ooooooh I am so excited to announce that me and @emmawillisofficial are joining forces for a brand new series on @channel4.

"As you know I am obsessed with all things design so cannot wait for you to see how we are gonna be transforming family homes across the UK.

"The Great Home Transformation is coming to your screens this spring."

News of Emma's latest hosting role comes days after she called for 'Big Brother' to return.

The 45-year-old TV star presented 'Big Brother' and 'Celebrity Big Brother' between 2013 and 2018, as well as the spin-off series 'Big Brother's Bit on the Side' between 2011 and 2015.

And like Rylan Clark, who won the 2013 celebrity series and also hosted 'Big Brother's Bit on the Side', Emma would love to see the reality show back on screens in the UK.

She said: "Everybody wants it back!

"I think it will come back when it’s ready, maybe it’s not ready yet.

"If you’re gonna do it again, you’ve got to do it fantastically well.

She added: "Hopefully, there’s somebody beavering away somewhere that is coming up with an amazing plan for it, but I don’t know anything about it if they are!"

The last UK series aired in 2018, but an Australian spin-off of 'Celebrity Big Brother' was made available on E4 this month.

The news prompted Rylan to tweet: "Amazing news…… NOW BRING OURS BACK."

The 33-year-old star, who also presented the main series of 'CBB', urged for the return of the popular programme when the UK was plunged into a third coronavirus pandemic lockdown in 2021.

He wrote on Twitter at the time: "Surely now is the time we all need a bit of Celebrity Big Brother (sic)"

The former 'Supermarket Sweep' host had previously called for 'Big Brother' to be picked up by the likes of streaming services Netflix or Amazon Prime Video.

'The Great Home Transformation' is due to air in spring.