TLC has announced they're reviving the hit show, but find out what Paige Davis, Ty Pennington and more are up to post-"Trading Spaces"
You're in, you're in, you're in! You're in your new bedroom. Open your eyes. My gosh. That is really cool. I love the headboard. Definitely the thing above the bed has got to go. [LAUGH] That has got to go. No, I don't like it. Open your eyes and see what it looks like. My God. Holy [BLEEP] It's straw It's a farm with pink. I said I really didn't want a kid room, but I'm gonna be cleaning up sprog for the rest of my life. [LAUGH] The big question is, what do you think about the fireplace? You guys are gonna be fixing that in a little bit. [BLANK_AUDIO] So- Yeah, well, I just see a lot of firewood. [BLANK_AUDIO] So. Hm. I'm gonna have to leave the room now. You look disappointed. Well, I'm gonna have to leave the room. Man, it's, boy, she's not happy. She's really not happy. [LAUGH] Not happy at all. Those classic trading spaces moments will never get old. Which is why we're so excited. T L C has announced they're relaunching the classic design show. No word yet on if the shows original cast will be involved. Here's what they have been up to since the show ended it's original run in 2008. For most of its run, Trading Spaces was hosted by the amazing and lovely Paige Davis the actress and host has been married to actor Patrick Page. So guys if she had taken his. His last name. Her name would be Paige page, but I digress. After Trading Spaces ended, Davis also hosted Home Made Simple on the Oprah Winfrey network, and Hallmark channel's Home & Family. In 2013, she revived her role of Roxy Hart in Chicago on Broadway. And continues to perform when news now on the Trading Spaces revival broke, Davis responded to fans on Twitter saying this, I hope I get to host again and we hope so too Paige. Another very familiar face from Trading Spaces original run was high energy Carpenter. Ty Pennington, we love him. Pennington of course, left Trading Spaces after four seasons to host the mega successful, Extreme Makeover Home Edition, he also hosted American Diner Revival. Pennington has a furniture line at Sears and in January appeared in the Tournament of Roses parade before the Rose Bowl.