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The only way we get to see how the rich and famous decorate their homes!
If you see Neiljones1981 (whom I am sure is a lovely person) comment on the programme it's not far off being accurate. What is totally inaccurate in his comment is his version of just how famous the panelists and the home owners are. OK so they do from time to time have those that are not that well known but they have also had exceedingly famous people on the show and loads of others in between. The range therefore is from the not so famous to the very famous indeed. Names as big as those of Jackie collins and Linford Christie have appeared on Through The Keyhole so to say that no-one really well know is never on the programme is complete and utter rubbish. Maybe he has a weird sense as to just what is a famous name! lol! Either that or it is that the only ones he's has seen just haven't had anyone that famous in. I would say the latter! Sit back and enjoy the programme as it is a lot of fun to try and work out the owner of the property and see the famous panelists at it too.
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