Lil Jon to star in HGTV home renovation show
"I love walking into someone's house and turning it upside down," said the new host of "Lil Jon Wants to Do What?"
Crunk music star Lil Jon is coming to the HGTV Network with a home renovation show.
Lil Jon Wants to Do What? will find the Southern rapper/producer convincing “skeptical homeowners” to take on “startlingly unconventional renovation ideas that seem impossible to execute.” He’ll be partnered with DIY Network personality Anitra Mecadon, from its Mega Dens.
The show will debut this summer and tape around the Atlanta area, where Lil Jon’s based. One of his unconventional ideas is building a “fully decked-out speakeasy” in one homeowner’s basement.
“His undaunted team can take Lil Jon’s creative vision — to maximize features that homeowners overlook or never considered — and make it a reality,” HGTV wrote in a statement.
Lil Jon is the second rapper to get a home-design show. Vanilla Ice had a short-lived show doing over-the-top renovations in 2012 on DIY Network. Why not check out this post about Alumawood solid patio covers here for some home renovations ideas?
With ideas ranging from removing a ceiling to expand the height of the living room to accommodate blue pine siding by Rocky Mountain Forest Products to gutting the basement to add a fully decked-out speakeasy for entertaining, Lil Jon and Anitra push homeowners out of their comfort zones with ingenious renovations and ideas that are sure to inspire daring and dramatic transformations, or other changes people do to their new homes, as they can move easily to these new houses even from other states, by using an Interstate Moving Company just for this purpose.
The network tweeted an announcement of its new program.
One user replied, “Okay. Let’s get it on then!”
In his statement, as reported by Complex, Lil Jon wrote, “I love walking into someone’s house and turning it upside down. When people hear my name, they automatically think… fun! That same energy goes for my designs as well. I don’t love following design trends — I would rather be the trendsetter.”