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'Clean House' Not Canceled, Just Moving to New York

by Chris Harnick, posted Jun 3rd 2011 4:20PM
Niecy NashWhy is Niecy Nash tweeting that 'Clean House' has been canceled? According to a 'Clean House' publicist, the show is "alive and well."

When Nash was asked on Twitter if she would ever return to the Style Network series, she responded: "No :( its canceled."

On the contrary, said a 'Clean House' rep -- it's true the show isn't currently in production in Los Angeles, but that's because it's getting ready for a move to New York.

"After helping more than 200 families in the LA area, we are gearing up to begin filming the show in NY and give the East coast some much needed clutter clearing help," the publicist told AOL TV. "At the moment, we are not in production in LA, but focusing on pre-production in NY."

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The Grossest Home in the Country on 'Clean House' (VIDEO)

by Oliver Miller, posted Jul 1st 2010 2:50AM
The Grossest Home in the Country on 'Clean House'The search is finally over. All season long, Niecy Nash and her team have been looking for the most disgusting home in the nation on 'Clean House' (Wed., 10PM ET on Style). But now, the quest is finished. There could be no grosser house than this.

So what's the nastiest home in America actually like? It looks shockingly normal from the outside. But once the team walks through the door, everything clicks into place. Every room is literally buried in junk. The family is a group of shopaholics who have covered everything with garbage. How bad is it? It's so bad that the family lost a wedding ring somewhere within the piles of trash -- and they lost that ring ten years ago. Rather then bothering to clean up, the husband and wife just bought a new ring.

Host Niecy Nash simply can't believe what she's seeing, and keeps screaming in terror. "Are you crazy?!" she yells at the family.

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A Very, Very Messy Home on 'Clean House' (VIDEO)

by Chris Harnick, posted Jun 24th 2010 10:15AM
Niecy NashDid Niecy Nash and her team meet their match on 'Clean House' (Wed., 10PM on STYLE)? The group was tasked with cleaning the house of a very messy family.

"Girl, you got more stuff than you can shake a stick at!" Nash said. The family's table is buried under piles of stuff, so where do they eat?

Sometimes, they just stand at the sink and eat. "At that sink with all that junk on top of it?" Nash asked. "Ew." What is the stuff all over the table? The woman's daughter puts it best: "sh*t."

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A Single Working Mom's Tears on 'Clean House' (VIDEO)

by Aimee Deeken, posted Jun 3rd 2010 4:50AM
Mother's Tears on 'Clean House'Poor Ms. Geyer. She's a single, working mother of four teenage boys. Not only are they an untidy group, the head of the household has a bedroom sparse on furniture, heavy on haphazard clothing and clutter. And she's too busy working and looking after the kids to turn it into her own grown-up space. A perfect candidate for 'Clean House: Search for the Messiest Home in the Country' (Wed., 10PM ET on STYLE).

Once the 'Clean House' crew work their magic, they bring her into the room blindfolded. "We're in your bedroom," says Trish Suhr. "Tell me how you used to feel when you were in this room."

"It was daunting; it was such a burden," says Geyer. She whips off the blindfold to reveal (among other things) an organized clothes closet and actual floor space. Bursting into tears, she says, "I don't even recognize it! I can't believe this is mine!"

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A Touching Moment on 'Clean House' (VIDEO)

by Oliver Miller, posted May 27th 2010 3:25AM
A Touching Moment on 'Clean House'It's never fun to have strangers pick through all your belongings. And that experience is even less fun when people reject everything that you own as being undesirable.

The search for the messiest house in the country continues on 'Clean House' (Wed., 10PM ET on Style). On the show, Niecy Nash meets the Cox family, who live in Tennessee, and who are having a bit of a clutter problem. Nash organizes a sale to get rid of all their excess belongings -- the money raised will go to pay for their home makeover. But at least one of the potential buyers doesn't like anything that the Coxes own, yet still offers to donate money to the family anyway.

Instead of being insulted, Mrs. Cox finds this offer to be oddly touching. Then, she breaks down in tears.

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