Jacqui Joseph: Homes Under The Hammer star runs into issues in first episode ‘Not working’

Jacqui Joseph’s first episode in her new position as presenter on BBC’s ever common property show Homes Under The Hammer, however she ran into some difficulties from the get go. When she acquired to her location to do a recce of the property, she discovered the elevate wasn’t working.

Jacqui travelled to Portsmouth to go to the second flooring house that went to public sale at £110k – £120k, however was hit with a little bit of disappointment earlier than she even acquired by way of the door.

As she famous there weren’t too many stairs to trek up, she was over the moon when she entered the constructing to see a elevate.

“Oh a elevate!” she exclaimed.

But her pleasure quickly disappeared as she discovered it taped off.

She sighed as she launched into the quick journey upstairs: “It’s not working… Up we go!”

Despite the damaged elevator, Jacqui was impressed with the widespread elements of the dwelling.

But the factor she could not get her head round was the textured ceiling.

Trying to disregard it, she saved referring again to the the ornamental aspect.

“Not to my style,” she confessed, turning her nostril up.

Having appeared on reveals similar to ITV’s Lorraine and This Morning in addition to changing into a well-known presenter on procuring channels, BBC introduced Jacqui could be becoming a member of the presenting workforce alongside fellow beginner Tommy Walsh, in November final yr.

The pair be a part of common hosts Martin Roberts, Dion Dublin and Martell Maxwell.

Speaking on Morning Live with Kym Marsh and Gethin Jones, she gushed: “I’m so thrilled and excited to be becoming a member of Homes Under The Hammer, it’s a collection that I‘ve watched for a few years.

“Property and inside design are actual passions of mine, so I’m actually trying ahead to assembly patrons and listening to their plans in addition to becoming a member of what’s a improbable workforce of presenters.”

On retaining the announcement a secret, she admitted: “It was just a little bit [hard to keep it a secret]. But ultimately I did inform my household they usually have been tremendous excited.

She added: “To inform you the reality, it’s considered one of my responsible pleasures – Homes Under the Hammer – it’s a show I watch once I can.”

Homes Under the Hammer airs weekdays at 10am on BBC One.

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