ESSEX superstar Stacey Solomon has insisted there is a "real sense of satisfaction after every cleaning odyssey" ahead of the third season of her hit BBC Show.

Sort Your Life Out is returning for its third season this month, centring on Stacey and her team of experts turning homes across the UK upside down in a bid to transform them from hoarder-horrors to organised havens.

Over seven days, each family’s possessions are sorted and culled, while the team clean, upcycle, craft and organise the space and its belongings to create a home that is liveable and aesthetically-pleasing.

Stacey, who lives in Essex with her partner Joe Swash and their children, said: “I definitely feel a sense of achievement.

“It’s a real sense of pride because every single person – the team, myself, Dilly, Iwan, Rob, but also all of the runners, the producers, everyone involved – we get so invested in the families and we care so much and the project then becomes our project.

“And it’s a huge, huge sense of pride when we get to the end of it and everyone has mucked in and gone above and beyond.”

“I’m not just doing this because I want to be on telly, we genuinely love our families and want to make a difference in their lives.”

Stacey, a singer and TV presenter is best known as a panellist on ITV's talk show Loose Woman and I'm A Celebrity ... Get Me Out of Here winner, insisted she has "unreserved" respect for the families that appear on Sort Your Life Out.

She added: "For them to be brave enough and open enough to let us into their house and then let the whole British public see that as well is such a gift to us, so we want to honour that as much as we can.”

“You’ve got to be really brave,” to appear on the programme, Solomon reflects. Particularly, she says, as “people are judgey”.

“There are a number of reasons that people get into positions like that,” she adds. “The biggest main reason from my experience will be related to their mental health and either a significant event that’s happened in their lives or a part of their personality.

“Once someone gets in a situation where it feels unmanageable and then they look around and everything’s very anxiety-inducing, then there’s nowhere for them to go because I think they are ashamed and embarrassed and they don’t know who to talk to."

Sort Your Life Out returns to BBC One on Thursday at 8.00pm.