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Unlike some of us who have been wondering what to do with ourselves during the lockdown, Stephen Mulhern has had a very busy year.
The comedian and TV presenter hit our screens in August with his very own game show, Rolling In It, which sees celebrities try to help members of the public win money.
The star has also been continuing with his Saturday night game show In For A Penny, as well as appearing on Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway.
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In the final episode of the Geordie BFF’s show, Stephen dialled in via video call to host his segment and we were afforded a glimpse inside his living room.
The space has a large green sofa which is filled with a wide array of cushions in various colours and patterns, from purple crushed velvet to green striped.
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The room is obviously very large and behind the star we can see he has a built-in shelving unit which is perfect for showcasing trinkets in the form of star sculptures and tea light holders that scatter the light in patterns.
The star has also given us a closer look at the room on his Instagram page, where he hosts segments called “Magic with Mulhern” which sees the 43 year old perform tricks into the camera.
In these snaps we can see that also on display are some Britain's Got Talent Mugs, some mini models of BGT buzzers and a few awards that the presenter has won over his long-spanning career.
However, it isn't just the cosy and luxurious living room that is available for Stephen's 495k followers to look at; the star has also afforded us a peek inside his kitchen.
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In an advert he posted for supermarket Tesco's, and shot via video link with fellow presenter Cat Deeley, we can see that his cabinets are a light mushroom colour and enamelled in gloss.
The Catchphrase host also has a large black kitchen island, perfect for cooking up a storm on.
The floor in the open plan room is wooden, and leads to a seating area complete with a large cosy-looking orange sofa, conveniently placed for collapsing on in food coma!
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