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Watch: Lance Bass’ Renovated Brady Bunch House Personal Tour

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Former *NSYNC star Lance Bass finally has a tour of the renovated Brady Bunch house, he gets his own personal tour. The home that is seen in the iconic sitcom has been redone by HGTV in their show - A Very Brady Renovation - and Bass finally got to see the result.

The famous The Brady Bunch siblings are back and have teamed up with HGTV all-stars to renovate and create a meticulous replication of the Brady Bunch home. Fans have passionately followed the journey, and now HGTV is airing the home's transformation in this highly anticipated series, A Very Brady Renovation. The Brady Bunch sitcom was a sitcom series that revolved around a large blended family with six children; after only airing on ABC for five seasons, it has become one of the quintessential all-American sitcoms ever made. This iconic show, which aired from 1969 to 1974, is getting a reboot - so to speak - by HGTV, but as a renovation show. The show which revolves less around the characters and more the set, aired this month.

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HGTV purchased the world-famous North Hollywood house in 2018 and has taken on a monumental renovation of making it a replica of the original TV home from The Brady Bunch. Former *NSYNC star was outbid by the network when attempting to purchase the home, who's facade served as the exterior of the show. Instead of harboring any negative feelings, Bass was excited to check out the newly renovated set. Bass said, "Now we all remember I almost got this house but I’m super excited HGTV got it because I know it’s in good hands." In a video posted to Instagram on Monday, Bass and his husband Michael Turchin were given an exclusive tour of the home. Bass was so excited he said it felt like it was Christmas morning and their reaction says it all. Bass says the famous line, "Honey, I'm home!" as he enters the Brady house and he and his husband were immediately taken aback to see the identical interior - see their reaction in the post below:

The two began to climb the "iconic staircase" and then they went into Mike Brady's den. Bass couldn't believe what he saw, he said, "It looks so real, it looks fake," and his husband agreed. The two checked out the rest of the house, trying out Jan Brady's bed, saying, "This is one of the happiest days of my life!" Bass was loving the '70's style of the house and thinks the home décor could inspire viewers to design their home in a similar way, he said, "I think this Brady renovation is going to lead to a lot of people embracing the ’70s look again." He ends the short Instagram video explaining that one of the reasons for attempting to buy the iconic house was because he "was afraid of someone getting this house and knocking it down." He was obviously grateful that HGTV saved this historic TV treasure. He said, "HGTV did the right thing. Kudos, HGTV."

Even though Bass was outbid by the network, it seems that the former *NSYNC star harbors no hard feelings after seeing the renovation complete and see it all come full circle. Now that this home has not only been saved but also transformed into a functional and stylish relic of the past, it will always stand as a tribute to the iconic and original American sitcom The Brady Bunch. 

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A Very Brady Renovation airs Mondays at 9pm EST on HGTV.

Source: HGTV

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