Remember how clean the Huxtable brownstone was? Apparently Tempestt "Vanessa Huxtable" Bledsoe knows a thing or two about tidy homes: The actress has signed on to host Style Network's "Clean House."
Bledsoe replaces Niecy Nash, who had previously hosted the long-running show. The new episodes featuring Bledsoe debut on Jan. 26 at 10 p.m.
"Clean House" centers on cluttered households that look to clean up their mess.
"Tempestt brings new attitude and comedic style to Clean House," said Renee Simon, Vice President of Current Programming for Style.
Beyond "The Cosby Show," Bledsoe also hosted the short-lived Columbia Tri-Star syndie gabber "Tempestt." Most recently, Bledsoe appeared on Fox Reality Channel's "Househusbands of Hollywood" alongside hubby Darryl M. Bell, who starred on "Cosby Show" spinoff "A Different World."
"Clean House" also features "yard sale diva" Trish Suhr, interior designer Mark Brunetz and "go-to guy" Matt Iseman, who help selected families clean out their homes.