David Hasselhoff, Gene Simmons and Debbie Gibson among celebrities opening up their homes to give up their most prized possessions for charity
Lifetime's new series is ransacking celebrity homes, taking their prized possessions and auctioning them off to charity on its new series, “Celebrity Home Raiders.”
Created and executive produced by ‘NSYNC's Lance Bass, the series is hosted by Access Hollywood co-host Kit Hoover.
Premiering Thursday, March 6 at 10/9c, each half-hour episode features auctioneers Darren Julien and Martin Nolan from Julien's Auctions help sort through the stars’ homes and reminisce about their favorite keepsakes before ripping it away from them… for charity.
KISS's Gene Simmons and his family, “Baywatch” star David Hasselhoff, and '80s pop princess Debbie Gibson, are among the show's celebrity participants. Potential items up for auction include Hasselhoff's replica of KITT from “Knight Rider” and Simmon's Axe guitar.
Alongside Bass, the series is executive produced by Liz Gateley and Tony DiSanto of DiGa Vision (“Teen Wolf”), Brent Montgomery, David George and Matthew J. Braley for Leftfield Pictures (“Pawn Stars”) and Mary Donahue and Paul Hardy for Lifetime. Augi Jakovac serves as co-executive producer.
See the list of celebrity participants and their charities below:
– David Cassidy benefiting Alzheimer's Association of America
– David Hasselhoff benefiting Starlight Foundation
– Debbie Gibson benefiting Children International
– Fran Drescher benefiting Cancer Schmancer
– Ice T & Coco benefiting The Long Island Bulldog Rescue Group
– Lance Bass benefiting The Trevor Project
– Rick Harrison benefiting Voice Health Institute
– Simmons Family benefiting Sophie's Place Center for Abused Children