Famed inventor of ‘The Dube’ and former professional footballer Dion Dublin is to join BBC daytime show Homes Under The Hammer.
The 45-year-old former England international, who has ventured into the musical cardboard box business in retirement, revealed he took the new gig because of his undying love for property.
“I am thrilled to be joining Martin and Lucy on Homes Under The Hammer. I have a passion for property and look forward to meeting people on the show who share that passion,” said Dublin.
He will join presenters Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander for the 19th season of the programme, in what promises to be one of the most highly anticipated Homes Under The Hammer series since its inception.