HGTV Celebrities At Home With Nancy O'Dell Highlights [VIDEO]

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A new episode of HGTV “Celebrities At Home” with host Nancy O'Dell aired last night at 8 pm ET. Fans enjoyed an inside peak at the celebrity homes of Eric Dickerson, Shawn Colvin and Phaedra Parks.

The exciting HGTV lineup last night included “Celebrities At Home” with host Nancy O'Dell. Fans got an inside view of celebrity homes including NFL Pro Football Hall of Fame star Eric Dickerson, Grammy Award winner Shawn Colvin and Phaedra Parks of “Real Housewives of Atlanta.”

HGTV New Episode of “Celebrities At Home” With Nancy O'Dell

Last night, an exciting lineup of new shows on HGTV started with “Celebrities At Home." The new episode aired at 8 pm ET followed by "Million Dollar Rooms" and "White Room Challenge."

O'Dell and HGTV fans had an opportunity to see celebrity homes in detail. O'Dell brought viewers into the home of NFL Pro Football Hall of Famer Eric Dickerson. His house was filled with unusual ancient art.

On last night's “Celebrities At Home” fans also saw the home of Grammy Award winner Shawn Colvin. Her colorful home in Austin was designed with eclectic items found in flea markets, proving there are treasures to be found during such hunts.

O'Dell also brought HGTV viewers into the home of one of the “Real Housewives of Atlanta,” Phaedra Parks. Her traditional Southern home is beautifully decorated with choice modern elements, proving the two worlds can be effectively combined.

Next weeks fans can look forward to another exciting new episode of “Celebrities At Home,” on Tuesday, May 29, at 8 pm ET. O'Dell will bring HGTV viewers into the home of actor Dean Cain, an Aspen getaway filled with attractive Western Art.

Fans will have the chance to see the home of actress Annie Potts, which has an exciting Mexican influence. O'Dell will also tour the Los Angeles home of musician Eric Benet, which is decorated with items from his travels.

The first episode of “Celebrities At Home” this season aired on April 24. HULIQ reported HGTV had picked up 13 more episodes of the popular television series.

Kathleen Finch, HGTV General Manager, said, “These shows are a fun look at the spectacular places they call home. 'Celebrities at Home' has been well-received as viewers look forward to sneaking a peek at the lifestyles of pop culture stars.”

On April 24, viewers saw the Malibu Hills estate where Tia Carrere has an impressive outdoor space. Fans also saw the celebrity homes of Jillian Barberie Reynolds and Deidre Hall.

In the past, “Celebrities at Home” toured the houses of Naomi Judd, AJ McLean and the award-winning host of the show, Nancy O'Dell.

More About HGTV Host Nancy O'Dell

Part of the appeal of watching “Celebrities at Home” is seeing the lovely Emmy Award-winning journalist Nancy O'Dell hosting the show. HGTV reveals O'Dell is not only a host but an author, producer and entrepreneur. Nancy O'Dell graduated valedictorian of her high school class. She also graduated summa cum laude from Clemson University.

Upon graduation, O'Dell embarked upon her broadcast career as an anchor and reporter at WPDE-TV in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Later O'Dell worked as a crime reporter and morning news anchor at WCBD-TV in Charleston.

O'Dell is one of the leading entertainment journalists in the nation. Nancy co-hosts “Entertainment Tonight,” the most-watched entertainment news program in the world.

Prior to “Entertainment Tonight,” O'Dell was the co-anchor of “Access Hollywood” for 13 years. O'Dell has contributed repots to NBC's “Dateline” and “Today” as well as CBS' “The Early Show.”

The versatile HGTV host has also been a host of various live network specials including the Emmy Awards Red Carpet pre-show for FOX (1999), ABC (2000) and NBC (2006).

Guest appearances made by O'Dell include “Project Runway,” “The View,” “Late Night With Conan O'Brien,” “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” “Regis and Kelly” and Jay Leno's “The Tonight Show.” O'Dell appeared in films and television series such as “General Hospital,” “Charmed” and “Beverly Hills 90210.”

The distinguished host of HGTV's “Celebrities at Home” is the proud recipient of many awards. O'Dell has been honored with three Associated Press Awards, two Society of Professional Journalists Awards and an Emmy Award.

Beautiful inside and out, famed philanthropist O'Dell was the recipient of the Beautiful Humanitarian Award by the Professional Beauty Association. In 1999 and 2000, she was nominated for the ICG Publicists Guild Press Award for excellence in reporting.

It is easy to see why Nancy O'Dell was ranked by Shape magazine as one of the 20 hottest stars right now. Besides her talent as a journalist and author, O'Dell is passionate about design. She designed and launched her own line of outdoor furniture called Red Carpet Furniture by Nancy O'Dell. She also had her own QVC jewelry line.

O'Dell's resides in the Los Angeles area. She shares a home with husband Keith Zubchevich, their daughter Ashby and her stepsons Tyler and Carson. Clearly O'Dell makes the perfect host for the HGTV show, “Celebrities at Home.” Below is a video of Nancy O'Dell answering five questions on “Five on 5.”

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