Published On: Sun, May 2nd, 2021

The former NRL star-turned-landscaper who will appear as a host on Foxtel’s Selling Homes Australia 

REVEALED: Meet the former NRL star-turned-landscaper who will appear as a host and garden guru on Foxtel’s new season of Selling Homes Australia

 Selling Houses Australia has announced a new lineup of hosts for its 14th season.

Set to air in 2022, Foxtel have replaced both Charlie Albone and Shaynna Blaze with an former AFL star and a former House Rules judge.

Gold Logie-nominated presenter Andrew Winter unveiled his newest co-stars in an Instagram video on Sunday morning.

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REVEALED: Meet the former NRL star-turned-landscaper (Dennis Scott) who will appear as a host and garden guru on Foxtel’s new season of Selling Homes Australia. Pictured in 2003

Presenter and professional real estate agent Andrew, 53, has been on the show since it began in 2008, along with his former co-stars Charlie, 39, and Shaynna, 58.

Interior designer and The Block’s resident judge Shaynna announced in March 2021 she would be leaving Selling Houses Australia after more than a decade on the lifestyle program.

At the time it was speculated she would be replaced on the show by former House Rules judge Wendy Moore, 49.

Wendy, who is the general manager of Foxtel’s Lifestyle division, was finally confirmed in the new role on Sunday. 

OLD team: Gold Logie-nominated presenter Andrew Winter appeared on the first 13 seasons of Selling Houses Australia (2008-2020) with Charlie Albone and Shaynna Blaze. All pictured

OLD team: Gold Logie-nominated presenter Andrew Winter appeared on the first 13 seasons of Selling Houses Australia (2008-2020) with Charlie Albone and Shaynna Blaze. All pictured

NEW team: Professional real estate agent Andrew (middle) will be joined in the 14th season by former House Rules judge Wendy Moore (left) and former NRL player-turned-landscape gardener Dennis Scott (right)

NEW team: Professional real estate agent Andrew (middle) will be joined in the 14th season by former House Rules judge Wendy Moore (left) and former NRL player-turned-landscape gardener Dennis Scott (right)

While Shaynna’s exit came after landscape designer Charlie’s decision to leave the series.

In February 2020, Charlie revealed he would be joining Better Homes and Gardens, and a casting call was announced for a new landscaper to replace him. 

The Sunday announcement finally announced Charlie’s replacement as former NRL player-turned-landscape gardener Dennis Scott, 44.

Dennis played in the 1990s and 2000s for the Melbourne Storm, Canterbury Bulldogs and the Brisbane Broncos.

New host: Former House Rules judge Wendy Moore (pictured) will replace Shaynna Blaze on Selling Houses Australia in 2022

New host: Former House Rules judge Wendy Moore (pictured) will replace Shaynna Blaze on Selling Houses Australia in 2022

Quit: Shaynna announced her departure from Selling Houses Australia in March. Pictured on Channel Nine's The Block

Quit: Shaynna announced her departure from Selling Houses Australia in March. Pictured on Channel Nine’s The Block

Dennis, who owns Lush Landscape Solutions in Brisbane, told News.com.au he looks forward to joining the show. 

While hesitant at first to put his hat into the ring, he said: ‘I never want to look back and go ‘What if?’ and I want to try and set an example for my daughters. You’ve just got to have a go. So here I am.’

According to the publication, the new trio will be begin filming for season 14 this month ahead of its 2022 air date. 

Coming soon: According to the publication, the new trio will be begin filming for season 14 this month ahead of its 2022 air date

Coming soon: According to the publication, the new trio will be begin filming for season 14 this month ahead of its 2022 air date

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