SHARON OSBOURNE's New Hollywood Pad Featured In 'Million Dollar Decorators'

Martyn Lawrence-Bullard, interior designer to the stars, is featured in the new Bravo TV series "Million Dollar Decorators", premiering Tuesday, May 31. In the first episode, Lawrence-Bullard tries to complete an apartment for Sharon Osbourne but a miscommunication threatens to cause delays.

Check out a clip from the show below.

In a recent interview with The Futon Critic, Lawrence-Bullard stated about the "Million Dollar Decorators" premiere episode, "Sharon Osbourne needed this emergency apartment because she didn't want to travel every morning to be on the set [of 'The Talk'] at 6 a.m. so she said 'Oh my God, I need to find a place in Hollywood immediately.' So she found this apartment and she originally said she wanted to be in there in two weeks. I thought I had time but then suddenly I got a phone call and she said 'Oh my God! They've moved it all up. I'm flying back from London and I need to move in three days.' The crazy thing is that this literally happened as the TV show started filming; a complete fluke. The producers were like 'We can't believe how great this is!'"


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