'Vanilla Ice Goes Amish,' 'Bronson Pinchot Saves America' and more renovation projects announced on DIY

vanilla-ice-goes-amish.jpgDIY, the do-it-yourself network that features a myriad of home improvement shows, has announced four new series featuring celebrities who enjoy renovating and restoring homes.

"Vanilla Ice Goes Amish" will show the former early-90s rapper learning about home building from skilled Amish craftsmen. There will be no power tools and no music, just sweat and hard work as Vanilla Ice builds a barn on the largest Amish settlement in the U.S. in Holmes County, Ohio.

Rev. Run, of hip-hop group Run DMC, will be renovating his 9000-square foot home for "The Rev. Run Project." The rapper will give his mansion a facelift, including adding an indoor pool with the help of his wife, Justine, and their three children.

Bronson Pinchot is getting a spinoff from "The Bronson Pinchot Project" in "Bronson Pinchot Saves America," where the former "Perfect Strangers" star and his sidekick Mikey travel the U.S. looking for artifacts that they can save from demolition.

Finally, Daryl Hall, of musical duo Hall & Oates, will debut "The Daryl Hall Project," where he restores a historical Connecticut farmhouse built by a widowed sea captain. He'll work hard to marry historical accuracy with modern touches and smalltown regulations.

Are you excited to see some of your favorite celebs' new home improvement shows?
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