Rock The Block Season 2 Will Feature Some Fan-Favorite HGTV Stars

Fans of HGTV's Avengers-style team-up competition show Rock the Block have been waiting anxiously, for months, on news about whether season 2 is still happening. Hidden Potential's Jasmine Roth walked away with the win first time around, after her stunning home design was appraised at a massive $1,020,000 ($15,000 above her closest competitor, Good Bones star Mina Starsiak). Although appearing on the show was a challenging experience for all involved, Rock the Block was also an incredibly empowering, hugely entertaining method of showcasing the talents of four super-impressive women.

Last we heard, Roth was eager to return, enthusing in an interview with Pop Culture that she'd even be willing to take on the First Lady of HGTV herself, Joanna Gaines. Unfortunately, the Fixer Upper star is busy building her business empire elsewhere so she won't be turning up on season 2. But, there are eight other participants we can get excited to watch when Rock the Block returns for another round of high-stakes, high-drama competitive home renovation shenanigans.

Here are the HGTV fan favorites who will do battle on Rock the Block season 2

TV Series Finale reports that HGTV confirmed in a press release who will be taking part in the show's sophomore season. Four teams of two will compete to transform a selection of identical three-story properties into an interior designer's dream in just one month. They consist of Mike Holmes, of Holmes On Homes, and Alison Victoria of Windy City Rehab, Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent, stars of Nate and Jeremiah: Save My House; David Bromstad (My Lottery Dream Home) and Tiffany Brooks (50K Three Ways); and 100 Day Dream Home stars Brian and Mika Kleinschmidt. Rock the Block will premiere on HGTV in early 2021.

Home renovation hero Ty Pennington is set to host the show, responding to an Instagram announcement with a comment noting, "Whoop! Can't wait!" As the press release advised, "With a $225,000 budget and a whole lot of teamwork, the dueling duos hope to win major bragging rights and their names on a street sign." HGTV president Jane Latman enthused that fans can, "Expect to see impressive displays of strategy, creativity and incredible designs from these top stars." She also promised, "bold build and design challenges; in-show surprises; and appearances from special guest judges."