My Lottery Dream Home has grown immensely since its debut on HGTV in 2015.
"Honestly, none of us thought it was going to last, so it was a concept, and then all of a sudden it just started taking off and just taking off, and I was like, 'This is so weird.' I literally cannot leave my house without someone recognizing me," David Bromstad said.
On the show, lottery winners team up with Bromstad and hunt for their dream home. Whether it's a mansion in the suburbs or a sleek condo in the city, Bromstad is there to help them find the one.
"One, it's a feel-good show, and two, it's a fantasy show because we're not showing massive houses, so people will actually think they can win the lottery. Most of our winners are a million bucks. That's attainable for people. People are like, 'I can win a million bucks. I can do that.' It's not a matter of if they're going to win. It's a matter of when they're going to win now."
Bromstad, known for winning the first season of HGTV's Design Star, takes on a new role as house hunting extraordinaire.
"I thought I would be more famous for doing my interior design, and I did very well there, but now I'm the house guy. Now I'm the lottery guy, and it's pretty cool. I love it."
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