NEW YORK -- DIY Network is asking its fans to choose the country's worst DIYer. Now through Monday, Oct. 3, viewers can log on to www.DIYNetwork.com and vote on the top 10 worst DIYers. Then, just three days later on Thursday, Oct. 6 at 9 p.m. ET, the results will be revealed during the one-hour special America's 10 Worst DIYers on DIY Network.
Log on to www.DIYNetwork.com or tune in to the special to watch as the candidates attempt any number of exceptionally unsafe and totally ridiculous renovation "techniques" that are sure to evoke fear and hysteria in the hearts of America's most tough-natured contractors and average viewers alike. When the tears have dried, the injuries have been treated, the sparks have burned out, and the drywall dust has settled, DIY Network will crown one lucky - or rather "unlucky" - renovator "America's Worst DIYer."
Meet the Nominees And Vote
Online users can take a look at the following pitiful projects done by ill-prepared homeowners, then vote for the one they think is the most pathetic. Each website user will be able to vote up to 10 times per day for their favorite entry:
"Chemical Spill" - Matt Martin (Knoxville, Tenn.)
"Can't Read Directions" - Vicki Teed (Swartz Creek, Mich.)
"Mix With Water" - Kelvin Wiebe (Chelmsford, Mass.)
"Moans and Groans" - Jeff Autenrieth (Worcester, Mass.)
"Renovation Cemetery" - Barbara Morris (Dallas, Texas)
"Whiney Baby" - Tim Lucas (Knoxville, Tenn.)
"Wear Protection" - Frank Saslow (Oxnard, Calif.)
"Danger! High Voltage" - Josh Hissong (Spokane, Wash.)
"Elbow Sweat" - Ben Schwartz (Humble, Texas)
"Recipe for Disaster" - Bruce Bogartz (Knoxville, Tenn.)