SILVER SPRING, Md., March 13 /PRNewswire/ -- What do Natalie Maines, Andy Dick and Sara Rue, Jessica Biel and the "7th Heaven" gang all have in common? All agreed to get in on the fun of TLC's TRADING SPACES! It's a first-ever triple-play as TLC airs three celebrity episodes on a special night -- Sunday, April 13 starting at 8 p.m. (ET/PT) with re-air to follow on Saturday, April 19 from 8-10 p.m. (ET/PT). If you missed it the first time it aired, here's your chance to see Natalie Maines of the multi-Grammy winning Dixie Chicks team up with designer Hildi Santo-Tomas to tackle Natalie's Mom's sewing room. Designer Vern Yip works with Tina Maines, Natalie's mom and Natalie's sister, Kim Maguire, to redo the country music star's multipurpose room. See why this is one of TRADING SPACES' highest-rated episodes ever! This kicks off the three-hour celebrity marathon at 8 p.m. ET/PT. Join Andy Dick and Sara Rue, the more-than-perfect stars of the ABC sitcom "Less Than Perfect," as they Trade Spaces at 9 p.m. (ET/PT). Madness will ensue as funnyman Andy Dick teams up with designer Genevieve Gorder as they work with Andy's friend Lacey Livingston to design a new home office for Sara. Designer Vern will be cooking up ideas with Sara and her husband Mischa Livingstone to update Andy's kitchen. Tune in to see what's sure to be one of the wildest reveals yet! With the combination of the ever-unpredictable Andy Dick, the madness of carpenter Ty Pennington and only 48 hours expect the unexpected! At 10 p.m. (ET/PT), TLC will feature the third celebrity episode with "7th Heaven" stars George and Geoff Stults along with Beverly Mitchell and former "7th Heaven" star, the enchanting Jessica Biel. It's a family affair as the WB stars swap spaces. Real-life brothers George and Geoff Stults will see if their on-screen love for Jessica Biel and Beverly Mitchell can translate into happiness in the home. Helping the Stults brothers will be designer Hildi Santo Tomas as they work their magic in Beverly's space, while designer Frank Bielec joins Jessica and Beverly to transform the boys' bachelor pad. Will sparks fly between carpenter Amy Wynn Pastor's circular saw and the handsome Hollywood hunks? Heaven will never be the same after TRADING SPACES. Each episode of TRADING SPACES provides two neighbors with a professional designer, a carpenter, a $1,000 budget and just 48 hours to redo a room of their choice. But there's a catch -- they have to switch houses and have little say in the transformation of each other's room. The end result may be to the joy or dismay of their neighbors. The highly-rated and Emmy-nominated program has become the Number One regularly scheduled primetime ad-supported cable program and continues to make its mark on the television programming landscape. Millions of viewers tune in to see how with a little help, imagination, time and money, everyday participants are challenged to make major decorating differences. TRADING SPACES airs weekdays from 4-5 p.m., Saturdays and Sundays from Noon - 1 p.m. with primetime premieres on Saturdays at 9 p.m. (all times are ET/PT). TRADING SPACES is co-produced by TLC and Banyan Productions. Kathy Davidov is executive producer for TLC. Denise Cramsey is executive producer for Banyan. TRADING SPACES: Celebrity Night is sponsored in part by the Eastman Kodak Company, MasterCard and Subaru. TLC is the only television network that uses real-life storytelling to connect viewers to the breadth of the human experience, reaching more than 84 million homes in the United States and 6.8 million homes in Canada. Discovery Networks, U.S., a unit of Discovery Communications Inc., operates and manages the Discovery Channel, TLC, Animal Planet, the Travel Channel, Discovery Health Channel, Discovery Kids and a family of newer, targeted channels. The unit also distributes BBC America. Visit TLC on the web by going to http://www.discovery.com and clicking on TLC.