If we could choose any celebrity to come over and organise our house (and generally be our BFF), it'd be Khloé Kardashian.
The reality star is known for her obsessive tendencies when it comes to cleaning and decorating.
Indeed, earlier this year she racked up hundreds of thousands of views on a video detailing how to re-create the perfectly stacked cookie jars seen in her kitchen on Keeping Up With The Kardashians.
Now, Khloé has let us into her kitchen again, but this time it's for a root around her fridge. Like a mini-episode of MTV Cribs...
The video, which Khloé teased on Twitter last night with a link to her app, shows the 31-year-old's perfectly ordered refrigerator, filled with everything from nine sticks of butter and five jars of pickles to detox lemon water and chopped fruit.
— Khloé (@khloekardashian) November 11, 2015
But of all the snacks and food, there's one thing we're really coveting – Khloé's designated "bacon holder," to keep those rashers fresh.
The youngest Kardashian sister also gives viewers a few tips on how to arrange their fridge according to how cold things need to be.
"The top shelf is normally used for drinks because the top shelf is where it gets warmest," she says, showing off a shelf full of almond milk ("I don't drink regular milk any more"), Snapple, Gatorade and sparkling water ("I don’t drink Pellegrino and Perrier, but my nieces and nephews do").
Despite her packed fridge, the KUWTK star has become a lot more restrained and mindful in terms of what she eats.
"I was a mindless eater,” says of her younger years in her new book, Strong Looks Better Naked.
"I ate for comfort. I also ate out of boredom and habit. I ate when I was unhappy (which I’m sure many of you can relate to).
"I even ate chips because I love the crunchy sound they make. And I didn’t give much thought to what I was eating, or what I was putting inside my body."
Nowadays, Khloé makes fresh veg, lean protein and water key parts of her diet… but we're still not sure how she resists eating the contents of that bacon holder…