Tuesday, May 28, 2019

Blind Item #7

This A+ list HGTV star is about to have one of the guys she cheated on her husband with a few years ago tell his story to a tabloid for a nice little check.

37 comments:

Brayson87 said...

Oh oh I love the HGTV stars! ;)

Tricia13 said...

Lol.. That Christina El Moussa?

melissa said...

christine antward

Rachel said...

Cristina / Tarek El Moussa would be my guess

Moose said...

A+ sounds more like Joanna Gaines.

herbert arnold said...

hgtv star? it has to be beth the oaf stern.

Frank Reynolds said...

Joanna Gaines? This would be crazy.

Drewholtaus said...

Turnabout is fair play. Must be a gaines open marriage, enty had an iten of chris hooking up with a college girl at his private offices

Flashy Vic said...

What the hell is HGTV? Is it something to do with truck driving or something?

molly said...

flashy vic...Love it!......bet you haven't heard of the new open concept where the builders don't have to erect walls then....trying to push for bathrooms too. Don't think that will go over.

sandybrook said...

Home and Garden TV

Flashy Vic said...

Thanks, Sandy, Molly.

I feared it might be something far worse.

Brayson87 said...

Forget all that bullsh!t, the greatest shows HGTV ever had were Decorating Cents (Joan Steffand), Holmes on Homes (Mike Holmes), and Design on a Dime (w/ Kristan Cunningham, Casey Noble never seemed legit).

The thrill of Decorating Cents wasn't just the great designers, it was also what a passive aggressive bitch the host Joan Steffand was to everyone. The backhanded compliments and little mean comments were enough to have both the designers and the families giving her the side eye, occasionally snipping back at her. The heckling opportunities alone made each episode a pleasure.

Holmes on Homes was a horror show that taught us that every house is a potential money pit if not health hazard, that many contractors are completely incompetent and that whatever you do, for the love of whatever deity you believe in, hire a licensed, respected and trustworthy home inspector. You will see beautiful house after beautiful house revealed to be a complete piece of garbage because someone did some sh!tty renovation/improvement/repairs that the home inspector completely missed. On a side note, after a few episodes you will learn how to destroy any home's value in 15min with just a tool box and access to the basement or other areas, no fire necessary. Nothing but playing with the plumbing or maybe something structural if you're ambitious.

Design on a Dime taught us that overpriced imported or modern furniture and other home furnishings are completely worthless. Go check a website or catalog, it's pure pornography except the customer is the one being f*cked. Convincing knock-offs are easy to make with cheap base furniture, some fabric and or paint/stain at Kmart prices. And those luxury decorative items actually take as much time to duplicate with everyday items as it takes the factory to crank out the "unique" originals. Oh and if you really want to see how worthless your new furniture is just look at the backing or turn it upsidedown to the see the real quality of construction.

Unknown said...

Def. Christina. What a bitch

Jon said...

Why would you do something so hurtful just for a check. So fucking gross.

Flashy Vic said...

@Brayson.

We had one over here I liked years ago, Changing Rooms.

Some sucke.....I mean, homeowner would give a couple of rooms over to some resident "designers" the most infamous of whom was a fop called Laurence Llewellyn-Bowen, who looked like a King Charles Spaniel dressed as Austin Powers.

After the home owners gave the design team a carefully prepared list of dos and don'ts, what features to leave untouched and what colours to avoid...etc,the designers would promptly use the list to wipe their arses after their next dump and infest the place with all the delicacy and taste of a trailer park full of drunken Turkish man whores.

Honestly some of the stuff was so gaudy and clashing that Huggy Bear would throw up if it was his apartment.


Being Britain and usually middle class, middle aged, middle Englanders, only rarely would the homeowners, on seeing their beautiful living spaces destroyed apparently by hyper active five year olds with a glitter fetish, display anything other than deep breathtaking stoic hypocrisy, insisting that that's exactly the way they dreamed it would turn out, even though they remember really, really insisting that they had an aversion to purple and green diagonal stripes, yes it definitely was on their list....but that's fine, no, it's ok... gulp, sob..okay, really its fine, it's lovely, much better than...I...I...thought it would be, it's growing on me already, honest, it's nice.

Only twitching embittered eyes would give away the repressed rage and misery as they calculated how much it was going to cost to get everything put right again starting ten seconds after the camera crews leaves.

Though very occasionally there would be someone who couldn't hold back - usually if they were in Yorkshire or Scotland - & they'd damn the eyes of the accursed designers, nearly hurling paint cans and wallpapering tables at the hurriedly departing design team who would be leaving in a panicked flurry of lace cuffs and velvet jackets.

Brayson87 said...

@Flashy Vic, Sounds like Trading Spaces over here. I think they edited the tantrums out, but there was definitely some crying that was not happy crying. It was one designer per room and viewers quickly learned which designers they never wanted to do their room. Looking at you Hildi Santo-Tomas.

I think Vern was the favorite designer, followed by Genevieve. The others were good but hit-or-miss.

Amy said...

The only A plus star is Joanna.

420 Friendly said...

Omg!! Huggy Bear! Lol anyone else remember him from Starsky & Hutch or am I old as dirt? Lol

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Queen Bee said...

@Brayson!! I'm SO down with Holmes on Homes!! I loved that show, his kids have a show they do with him now, that I love.

As an answer to this blind, I have to say Christina El Moussa. I think she's great, but I could see her cheating on Tarek. I can't see Joanna cheating, but maybe that's why the paycheck was so big?!

Vita said...

I think this is about Joanna, too, bc of all of the constant PR of five child wedded bliss on top of working together.


I love the Changing Rooms/Trading Spaces talk! I was obsessed! There have been some new episodes, but they haven't had quite that old magic.

Meme said...

Brayson87, remember that dining room painted black and decorated with hard boiled eggs? That was the stuff of nightmares.

Mischief Girl said...

Agree with Amy: The only A+ HGTV star is Joanna Gaines.

I love Chip and Joanna's schtick. If it's all fake, whatever, it makes for a fun show. Now if she could only design a kitchen that wasn't all white, didn't have a farmer's sink, didn't have a water filler above the stove, and didn't have a large center island. She does the same thing over and over and over again.

Gator said...

Christina the Lisper...not to mention famewhore, as well. I hope this is true, she's insufferable.

M said...

Don't forget the shiplap.

Brayson87 said...

@Queen Bee, Yes he's had a number of great shows, he's always breaking out that telescoping ladder haha. But yeah you watch enough episodes next thing you know you're noticing all the things that aren't up to code in your friends' houses. 😅

Brayson87 said...

@Meme, My favorite was when they wallpapered a room's walls and ceiling with brown cardboard, like from boxes. I have no idea how that wasn't a fire hazard. And they used construction adhesive so the family would basically need to rip out the drywall to get rid of it. To complete the theme they filled the room with disposable cardboard furniture. 😂

SW said...

Christina seems more likely than Joanna here. Maybe that’s what started the whole “I went on a walk with a gun in case I ran into a mountain lion” fight. Mountain lion is code for guy she was sleeping with?

RobertaJoan said...

I haven't laughed this hard ever on this site. You guys are hilarious!!

Jack Rabbit said...

Definitely Christina. She has a new reality show launching (like anyone gives a shit about her, her search for a new house, etc) so this would be an unfortunate time for a story about what a whore she is/was.

rabbit said...

Flashy Vic and Brayson, both of you hilarious!!
Your comments are priceless!

Thot Crimes said...

Every episode of Starky & Hutch was the same.

1) The crime is committed.
2) S&H investigate for 50 minutes, with no results and give up.
3) They go ask Hugger Bear then make the arrest.

If they just went and asked Huggy Bear first, they'd save a lot of time, and solve a lot more crimes, but the show would be over in 10 minutes.

Aoife said...

This is obviously Christina. The contractor she's with now isn't the one they said she cheated with the first time.

Cautionary tale about getting serious too young.

I loved the old HGTV that was actually about houses and gardening. That said watch enough House Hunters Renovation shows (I miss Holmes) and the tiny woman on DIY network who also renovates houses and you won't fall for the shiny new object the flipper/home seller is showing you ever again.

Sd Auntie said...

House hunters is the best.

Boots said...

Christina, fake big veneers, fake boobs, fake nails, fake hair, fake tan. and everything they do is grey!

HouellebecqGurl said...

Is HGTV the House Hunters network? I've seen that show a couple of times, maybe 8 or 9 yrs ago? It was mostly wealthy Boomers wasting their kid's inheritance on bullshit.

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