HGTV’s Fixer Upper is experiencing success on a scale brand-new to the network, and the show’s popularity definitely affects the lives of the families featured every week. In fact, having their house become a magnet for Waco-bound tourists has proved to be too much for a few Fixer Upper couples, who’ve either put their Chip and Joanna specials up for rent or moved out of town entirely.
New episodes of Fixer Upper‘s current season may still be airing, but the work never stops for Chip and Joanna Gaines. The first family of HGTV recently announced they’ve resumed filming for the show, and teased the Fixer Upper Season 5 release date along with a preview of what fans might be able to see when the next season airs. Read on for a full breakdown, including an announcement from Chip suggesting something even bigger than houses might be in store…
Fixer Upper scandal, Flip or Flop divorce rumors mark unexpected reality TV turn for HGTV’s powerhouses
HGTV’s shows are normally a bedrock of good vibes and chill presenters, but the Fixer Upper scandal and Flip or Flop divorce controversy have both rocked the network in consecutive weeks. HGTV’s public statements on the matter offer a picture of calm, though their lack of detail has sometimes left fans wondering what’s really going on behind the scenes. Keep reading for the latest on both stories…
It’s an extraordinarily busy and fruitful time for everyone associated with HGTV smash hit Fixer Upper, and the Chip and Joanna Gaines net worth question is more prominent than ever. Thanks to a vast and expanding business empire and a home base in Waco that draws literally tens of thousands of visitors per week, the show’s stars are counting more than just their blessings of late.
The first Fixer Upper controversy in the show’s four-year history continues to swell, as the head of Chip and Joanna Gaines’ church has addressed his remarks regarding homosexuality, gay marriage, and conversion therapy practices. Pastor Jimmy Seibert talked about himself, his church, and the Gaines’ membership in a brand-new interview; keep reading for his thoughts on the continuing issue.
Fixer Upper Season 4 may have just gotten started, but an unexpected controversy is what many fans are talking about. According to a new report, Chip and Joanna Gaines are members of a megachurch whose pastor is an ardent advocate of conversion therapy for homosexuality.
A series of sales by former Fixer Upper homeowners has given rise to a once-unthinkable question: Are the Fixer Upper clients happy? However, it isn’t an issue with the quality of Joanna and Chip’s work that has some families packing up and heading out for new digs. Read on to find out more about the surprise problem, and to learn about the Gainses’ newest endeavor: Magnolia Realty!
Thanks to the overwhelming popularity and huge success of the Fixer Upper crew’s annual Silobration, it looks like Chip and Joanna are angling to get the Magnolia Silos events calendar a little bit more crowded. And what better time of year for a big Fixer Upper-themed festival than the Christmas holidays? Well, starting this year, you and yours can head on down to Waco and celebrate Christmas at the Silos! Read on for all the details!