Chip and Joanna Gaines have settled with the EPA over improperly removing lead-based paint that may have been in homes they renovated on "Fixer Upper."
After Christina and Tarek El Moussa separated and then divorced, many fans wondered if this meant the end of “Flip or Flop.” It turns out the two pros still have a knack for working together.
The end of an era for HGTV came on Tuesday night when the series finale of Fixer Upper aired, and fans are distraught that they won’t be able to get their Chip and Joanna Gaines fix on television any longer. HGTV aired the final episode of ‘Fixer Upper’ on Wednesday night. Just before the last episode aired, Joanna took to Twitter to post a set of then-and-now photos to show parallels between the pilot episode and the series finale.
Joanna and Chip Gaines, a husband-and-wife team and stars of HGTV’s Fixer Upper, have launched a lifestyle magazine popular with millennials.
“I stopped the TV, rewound it, watched a few more episodes, and I’m like, there’s definitely something there, I need to get the message to him.” El Moussa had been to the doctor who told him nothing was wrong, but said that receiving a note from Read was the push he needed to get a second opinion — a decision that saved his life. El Moussa was diagnosed with thyroid cancer that had spread to his lymph nodes, and underwent thyroid radioactive iodine therapy immediately after. Thyroid cancer isn’t common in the United States, according to the Mayo Clinic, but rates of the cancer are increasing — possibly because of new technology that allows for earlier detection.