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Christina Haack is one of the most infamous HGTV personalities of all time for a number of reasons, including the success of her home renovation TV shows and her highly publicized personal life. She’s been the star of two successful home renovation TV shows—”Flip or Flop” and “Christina on the Coast.” Plus, her on-screen and off-screen drama with her ex-husband Tarek El Moussa pushed her into the public eye and onto the covers of gossip magazines.
Like Chip and Joanna Gaines and Ty Pennington, Haack is an A-list home improvement celebrity. But unlike the the Gaineses and Pennington, Haack and her popular TV shows have never been topics of discussion on “House Party.” Therefore, with the premiere of the fourth season of “Christina on the Coast,” we thought it was high time to see what all the buzz was about and recap the episode.
Click the player above to hear our no-holds-barred thoughts on Haack’s interior design choices, the most snark-worthy moments of the episode, and much more.
Other topics we discuss:
- Realtor.com celebrity real estate writer Claudine Zap chats with us about why Montecito, CA, is currently the hot haven for A-list celebrities like Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, Oprah, Ariana Grande, and Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom.
- Steven Segal‘s Arizona home is contingent.
- This week’s celebrity real estate winner and loser
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