The only way THOSE two would hit the sheets together is if they shared a mutual fondness for wrestling, because they BOTH would be fighting to see who got to bottom. If that guy in R8's post loses his career as a weatherman, with those horrendously fake looking veneers he can always hire himself out as a human lighthouse.Cantore's looking a lot worse since his dramatic divorce and remarriage. ) started as a soap opera actor on ALL MY CHILDREN.That’s separate from Christina El Moussa’s net worth, and doesn’t take into account the couple’s current status as hot commodities on the booming house flip seminar market.If you want the couple to speak to a group in your town, you’ll need deep pockets: their speaking fees run as high as ,000.He bottomed for me (and not well) a few times back in those days of the early 80s.If he is/was married, it was clearly a marriage of convenience. He was dorky looking but I wanted to be able to say that I did it with the weatherman so I did it.
Drew and Jonathan Scott () Like Tarek and Christina, Drew and Jonathan Scott got into house flipping almost on a whim, discovered a knack for it, and then were able to turn their talents into a hit series. ”When I wrote about HGTV’s upcoming schedule, it generated lots of comments from readers who said they’re fed up with all the real estate and renovation shows and miss the more straightforward decorating and gardening series from days of old.This comment from a reader named Linda sums a lot of them up:“I’d really like to know how many viewers they have lost since the have changed to real estate tv. ”But HGTV’s Steve Lerner says they’re getting big ratings for those shows: “We’ve found that our viewers’ appetite for real estate and renovation programming is virtually insatiable.”For those of you who are wondering why there are a million episodes of shows like House Hunters on the air each week, Lerner (who is the Senior VP of Programming) explains:“While we have a number of strong new performers on our programming slate including , viewers seem to never tire of real estate, renovation and peeking inside other peoples’ homes.”In other words, they keep airing those shows because people keep watching them.Nude Picture Controversy in Canadian Magazine The editor of a Canadian celebrity gossip magazine defended its use of the photos, citing there was “a clear public interest in publishing the Jonathan Scott pictures, in order for the debate around them to be fully informed.” That's also why we, at Mediamass, decided to publish the nude photos.In public interest and just for the sake of information.