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To Jonathan's chagrin, he also threw in plans for a finished basement.
“Your ideas are good, it just makes me sweat," Jonathan tells him.
While she fought to have it tossed out of court, Jonathan, insisted the document was fair and legal.
In the end, the court ruled that the document would be upheld, but also enforced an "amending agreement," which supplemented what Kelsy received.
“HGTV fans have followed Drew and Linda’s relationship over the years and we are all more than ready to see them finally seal the deal and move into a new home,” said John Feld, senior vice president, original programming and production for HGTV, DIY Network and Great American Country.
It’ll feature both of the brothers as they renovate the Los Angeles home in four, one-hour episodes.The brothers do roughly 50 renovations a year, providing over 40 hours of original programming, and are among HGTV's biggest stars. They whip out their i Phones and scroll through color-coded i Cals. Like all their efforts, Do they worry their work and personal lives are too intertwined? ” says Phan.“I will admit that I’m the worst because I will go work, work, work, nonstop,” says Drew.(For comparison, Chip and Joanna Gaines' Gang's all here! “That’s my biggest struggle, to make sure we’re not always talking shop.”will include some wedding prep, but as of August Phan hadn't started shopping for a dress. Even off-camera, the telegenic twins constantly (but good-naturedly) rag on each other.“I just found out that Drew is only giving her 30% of the walk-in closet,” scoffs Jonathan.“My shoes are twice the size of hers! “My clothes hang a lot lower.”Jonathan figures his brother has “180 pairs of shoes in the Vegas house.”With Drew on the move, is Jonathan getting the wedding bug? “Jacinta and I have only been dating for a year and a half. When Drew had this big elaborate proposal planned, the day before he did it we were going to elope just to mess with him.”Drew cocks an eyebrow. Cameras roll as the trio weighs the merits of Bermuda-style grass versus a seaweed hue.“I say we have a seat,” suggests Phan, as the three plunk down on the samples. With construction workers hammering away on the 3,400-square foot historic Hancock Park property, the 39-year-old twins and Phan sit on folding chairs in front of a dirt pit that will become a pool.