Say it ain't so!
Gossip first arose earlier this month that the foursome were fighting when Drew and Jonathan revealed Chip and Joanna were asked to appear on an episode of the twins' spin-off show, Brother Vs. Brother, but declined the opportunity.
But, in a new interview with Fox News, the siblings confirmed there's no beef between the Scotts and the Gainses.
"We’re one big family, which is why we love bringing [fellow HGTV stars] in to judge us on [Brother Vs. Brother]. We know a lot of the [HGTV] talent really well. Our show started airing in 2011 and over that time we’ve met [Chip and Joanna] once or twice. They were really nice," Drew said.
"We’re not jealous of them. They are phenomenally successful, and the audience loves them and our fans have been asking for us to do something together," Drew said of the uber-popular couple.
Drew and Jonathan (top) and Chip and Joanna (bottom). (Photo Credit: R/R)
Drew and Scott's first HGTV series, Property Brothers, premiered on the popular network back in 2011. In 2012, the twins launched two spin-off shows, Buying and Selling and Brother Vs. Brother. They also star on series Property Brothers: At Home and Property Brothers: At Home on the Ranch.
Chip and Joanna's show, Fixer Upper, premiered on HGTV in 2013. In March 2017 it was announced the parents-of-four were too getting a spin-off series titled Fixer Upper: Behind the Design.
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