Having a reality TV show can be a lot of hard work, especially when you’re flipping homes like Chip Gaines and Joanna Gaines. The tireless work might turn off a lot of people but for Giuliana Rancic and her 47-year-old husband, Bill Rancic, they believe that it’s right up their alley.
“We love taking spaces that need a lot of help and making them beautiful on a very reasonable budget,” the 44-year-old TV star recently told In Touch Weekly in the magazine’s latest issue. “Our latest project was a dramatic renovation of a cabin in Idaho, which we transformed from a dark and heavy interior into a bright and rustic modern beauty.”
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We can’t believe tonight’s the series finale of #FixerUpper. What a ride it’s been! I'll be sharing some blasts from the past today leading up to the final episode at 9/8c on HGTV. We’re excited for what’s to come – check out Jo’s blog for an update from us. (Link in profile)
In September, Giuliana made her long-awaited return to TV and took back her job as an E! News host. Though she admitted that “the past couple of months have been amazing” at E!, she also can’t wait to bring a new home renovation show to TV. “It would be great to share [what we know] with viewers,” she said.
Fans might not have to wait as long as they think for Giuliana and Bill to come out with their own Fixer Upper-inspired show because, according to the anchor, they already have something in the works. “We were actually just approached about [a show]. We have renovated dozens of buildings, and about 10 homes together,” she explained.
If the show does air soon, it’s possible that we could even see the couple’s six-year-old son, Duke Rancic, back on the small screen. “He is such a sweet and wonderful boy, and we fall in love with him more and more every day. We couldn’t be happier,” she told In Touch. “Duke is doing great!”
In the meantime, Giuliana and Duke are currently busy promoting Abercrombie Kids’ new gender-neutral Everybody Collection, which is set to hit stores in 2019. “I am beyond excited to be collaborating with a brand that empowers Duke to dress in any color, size or style that he chooses. We were re-acquainted with the
brand through its engaging cause-related event at the Shedd Aquarium [in Chicago] earlier this year. I love the company’s ethos and its clothes are fun and well made for kids that love to play, both important considerations for me as a mom, when shopping for Duke,” Giuliana said in a press release regarding her partnership with Abercrombie Kids.