Exes Tarek El Moussa & Christina Hall to Star in “Spicy” New HGTV Series ‘The Flip Off’ With Their Current Spouses Heather El Moussa & Josh Hall

Josh’s like, “I have no idea why I’m here. I’m standing where they told me to stand.”

HGTV is giving fans the reunion they didn’t ask for never saw coming. 

Former spouses Tarek El Moussa and Christina Hall, who hosted HGTV’s Flip or Flop for nine years, are reuniting on-screen for a new series titled The Flip Off. 

Joining Tarek and Christina on the new series are their respective current spouses, former Selling Sunset star Heather El Moussa and realtor Josh Hall, People reports. 

“You guys don’t even want to know how much money HGTV paid us to agree to this mess.”

‘The Flip Off’ will follow along as Christina and Josh compete against Tarek and Heather to see who can “find, buy, renovate and flip a house for the biggest financial gain.” 

“Be on the lookout for the spicy new series that’ll have you saying, ‘What the flip?!’” states a [cringy] social media announcement from HGTV. The post– which went live on Wednesday— also included a teaser for the upcoming series. 

“I never thought I’d be doing this,” Christina says in the clip, with Tarek adding, “This is one of the defining moments of my life.” 

Prior to Wednesday’s announcement, Tarek and Christina teased the project on social media with a video making light of the fact that Christina and Heather bear a striking resemblance to one another.  

“I guess you’re not the only ones confused…,” Tarek captioned the video. 


As you may remember, Christina and Tarek–- who share two children together-– divorced in 2018 but continued to film ‘Flip or Flop’ together until the show ended in 2022. 

Following her split from Tarek, Christina married Ant Anstead–- with whom she shares son Hudson– though the couple ultimately divorced in 2020 after less than two years of marriage. Christina and Josh tied the knot in 2022. 

Christina Haack El Moussa Anstead Hall and her husband, Josh.

Tarek and Heather became engaged in 2020 after a year of dating. They got married in 2021 and welcomed their son Tristan in early 2023. 

After ‘Flip or Flop’ wrapped, Tarek went on to star in his own HGTV series, Flipping 101 with Tarek El Moussa, and he and Heather currently co-host their own show, The Flipping El Moussas.

Meanwhile, Christina went on to star in HGTV’s Christina on the Coast and Christina in the Country– the latter of which features Christina and Josh working on their family farm and expanding their design business in Tennessee.  

While some HGTV fans were quick to call the premise for Tarek and Christina’s new series “cringe,” Tarek and Josh hopped into the comment section Wednesday to confirm that they are fully committed to earning this paycheck the shtick. 

“I just wanted to let everyone know that I’m willing to offer free coaching to Christina and Josh to help them in the flip off!!!” Tarek wrote on the HGTV announcement, with Josh jokingly adding a “TEAM HALL” comment. 

’The Flip Off’ is slated to air on HGTV in early 2025. Check out the announcement for the new series below. 

RELATED STORY: Heather El Moussa Says It Was “A Blessing” That She Wasn’t Asked to Return to ‘Selling Sunset’: “It’s Very Toxic” 


(Photos: HGTV; Instagram) 


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