Longtime judge Vern Yip says poor ratings had a lot to do with the decision, as viewership was down to about 1.5 million per episode last year.
He’s going to be like “Daddy, why aren’t you with mommy? In TV chat rooms and all over the web, rumors are flying that you are dating 90210 star, Matt Lanter. I tell him that I have (laughs), but I’ve really only seen one or two episodes!
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I think it’s going to do just as well, or maybe even better!
The story changes a little bit, and we go more into everybody else’s background, like Adrian’s life and Grace’s life.
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Danielle’s HGTV show didn’t seem to stick around very long (I could only find evidence of one episode listed, but maybe there were more I didn’t see). Vern Yip said in an interview that although people tell him all the time that they want more decorating shows, the real estate shows get the best ratings, which is why HGTV has been airing fewer shows like this, and more of HH and LIOLI.After winning the second season of was canceled after three seasons, but she reports on her blog that she now “works for Oprah” on the show Home Made Simple, which is hosted by Soleil Moon Frye on OWN.You can read an interview with her on Designer Marketplace in which she talks about more of her adventures in designing and follow her on her website and Facebook.An article in the Washingtonian reports she’s designing again: “She’s hard at work designing an 18,000-square-foot home for the Ronald Mc Donald House, writing magazine articles, traveling to home shows, and serving as a spokesperson for the International Design Guild.“The past several years may have been a rollercoaster, but there’s an upside: ‘It’s made me a better designer, because once you face real-life things, it’s really easy to pick a paint color and encourage people to take risks,’ she says.”Ballatore hosted star Jennie Garth.An interview on Cheeky Chicago reveals some of his current projects, including an art-centric bar in Wicker Park called FAME, and mentions that he has signed on to do another show. On her popular blog, Emily writes, “In 2007 I moved to Los Angeles with my husband and auditioned for HGTV’s Design Star. Six months later I had my own TV show called where I analyzed the homeowners’ style through my patented style diagnostic and restyled their home to match their personality using vintage and affordable design.“I currently also have a design firm in Los Angeles and a daily style blog that reaches hundreds of thousands of design enthusiasts all over the globe.Can you give me some exciting scoop about Adrian and what might happen to her this time around? Her parents get back together and they’re moving into a house.