Property Brothers Jonathan Scott

Property Brothers Jonathan Scott
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Tune in to hear Kim + Jackie chat with Jonathan Scott, one half of HGTV’s popular Property Brothers.

Jonathan Scott, along with his twin brother Drew, are the stars of four of HGTV’s top shows, including “Property Brothers,” “Brother vs Brother,” “Buying & Selling,” and “Property Brothers at Home” in which we see this dynamic duo help families transform fixer-uppers into dream homes, compete in renovations in the ultimate sibling rivalry or remodel humble homes that end up selling for top-dollar.

Whether he’s remodeling homes for a top-dollar sale price, helping families transform fixer-uppers into their dream homes, or leading teams of remodeling experts in renovation challenges, Jonathan is a home renovation expert with 15 years of experience as a licensed contractor. On his shows, he teams up with real estate expert Drew to help buyers and sellers alike get the best value for their sales and find their dream homes.

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Beyond on-screen success, Jonathan is also executive producer of Scott Brothers Entertainment, a multimedia production company co-founded with Drew Scott. With a background in live theater, TV & film production, and performing award-winning illusions in Las Vegas and across North America, Jonathan’s career exemplifies his entrepreneurial spirit and drive to create captivating, meaningful content. He has successfully launched several startup companies in the tech and entertainment sectors and now with his diverse experience, continues to build the Scott Brothers brand to a worldwide household name. They have been recognized by Forbes as a growing empire to watch, appear regularly on major talk shows including Today and  have been featured as People’s Sexiest Men, played in the NBA Celebrity All-Star game, host some of top rating live events like the Rose Parade and the CMA Festival. 

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4 Comments

  1. lucia da rosa on 02/10/2017 at 11:32 PM

    sou brasileira e como toda
    boa brasileira sou apaixonada pelas nossas novelas, mais quando esses gêmeos estão na tela com qualquer um dos programas esqueço as novelas e sei que milhões de pessoas fasem a mesma coisa.

  2. Andrea Williams on 02/11/2017 at 12:26 AM

    I’m in love with the Scott family, you’re kind, loving ( especially to babies and children), you’re understanding, warm, playful, giving and beautiful on the inside and out. I’ve watched ALL of the Scott brothers shows from the very beginning. I know when you become father’s that you will be the best ❤❤❤❤

  3. Christine Mcloon on 02/11/2017 at 1:59 AM

    Love to hear about all the Scott brothers!!

  4. Mary Cutrara on 02/11/2017 at 1:10 PM

    I agree we are in dire need of an overhaul when it comes to how supportive we are of celebrities and each other for that matter. I have seen pictures of celebrities that everyone else deems awful because they look like normal people. People are not really supposed to be proportioned in a way that resembles a Barbie doll! People have a really unrealistic view of what people should look like and that needs to change. I love the curvy barbie dolls because they look more real to me and they give a balance to what little girls think of themselves as far as what they should or shouldn’t look like. My daughter is not allowed to have Barbie dolls that have too much make up on and look too glamorous because while that can be fun to pretend I feel that kids also need to learn that if they don’t look like that, it’s ok. It’s more than ok to let yourself shine. Models in magazines have been airbrushed or filtered if needed. People don’t just look like that. I would love it if magazines stopped trying to make people look “perfect” and instead focus on the beauty of what we naturally are. I love little imperfections in people because I love the character it gives them. I lost 85 pounds. I was 205 pounds. I am now 130 pounds. I’m not overly obsessed about how I look but instead of my health. So, I still have a little tummy and I’m not toned where I want to be but that’s ok to me because I feel so much healthier. I love Meghan Trainors All About That Base. I went from a size 20 pants to size 6-8 depending on the brand. Growing up I was made fun of for being a bag of bones, when I got the extra weight I was talked to about being healthy and smaller. Now that I’m smaller again I am being talked to by my family for being too small. What do you have to do to win!! The answer is nothing. You just have to be you and if people don’t like that they don’t need to be talking to me family or not. I don’t enjoy being criticized all my life for my size and I imagine celebrities don’t either. It’s a tough job they have and it takes a lot of courage to put yourself out there. I think we all could put our adult pants on and shut up if it’s not up building that’s coming out of our mouths.

    It’s so frustrating to not feel like you measure up in other peoples eyes and what I have learned is that you just can’t. People are going to see what THEY want for you more than what it’s GOOD for you as an individual and I really despise that and that’s why it’s so nerve wracking to go up in front of people because you don’t know if you measure to the majority of others. It’s just BS and the stress it can give some people can cause some very unhealthy practices because a lot of people get desperate just for someone else’s approval and validation. No one should ever make ANYONE feel like they don’t measure up. Everyone is different and that is beautiful in itself. The fact that sometimes we see a celebrity not as perfect as we are used to seeing is just confirmation that they really are people just like us who struggle with all the same things and it’s easy on social media to not think that you could be hurting someone’s feelings because it’s on the computer. Well, I have news for those judgmental people, I have been on the receiving end of horrible things said on the computer and they hurt just as much as in person. Of course I just delete it but you don’t know to delete it until it’s been read and you’re already hurt. #putyouradultpantson.

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