HGTV “Property Brothers” could be one of the most followed siblings on TV today. The twins, Jonathan and Drew Scott, has undeniably captured the interest of both men and women alike by flipping and selling houses on TV.
Amid their popularity, the duo has been plagued with non-stop gay rumours. Several speculations about their sexuality have flooded the internet, with the twins indirectly addressing rumours in the past. As for Jonathan, he has been very much open about his past marriage and his preference in women.
“I did used to be married but we were young and not the right match,” he told Your Tango. “We are still friends. I’m in no rush to find Mrs Right.”
“I have dated blondes, brunettes, etc,” he continued. “It’s not all I look for … do you have more fun?” The Scott twin also claimed that he has dated women with kids in the past and was quite confident to say that he’s good with children.
As the reno guru in the show, Jonathan has his fair share of unsightly spaces. The Scott twin recently shared to Glamour the most disgusting thing he has ever seen in a home.
“There was a house we went into that had a sun room where they kept the dog inside for extended periods of time, so when the person moved out the entire room was filled with dog poop,” he recalled. “And so we had to go in and not only clean up all the dog poop, but we had to gut the entire room because it just stunk.”
As for the other half of the Scott tandem, Drew is going steady with long-time girlfriend, Linda Phan. Rumours have also started to surface that the two have already tied the knot in secret.
Drew and Linda met on “Property Brothers” as the former is actually the creative director of the show. When asked about making his relationship work, Drew had only this to say:
“It sounds cliche but communication is the number one way to keep a relationship solid,” he told Your Tango. “You can’t just assume that everything is perfect—like anything you are passionate about, ask questions, express your own feelings, and take a genuine interest in making the relationship the best it can be.”