In light of this, Chip and Joanna recently got candid about the reason they chose to end their time hosting Fixer Upper after rumors of marital trouble have plagued the couple since the announcement. "I'm an idiot, I thought this was like a get rich quick scheme - I thought I could work about eight hours a month, and at the end of it, you get all these riches". The emotion and the amount of energy it takes to pour something like this together - who knows? "So, we wanted to take a step back and focus on the thing that was absolutely the most important thing to us in the world, which is Jo and I's relationship." OK!
Chip and Joanna Gaines open up about leaving "Fixer Upper". I can't speak on anyone else's behalf, but Jo and I, every day we showed up to work we wanted this to be the real deal.
"People in our inner circle, I tell them, we're as healthy as we've ever been", he said. "We wanted it to be legit, authentic, sincere". On the other side, there's so much encouragement. "Even though it was sad, it was also they get it".
'For us, the most important thing in the world is our relationship, followed very quickly by these four handsome kids, ' he said. "I think for us, this season, five seasons, just felt right to close this chapter to this attractive story". "We're really thankful that we had the opportunity to step back and take a break".
The two announced at the end of September that Season 5 of Fixer Upper would be their last. "We're so excited about this break". Absolutely, in a heartbeat. But would we go back and do this again? "It was a joy it was a pleasure".
Okay, everyone needs to calm down with these wild allegations about why Fixer Upper is ending because chances are, you don't know the entire truth of the matter.