The Property Brothers, twins Jonathan and Drew Scott, are both off the market, as the renovators confirmed to ET during a recent visit with them in New Orleans.
"My girlfriend came down here for a little bit," Jonathan subtly slipped into the conversation. "That's right. No longer single. Sorry."
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Drew, on the other hand, has been off the market for quite some time. The 38-year-old Canadian native has been dating Linda, a member of the twins' production company, Scott Brothers Entertainment.
"Linda has been down here with us the whole time while we've been filming," Drew said. "It's been nice to have her on the road with me, but wherever we go, she's actually our boss, so she keeps us in line. We've been together five-and-a-half years."
The HGTV stars have taken their talents to the Big Easy for their brand-new spin-off, Brothers Take New Orleans.
On the series, the brothers will be going head-to-head, competing to see who can score the highest property values for the historic homes they each renovate. They told us competition runs in their blood.
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"Ever since we were out of the womb, we've been competing," said Drew. "That's just how brothers are."
"I won the original challenge. I was born first," added Jonathan.
"I kicked him out first," Drew quipped. "I wanted some more relaxation time."
Brothers Take New Orleans isn't strictly focused on the renovations. It also gives audiences a chance to explore the city with the brothers and includes guest appearances from celebrities like NCIS: New Orleans star Scott Bakula and Today show co-ancher Hoda Kotb, who get to judge the brothers' challenges.
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"I will say that Hoda is loved more by one of the brothers and made the other cry," Drew said.
The two homes that Jonathan and Drew renovate will then be offered to two families selected by a non-profit organization.