“Christina’s design style is very popular, so it’s a natural progression for us to expand her visibility with a new series,” Allison Page, president, HGTV and Food Network, said in a statement. “Her fans also are deeply vested in her personal life and eager to see ‘what happens next’—so we’re bringing them the opportunity to share in these real-life moments in a way that no one else can.”Christina added in her own statement, “I’ll be able to do what I like more which is the design part. That’s always been what I’m good at, and people are always asking me to come help them do their house. It’s going to be fun to be able to add my taste, and not have a flip budget.”Season seven of Flip or Flop is currently airing, but, Christina explained, “It’s a whole different dynamic and it’s more real.”“We’re a couple that got divorced on TV and we could have just brushed right over it but I think it makes sense for everyone to see what it’s like to work with your ex-spouse. It’s important,” she said.