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HGTV host shares on-set accident caught on video

HGTV host responds to on-set mishap

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HGTV’s Dave Marrs responds to a new challenge on set.

“Sometimes filming just doesn’t go your way.” That’s how HGTV host Dave Marrs explained a major mishap that happened on the set of his show Fixer To Fabulous. It’s just the latest in a series of close conversations HGTV hosts experienced during filming.

On July 1st, March posted an Instagram video a demolition task that went horribly wrong. In video filmed as walls and windows were being ripped down for a home remodeling, Marrs and a member of the construction crew attempted to throw a large window over a balcony and into a dumpster below. However, the slow-motion video shows the giant window hitting the edge of the dumpster and rebounding, crashing to the ground below. Viewers can see the stunned camera crew below trying to get out of the way.

In the caption for the post, Marrs wrote, “Sometimes filming just doesn’t go the way you want it to. At the cow noises at the end of the video, I yell “No, no”. More tidying is definitely in my future.”

His Wife and Fixer To Fabulous co-host Jenny MarrsShe captioned the post with four tears of laughter emoji followed by “NEEEEEEEEE!!!” Thankfully, no one was apparently hurt in the accident.


This isn’t the first HGTV mishap to be caught on film


Rotten garage door falls on production crew in big house remodel I Flip Or FlopWhen Tarek and Christina rebuild a house with plumbing problems and an overgrown yard, part of the house falls on the production crew as they prepare to shoot! 🇬🇧 Watch full episodes of your favorite HGTV shows on Discovery+: bit.ly/3zOzoXT Catch up on HGTV – Sky 158, Virgin 279, BT TV 432021-09-24T13:38:50Z

Unfortunately, many HGTV hosts and crew have experienced shocking incidents on set over the past few years. For example, on an episode of “Flip or Flop,” a garage door inexplicably crashed into the hood of a crew member’s car. Tarek El Moussa was inside fixing a door with ex-wife and co-host Christina; vIdeo footage shows them being startled by a loud noiseand then run outside to see what happens.

During that show’s 10-year run, which ended in March 2022, the couple experienced many shocking things in the homes they bought to turn them around. in the An interview from 2015 With HGTV host David Bromstad, the now-divorced couple revealed some of the creepiest things they’d come across – including a house with 33 feral cats, with fur everywhere, including the blankets! There was also a property they dubbed “the fake ossuary” because it was inexplicably full of plastic legs with shoes on.

Chip and Joanna Gaines are another co-hosting couple who experienced their fair share of wild misadventures while filming their hit show Fixer Upper.


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One of the scariest moments captured on film was when Chip nearly crushed Joanna when he accidentally fell forward in a Jeep. In the HGTV segment Posted to YouTube in 2014, Chip starts the ignition while Joanna stands between the front of the Jeep and the back of a parked van. The jeep tumbles forward and Joanna jumps out of the way just in time. The jeep crashes into the van, leaving a huge dent.

“I put it in first gear,” Chip explained to the crew. “So when I turned the ignition on, the thing started bouncing forward and I almost crushed my wife!”


Some HGTV shows have been hit by natural disasters

Hit show Renovation Island might win the award for most on-set glitches — but not because of human error. host Bryan and Sarah Baeumler have weathered years of setbacksfrom hurricanes to the pandemic, in the renovation of the Caerula DelMar Resort on South Andros Island, Bahamas.

Corresponding Country Life Magazine, the 22-villa resort, opened its doors in April 2019 only to close abruptly in August due to Hurricane Dorian. Although Caerula Del Mar suffered no major damage, much of the island did, and some of the Baeumler employees lost everything. So they paused filming to help local families and businesses rebuild.

They held a grand reopening in early February 2020 — just weeks before the COVID-19 pandemic forced them to close the resort again. Another hurricane Isaiah – struck in August and caused major damage to the landscape. Finally, in October, the resort reopened with great security measures.

“Renovation Island” has followed the Baeumler’s ups and downs as resort owners, but Season 3 — which premieres July 24 on HGTV — will follow them remodeling their family’s Florida home while they deal with childrearing and management of the resort from afar.

Another hit series that deals with the aftermath of a natural disaster is Erin and Ben Napier’s Home Town. In December 2019, a deadly tornado swept through Laurel, Mississippi — the town where they live and film their show.

Corresponding People Magazine, a home they had renovated months earlier, was severely damaged. The couple donated their time and started the renovations from scratch. In the episode about the repeated renovation, Ben looked directly into the camera and said: “Take that, Mother Nature! We go back.”

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Brian Ashcraft

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