HGTV Star Christina Haack Shares Photo of Boyfriend and Explains Why She Had Disabled Comments
Christina Haack is one of the beloved stars of HGTV as she is the host of two top-rated shows on the network. Many viewers know Haack from Flip or Flop, which she started with her ex-husband Tarek El Moussa. Due to the success of the interior designer, she is also the star of Christina on the Coast which focuses entirely on Haack’s work and personal life. It is her love life that has been in the news lately and after Haack revealed she was dating someone new on Instagram, fans noticed the comments were disabled. After sharing a new picture with her new beau, the television personality is revealing why she is enabling comments again.
Why did Christina Haack block people from commenting on her Instagram posts?
As one of the most recognizable stars on HGTV, Haack is blessed to do what she loves on television. However, her fame comes at the cost of her privacy. The interior designer is usually open about her struggles in life but with opening up, trolls also come out. Haack has unfortunately faced negativity on social media for living her life and the most recent case came after she revealed she was in “another relationship.”
After her divorce from El Moussa, Haack got married to Ant Anstead. Sadly, things with the latter didn’t work out as they hoped and they both split up. Following a time of healing, Haack was able to open herself up to love again and confirmed she was dating Joshua Hall. Haack decided to disable the comments due to the wave of criticism and recently explained why she once again is allowing replies from fans.
“I normally turn off comments with Josh and will continue to do so if people are rude. I don’t want to waste any mins of my life blocking negative people,” she posted on Instagram along with a sweet photo of the happy couple.
Christina Haack snaps at haters
Haack said that some people “spend so much time judging others to avoid working on their own s—.” She explained that when one dislikes in others is what one dislikes in oneself. Haack also reflected on the people throwing hate at her saying they are “the ones who have the most self-hatred and the ones who truly need healing and self-love.”
“Life is short. Do what you love with the ones you love. For me, that’s Josh, my kids, and a few close friends and co-workers,” she ended.
Christina Haack gets support from fans
Following Haack’s message to all the “rude comments” she had been receiving, the outpour of support of her real fans came through.
“Why do people on her page follow her to say rude things, don’t follow her. you look beautiful,” a fan noted.
“You are [a] super strong, confident, and independent woman!! You are [a] great life lesson and role model for many women!!! Best wishes to you,” a follower said.
“Happy for you! Keep going and keep trusting life,” an Instagram user mentioned.
Fans can catch Haack on Christina on the Coast, Thursday nights at 9 p.m. ET on HGTV.