Jimmy Fallon Made Fun Of the Property Brothers On His Show & They Responded
The Property Brothers brought a whole new outlook into the home renovation industry when they first began filming their show on HGTV. Now with a second show and a huge international following, they're planning on launching their own magazine. But all that fame doesn't come with a hall pass to scrutiny at least to this talk show host. The Property Brothers magazine launch was featured on Jimmy Fallon for one of his comedy skits.
If you're familiar with The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, you know that he begins each episode with a segment of jokes.
In last Friday's episode, he decided to target the Canadian duo by saying, "So I heard the Property Brothers were creating a magazine. They plan on handling the magazine just like their show, one brother will create the thing the other will stand there in a suit."
Fallon is relaying nothing but facts, making the joke even more hilarious to his booming audience.
While the Scott Brothers weren't mad, they did have something to say about the joke.
Drew Scott took it upon himself to link the video in an Instagram story and captioned the story, "Come on @jimmfallon! @Mrsilverscott DOES do some work and looks great in a suit."
Seems like Drew also got a kick out of Fallon making fun of his brother.
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Jonathan Scott on the other hand — or as Fallon refers to him, "the brother in the suit" — posted himself watching the clip on Instagram.
He only captioned the post with a hysterical laughing emoji that we're taking as a good sign.
As for the Scott brothers' newest project, they've named it Reveal Magazine.
The magazine will unsurprisingly focus on home renovation and decor, but will also give you a peek into the more personal life of the brothers and their love of entertaining, travelling, wellness, and family.
It will be a quarterly magazine with their first issue hitting stands in January 2020 for $9.99. Or, you can opt for a yearly subscription of $20.00.