‘Flip or Flop’ star Christina El Moussa to appear in ‘Real Housewives of Orange County?’

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A promotional image for HGTV's "Flip or Flop." (Facebook/HGTV)

A year after her breakup with ex-husband Tarek, Christina El Moussa is moving forward with her life. With things moving in a new direction, “Flip or Flop” may not be the only show where fans will see the TV host.

According to US OK! Magazine, as reported by Daily Mail, the 34-year-old blonde is being considered to join the “Real Housewives of Orange County” (RHOC). The report said that executives of the show are open to casting the host. A source also said that El Moussa is “a perfect fit for the show.”

Meanwhile, BlastingNews noted that her failed marriage may very well be her ticket to the reality show. It can be recalled that the El Moussas had a bitter end to their marriage, which allegedly involved police intervention at some point. Furthermore, her fame and wealth reportedly contributed to her being on the radar of the “RHOC” executives.

Just recently, Christina was confirmed to be dating an ex-flame identified as Doug Spedding. The two had reportedly known each other for almost a decade. They reportedly just reconnected last year after the El Moussas split. They were also spotted on a romantic boat ride and going out on date nights.

On the other hand, Tarek is also moving on. However, there are talks that he still feels uncomfortable seeing Christina going on dates. Nevertheless, the 35-year-old “Flip or Flop” co-host recently gave E! News a tour of his new bachelor’s pad. He shared that his favorite spot is the living room, noting that his two kids love to play in the room, turning it into a maze.

He also said that one of his favorite items at home was his trusty alarm clock. “Believe it or not, I have a really hard problem waking up in the morning,” said Tarek.

Realizing that part of moving on is realizing past mistakes, Tarek also renamed his boat from “Flip or Flop” to “Bad Decisions.” “Apparently I’ve made a couple, and Christina laughed about it,” he added.