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Fans dismiss “Battle on the Beach” in Ty Pennington’s Instagram post

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Fans flooded Ty Pennington’s Instagram with criticism of his Battle on the Beach crew. The HGTV star returned as a season 2 mentor, working on the competition series with renovators Wally Remaley and Jacqueline Matoza.

In a clip shared by Pennington, the trio discussed Matoza’s idea of ​​repurposing closet doors as headboards in the guest suite. The Rock the Block host warned that the end result could look “clever,” saying in a confessional: “I don’t think you really add value to a space like that.”

While Remaley and Matoza took home the win of the week, the headboard design scored poorly with the jury. Pennington eventually supported her choice, but the trio have a history of clashes in the season’s first five episodes.

Set in Surfside Beach, Texas, the series follows “three seasoned teams of aspiring home renovators who, coached by acclaimed mentors and design experts Taniya Nayak, Ty Pennington and Alison Victoria, will work tirelessly to complete weekly home renovation challenges across the three.” 1,500-square-foot oceanfront homes — each within a tight $80,000 renovation budget,” HGTV announced in a press release. The team that increases their home’s appraisal the most will walk away with the grand prize of $50,000.

Nayak works with father-son duo Roosevelt and Brandyn Chambers and Victoria with married couple Paige and Corey Cyr. This season also includes “Renovation Island” stars Bryan and Sarah Baeumler as judges.

Fans of the competition didn’t mince words in Pennington’s comments section.
Some commentators named the show’s structure and this season’s contenders.

“Not really enjoying this season,” wrote one woman. “It’s such a bummer because I usually love it. I think it’s because the contestants are ‘rookies’ compared to the excellent designers we had before.”

Another person added: “Please rotate the judges next time! I don’t think it’s fair to hand over such an important task to just two designers.”

Still, most of the comments exclaimed Remaley and Matoza. The duo have been criticized for being “disrespectful”, “the worst people to work with” and “teenagers”.

“Ty tied to the tv what’s up with your couple OMG you gotta read them their rights both – they’re going to lose with that attitude and negativity – buck them,” commented one of Pennington’s followers.

Another person added: “You have amazing patience!! They literally never listen to you and always have a clever remark. You are just starting out as a designer and you are well equipped.”

Pennington has not acted or replied to anyone’s comments.

Pennington warned of his team’s communication issues while speaking to Heavy ahead of the season premiere.

“It’s interesting because you just never know how a team will work in terms of communication,” said the 57-year-old about his team. “And we’ve accomplished some incredible things. But I have to say there will be moments when communication is really crucial.”

The Extreme Makeover: Home Edition alum took a few lessons from last season, stating, “If it can go wrong, it will go wrong.”

“I also learned that as a designer you want to be able to save the day, but as a mentor you can only speak your mind and kind of persuade and really do your best to get people like, ‘That’s a smart move.'” , he explained. But “just as we all kind of grow with design,” Pennington said, “I’m a big proponent of letting people also be independent and make their own decisions and find their kind of passion and in a way be successful because.” nothing builds lessons more than doing things yourself.”

“Battle on the Beach” will crown a winner during its finale on July 10, 2022 at 9:00 p.m. Eastern Time, 8:00 p.m. Central Time.

CONTINUE READING: EXCLUSIVE: Cristy Lee Talks New HGTV Series ‘Steal This House’



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