Joanna Gaines Shut Down Rumors She's Leaving Fixer Upper to Become a Beauty Mogul
Scammers are trying to make money using Joanna Gaines' name, and theFixer Upperstar is not having it. Apparently, there are fake websites and sponsored ads out there claiming she's leaving her HGTV show to focus on her makeup and skincare lines. But there's one problem: those lines don't exist.
Yahoo Beauty reports that Jo has been trying to stop these hoaxes since as early as April, when a fake news story circulated that claimed she had been "showing up late to construction sites" because she was busy with her skincare line, and she was about to leave the show. Apparently, the skincare product she was promoting was called Derma Folia Renewal Anti-Aging Serum, but it was all a lie.
"This is a SCAM," she wrote on Instagram. "We have nothing to do with it and have been trying to stop it for some time." She asked her followers to keep an eye out for these hoaxes and submit what they find to .
And it's not too hard to find examples of this popping up online. A simple Google search for Joanna Gaines shows sponsored ads saying "Joanna Gaines - Get Your Free Bottle," and popular searches include "Joanna Gaines Leaving HGTV" and "Joanna Gaines Leaves Fixer Upper." But let's be clear: that's not happening. And if you buy any skincare or makeup with her name on it, you're being scammed.
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