Say Yes to the Dress: Big Bliss - Netflix
Taped inside premier bridal salon Kleinfeld Bridal, each half-hour episode follows the emotional journey of plus-size brides as they shop to fulfill their dream dress fantasy.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Say Yes to the Dress: Big Bliss - Drew Scott - Netflix
Andrew Alfred Scott (born April 28, 1978) is a Canadian actor, realtor, and entrepreneur best known as the co-host (along with his identical twin brother Jonathan), on the TV series Property Brothers. The home renovation program, which is produced by Cineflix Media, features Drew as the realtor and Jonathan as the contractor. The success of the show has led to several spinoffs, including Buying and Selling, Brother vs. Brother, and Property Brothers: at Home. Scott (along with his two brothers) is also a co-founder of Scott Brothers Entertainment, which creates and produces TV shows, films, and digital content. Additionally, the twins have launched the home furnishings brand Scott Living and its subsidiary, Dream Homes. Scott participates in charity and philanthropic activities. He resides in Los Angeles with his wife, Linda Phan. The couple had a show on HGTV, called Property Brothers at Home: Drew’s Honeymoon House, that chronicled the renovation of their home, as well as Drew and Linda Say I Do, which features the festivities around their May 2018 wedding in Italy.
Say Yes to the Dress: Big Bliss - Personal life - Netflix
Drew met his wife, Linda Phan, at a Toronto Fashion Week event in 2010. Beginning in 2014, they lived together in the Las Vegas home that Drew still owns with his twin. He estimated they were only there about twice a year, however, as Phan travels with Scott as Creative Director of Scott Brothers Entertainment, “overseeing their digital content, product and merchandise lines, and marketing campaigns.” Scott has said that he and Phan are “workaholics,” and that “getting out of the home office is step one for a great date.” They became engaged on December 13, 2016, and were wed in a destination wedding in Italy on May 12, 2018. The ceremony incorporated elements of their respective Scottish and Chinese heritages, and was the subject of a show called Drew and Linda Say I Do, which aired on June 2, 2018 on TLC. Drew co-wrote (along with Victoria Shaw and Chad Carlson) and performed a song for his bride called “You Chose Me,” and an accompanying music video was released to YouTube on June 2, 2018. They have also expressed their desire to have children. In October 2017, they moved to Los Angeles, California, and the couple has said they plan to raise their future children in the house. While not an American citizen, Scott tends to have Democratic views. He endorsed Hillary Clinton on his Twitter account in September 2016. He also considers life coach Tony Robbins a personal hero, and has used Robbins' idea of “incantations”—a technique of verbal actualization—to reach his goals. Scott is a basketball enthusiast. Along with his brothers, Scott grew up playing basketball, but in a GQ interview, explained that he was the more enthusiastic one—sometimes practicing four or five hours a day. He played in both high school and college, and reportedly had a 43-inch vertical jump. He made his college basketball team, but got injured before the first season, and never played in a game. Scott has played in various celebrity sport charity games, including Josh Hutcherson’s Nike 3-on-3 Basketball at L.A. Live/Staples Center. He has twice played in the NBA All-Star Celebrity Game, and in the 2012 game, he took home a trophy for the Shooting Stars Celebrity challenge. Scott values a healthy lifestyle, monitoring his diet and regularly exercising. He has a black belt in karate. He is a fan of the show The Walking Dead, and was invited to an episode of the aftershow Talking Dead to give his insights on the show and “zombie property values.”
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