Celebrity·Posted on Jun 8, 2018This Is What 14 HGTV Hosts Look Like TodayChris Harrison, is that you?by Michelle RegnaBuzzFeed ContributorFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. David Bromstad of Color Splash HGTV, Instagram: @bromco Then: After winning Season 1 of HGTV Design Star, David Bromstad hosted eleven seasons of Color Splash from 2007 to 2013.Now: Bromstad currently hosts HGTV's My Lottery Dream Home and is a professional selfie-taker. 2. Candice Olson of Divine Design HGTV, Brandon Barre / Via Facebook: pg Then: Candice Olson redesigned homes on Divine Design from 2003 to 2011. Now: Candice is still working her design magic and recently launched a collection of wall coverings. 3. Clive Pearse of Designed to Sell HGTV, facebook.com Then: Working alongside designer Lisa LaPorta, Clive Pearse hosted Designed to Sell from 2004 to 2011. Now: According to his website, Pearse is a board member of the animal welfare organization, Linda Blair Worldheart Foundation. 4. Sandra Rinomato of Property Virgins HGTV, Facebook: sandrarinomato Then: Sandra Rinomato hosted ten seasons of HGTV's Property Virgins before leaving the show in 2012. Now: Rinomato is still in the real estate business with her own company, Sandra Rinomato Realty Inc., in Toronto. 5. Chris Harrison of Designers' Challenge HGTV, David Livingston / Getty Images Then: In 1999, Chris Harrison landed the hosting gig for the design competition show which ran for 17 seasons. Now: Harrison has been the host of ABC's The Bachelor since 2002 and is currently hosting his 14th season of The Bachelorette. 6. Matt Fox and Shari Hiller of Room by Room HGTV, PBS Then: Holding the record for the longest-running (and first!) show on HGTV, Matt Fox and Shari Hiller hosted 14 year's worth of HGTV's Room by Room. Now: Fox emceed The Great Big Home + Garden Show in February. You can check out Hiller's latest blog post here. 7. Mike Holmes of Holmes on Homes HGTV / Via youtube.com, Instagram: @make_it_right Then: Mike Holmes fixed previous contractors' mistakes on Holmes on Homes from 2003 to 2008. Now: Holmes just recently starred in a new series with his son and daughter on DIY Network called Holmes: Next Generation. 8. Joan Steffend of Decorating Cents HGTV, joansteffend.com Then: From 1998 to 2009, host Joan Steffend and designers worked with homeowners on a $500 budget. Now: Today, Steffend is an inspirational speaker and author. She was recently inducted into the Minnesota Broadcasting Hall of Fame for her earlier work as an anchor. 9. Paul James of Gardening by the Yard youtube.com, Instagram: @southwoodtulsa Then: Paul James hosted Gardening by the Yard from its release in 1996 until its finale in 2009. Now: The Gardener Guy is still at it! He's currently the marketing manager at Southwood Landscape & Garden Center in Tusla and makes appearances on KJRH-TV to talk all things gardening. 10. Genevieve Gorder of Dear Genevieve HGTV, Gary Gershoff / Getty Images Then: Genevieve Gorder offered design advice on Dear Genevieve from 2009 to 2012.Now: Gorder returned for the 2018 reboot of TLC's Trading Spaces and recently got engaged to fellow designer, Christian Dunbar. 11. Lee Snijders of Design on a Dime HGTV, Instagram: @leesnijders Then:Lee Snijders hosted Design on a Dime in the early '00s for over six years. Now: According to his Instagram bio, Snijders is still an interior-home furnishings designer located in Las Vegas, NV. 12. Kitty Bartholomew of Kitty Bartholomew: You're Home HGTV, Facebook: ojaiholidayhometour Then: Kitty Bartholomew hosted You're Home for eight years, beginning in 1994.Now: Bartholomew appears to be living in Ojai, CA where she recently contributed to the set design for a play at Ojai Art Center Theater. You can follow her on Pinterest here. 13. Michael Payne of Designing for the Sexes HGTV / Via youtube.com, michaelpayne.com Then: Michael Payne was the original host of HGTV's Designing for the Sexes, a show about couples with conflicting tastes. Now: According to his website, Payne lives with his wife in Los Angeles and enjoys cycling, photography, and gardening. 14. And finally, the iconic Suzanne Whang of House Hunters. HGTV, Mynxii White / Via Twitter: @suzannewhang Then: Suzanne Whang was the host and voice of House Hunters for nine years, beginning in 1999. Now: Whang currently hosts a podcast with her best friend. See what else she's up to here.