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See Photos of Your Favorite HGTV Stars Before They Were Famous - Apartment Therapy

See Photos of Your Favorite HGTV Stars Before They Were Famous - Apartment Therapy
From The Kitchn - October 9, 2017

Before they were our favorite home and design gurus, HGTV stars were normal people, too. In fact, they were so normal that they, like the rest of us, could not escape particularly cringe-worthy moments of growing up. And, thanks to the stars' senses of humor and #tbt, we get a glimpse into those days. Here's a look back at some of the most adorable (and awkward) moments captured in time by HGTV hosts like Chip and Joanna Gaines and Genevieve Gorder.

She may have been a bit disheveled from recess and missing her front tooth in this early class pic, but Fixer Upper's Joanna Gaines still could not hide how adorable she was.

Joanna and her sisters were cute, cute, cute as kids! So it's not surprising they are all gorgeous today.

Joanna shared a rare red lipstick moment from the day she and Chip first opened Magnolia Market.

Everyone's favorite shiplap-obsessed couple looks every bit as in love now as they did on their wedding day in 2003.

Rehab Addict's Nicole Curtis had spirit to spare, and she was not afraid to show it.

To be 10 years old, Curtis had one heck of a sense of fashion.

This photo of Genevieve Gorder as a 16-year-old exchange student in Spain is major throwback #squadgoals.

Aww, baby Genevieve was downright adorable.

Drew won the entire internet when he posted this Stranger Things-style throwback pic.

Third brother JD is sporting some super-'90s-grunge-era hair here, and you know, we do not hate it.

Bagpipes? Check. Bum Equipment brand jeans? Check. A photo Jonathan Scott's family will use to troll him for the foreseeable future? Check!

Frosted tips, a soul patch, and a look of existential angst? If this is not a circa '90s glamour-dude shot, we do not know what is, Drew.

Drew and Jonathan are giving off some serious Harry Connick, Jr. vibes here.

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