Scott Disick is Set to Change Careers at 35 With a Brand New Job on Reality TV
Scott Disick has been consistently finding himself at the center of bad publicity these days. This is thanks in part to his much talked about separation from long-term partner and reality television Kourtney Kardashian.
With his fame is tightly tied to that of his ex’s family, the 35-year-old is dead set on creating a new career all on his own.
Disick has just announced that he will be starring in a spin-off reality series which would follow him as he dives head-on into the high-stakes world of property development. The upcoming series is described as a mix between shows The Block and Fixer Upper, except filled with celebrities.
The Lord, as Disick is referred to by his family, will be starring in E!’s upcoming show called ‘Flip It Like Disick’. If that name hasn’t given away what the show will be about yet, it’s going to focus primarily on the remodeling and reselling of expensive homes.
The start of the reality star’s interest in real estate is still up for debate. After all, he’s only recently let his fascination of luxury property development become obvious. But considering the Kardashian-Jenner clan’s own portfolio of impressive mansions, he might have picked up a taste for the grand by living in these luxury homes.
Of course, Disick wouldn’t be along in his new endeavor. Joining him are his best friend turned business partner, Benny Luciano, and Willa Ford. Yes, the same Willa Ford that’s behind the dance hits, ‘I Wanna Be Bad’ and ‘A Toast To Men’. It seems like it’s not only Disick who’s determined to jumpstart a brand new career as Ford joins the flip team as an interior designer.
According to the father of three, the show’s first season will be focussing on his quest to makeover houses that his A-list family and friends own. ‘Flip It Like Disick’ is set to have eigh,t hour-long episodes which may or may not feature some members of the Kardashian clan. However, it’s been confirmed that Kris Jenner will be one of the show’s executive producers along with Disick himself.
Disick admits that his show is not quite like the other ones already on E!. But he remains optimistic that audiences will find his flip team’s shenanigans both enjoyable and inspiring.
Before turning his sights on property development and luxury home flipping, Disick was a television personality and entrepreneur. He is best known for his regular appearances on ‘Keeping Up With The Kardashians’ which he’s been a part of since 2007.
Behind the cameras though, Disick busied himself launching and investing in various business ventures. One of his former businesses is Ryu, a Japanese cuisine restaurant in New York City which he co-founded back in 2012.
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