Craig Conover and Austen Kroll from Charming the South just like new Strange couple like friends who are currently living together.
Producers try to engage viewers as Conover slips into a dark bedroom where someone sleeps under a blanket. At first it seemed Conover was living with a new love, but alas… he was living with Kroll.
Conover explained that he had to solve some of the building problems at his house so he stayed with Kroll until the problems were fixed. Conover explained in a confessional that 10 months ago he was living in his professionally designed home.
“After that, a plumber came to have a check,” he said. Piping exploded and asbestos flew around the house. And while that sounds like a nightmare, Conover told Showbiz Cheat Sheet that getting the insurance company’s attention is almost impossible.
Craig Conover turned to Instagram for help
Conover said he tagged his insurance company on Instagram because no one answered his question. “State Farm, please contact me,” Conover pleaded in his Instagram story. “I’m sorry to have to do it on this platform but I haven’t been at home for nine months and one of your local regulators just sent me a letter threatening coverage denial.”
“I’ve had you guys for a long time, but this is crazy,” he continued with his video. “I suffered a water loss 9 months ago. I’m still out of my house ”.
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Then he held out a pair of moldy sneakers in front of the camera. “These are moldy shoes because the house is still wet,” he said. “And your locals are saying it’s dry.”
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Kroll crab in Conover gives his approach to laundry. He found wet clothes in the washing machine, apparently left on overnight. But Conover says he’s not leaving them.
While arguing with Kroll, Conover stated that his agency, Sewing Down South, is doing very well. He told Showbiz Cheat Sheet that he recently partnered with textile giant Thomasville for a new line. And while his friend Shep Rose solicits him for trading his law book for a sewing machine, he’s eating crows now.
“In the end Shep had to accept the fact that I would never be the type he wanted me to be,” Conover commented. “But now he loves it. What he said was “All I ever wanted was Craig being honest with himself.”
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In addition, ex-girlfriend Naomie Olindo is also very happy for Conover. “So we have to talk about relationships and what we’ve taken away from ourselves,” he said. “And it’s funny. It’s great. Was one of the first times we talked as complete friends. And she’s great about that. I think she does [talked about out friendship] in interviews. She says she’s always grateful for the world I’ve put her into. She is happy because [Sewing Down South] and everything right now is very positive ”.