If the Property Brothers Had to Compete Against Each Other, Who Would Win?

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Yesterday was the annual City of Hope Celebrity Softball Game to help “strike out cancer.” Among the celebrities who joined some of country music’s favorite artists to band together for a great cause were HGTV’s The Property Brothers, Drew (L) and Jonathan (R) Scott.

During the pre-game green carpet interviews, we put the Scotts on the spot and asked them if they were to compete and each had to decorate his own dugout, what would they do and who would win? Try as we might, we couldn’t really get either of the guys, who were playing for Team Opry and Team iHeart, respectively, to turn against his twin. Instead, they described how different they each are, making it clear that the dugouts would be so vastly different, there would be no way to choose a winner.

Drew explained that he is really organized, so his would be focused on getting things in order. Conversely, Jonathan would dig down and build up. Seriously, y’all. Who could choose between organization and architecture?

Guys, we voted and decided that you need to come together and design one dugout instead. After all, it is for the greater good.

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