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Christina Desperate To Cancel ‘Flip Or Flop’ As Season 7 Comes To An End

Apr. 5 2018, Updated 10:11 a.m. ET

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Christina El Moussa is sick of filming Flip or Flop with her ex-husband Tarek, a source exclusively dished to RadarOnline.com.

The tension between the exes – whose divorce was finalized in January – is so bad on set that Christina wouldn’t even mind if it ended for good, according to a source.

“Christina doesn’t want to do the show anymore,” the insider told Radar.

As for Tarek? The father of two has been telling friends he wants it to continue for as long as it can!

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“Hell yeah Tarek wants it to keep going!” said the source. “He wants to do it because of the money.”

As Radar previously reported, rumors that Flip or Flop was coming to an end began circulating earlier this year when Tarek started his own side gig.

However, on Tuesday, Christina’s ex told fans the HGTV stars were reaching the “finish line” of filming season 7. He invited fans to come visit one of the homes they fixed up because it was “one of our final open houses,” he wrote.

As Radar readers know, Christina’s relationship to hunky British boyfriend, Ant Anstead, has been heating up in recent weeks – so much so that she’s already introduced him to her kids!

What’s more is the two recently took a lavish overseas vacation to Anstead’s hometown in the U.K., and then jetted off to South Africa for a safari. A source previously told Radar that Anstead “could be the one” Christina marries next.

Meanwhile, Tarek is just “having fun” and is not tied down to one woman, a source confirmed to Radar. Recently, the reality star admitted that the depression he suffered after splitting from Christina was “worse than cancer.”

The reality stars have yet to make an announcement regarding the fate of their home renovation show.

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