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Are ‘Flip Or Flop’ Couple Back Together? Christina El Moussa Tells All (Video)

HGTV’s separated stars looked mighty friendly on the red carpet

The very public breakup up of “Flip or Flop” hosts Tarek and Christina Moussa over the last several months took an interesting turn when they arrived together on a Hollywood red carpet and seemed happy as two clams, igniting speculation that they’ve hooked up again.

According to Christina, that hasn’t happened… nor will it.

“I have never gone back into the ‘ex’ category,” she said on Friday’s E!’s “Daily Pop.”

Despite their split, Christina said that she and Tarek are in a good place right now and working together isn’t a problem. “We’ve made a lot of progress in our relationship,” she said. “We’re just really focused on the kids, and we’re really excited to start on 15 new episodes of ‘Flip or Flop.'”

The HGTV show will return for its seventh season with Tarek and Christina El Moussa continuing their run co-hosting together. They’ve already filmed five episodes post-separation and filming will continue through the fall.

“It’s gone really good,” Christina said. “We have a great crew. We’ve worked with them for five years. They’re the funnest, nicest, coolest guys. Everything is very light on set. But this time, I think, we’re going to incorporate a little bit about what we’re each doing in our own lives into the show, so it should be interesting.”

The couple made their split official back in December, though they had been apart since last May, shortly after Christina called police after Tarek left their house after an argument and walked into the woods near their home with a gun.

The El Moussas have made more than $5 million in profits from the houses they have flipped for the show since it began in 2013.

The pair, who share custody of two kids, also run a real estate seminar, and Christina is currently writing a book.

"Flip or Flop" couple Tarek and Christina El Moussa announced this week that they've separated after nine years of marriage. The HGTV show will continue production despite the split, which might seem like the height of awkwardness -- but former romantic partners have managed to peacefully co-exist on the small screen before. Read on for TheWrap's list of TV shows that have coped with castmates who are also exes.

"One Tree Hill": Castmates Sophia Bush and Chad Michael Murray had a blink-and-you-missed marriage that ended in September 2005 with their separation after five months. Still, they managed to co-star on the series for a number of years after their split.

"Dexter": Michael C. Hall and Jennifer Carpenter, the stars of the killer Showtime series wed in 2008 but their relationship was deader than one of Dexter's victims by 2010, when they announced that they had filed for divorce. They continued on with the series through its final run in 2013, which might have been awkward -- though perhaps not as awkward as the fact that they played siblings throughout their relationship.

"The Big Bang Theory": Johnny Galecki and Kaley Cuoco, dated while also playing a couple on the series. While the relationship didn't last, they still manage to work well together on the CBS sitcom, complete with the occasional S&M-themed photo session.

"The O..C.": Rachel Bilson and Adam Brody didn't just play a couple on this Fox series -- they also carried on a romantic relationship IRL, though they called it quits in late 2006.

"Gossip Girl": Co-stars Penn Badgley and Blake Lively kept the rumor mill swirling on- and off-screen with their relationship, though they eventually split, and Lively's pants traveled elsewhere, moving on to her "Green Lantern" co-star Ryan Reynolds.

"The Vampire Diaries": Nina Dobrev and Ian Somerhalder were involved with each other in a relationship that must have sucked just a little bit, as the two eventually parted ways.

"Alias": Jennifer Garner and Michael Vartan saw plenty of each other while co-tarring on this ABC spy thriller. It wouldn't be Garner's last time hooking up with a co-star; her relationship with Ben Affleck was probably the most enduring thing to come out of "Daredevil."

"Keeping Up With the Kardashians": Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick's relationship has been on and off again pretty much throughout the series, but if anyone knows about keeping the money train chugging along, it's this krew.

"Little People, Big World": Amy and Matt Roloff, the diminutive stars of this TLC series, finalized their divorce earlier this year, but the show premiered its 12 season last month.

From “Big Bang Theory” to “Little People, Big World,” TV series that have weathered the demise of on-set amour

"Flip or Flop" couple Tarek and Christina El Moussa announced this week that they've separated after nine years of marriage. The HGTV show will continue production despite the split, which might seem like the height of awkwardness -- but former romantic partners have managed to peacefully co-exist on the small screen before. Read on for TheWrap's list of TV shows that have coped with castmates who are also exes.