Rumors have been circulating that "Fixer Upper" stars Chip and Joanna Gaines are separating, but the online chatter was suddenly extinguished in one short tweet from half of the home improvement couple.
On Friday, Chip responded to a Twitter post from a fan who appears to be annoyed by the divorce rumors.
"I'm so sick of these 'stories' claiming @joannagaines and @chippergaines breaking up. Leave this couple alone they are wonderful together," Twitter user @Liason_TRTN wrote, according to The Gospel Herald.
Chip posted a tweet minutes later, saying: "Won't ever happen..you can take that to the bank! #LoveOfMyLife."
Chip and Joanna have been married since 2003 and have four children together, ages 6 to 11. The couple's show on HGTV is currently in its fourth season and has been rated as one of the most popular programs on the network.
In an interview with People magazine in February, Chip admitted that he and Joanna have faced challenges in the past, just like any married couple.
"Nothing has come easy. We've worked so hard to have this beautiful family and this farm - it really does seem like the American dream you heard about growing up," he said at the time.
"Jo and I really have created boundaries to some extent for one another and it just helps us both flourish," he added.
Earlier this year, Joanna cautioned her fans not to believe everything they read especially as fake news continue to circulate about the "Fixer Upper" couple.
She encouraged supporters who want to know what's going on to follow her and Chip's social media accounts and keep up with their blog.
"Always remember: if you're reading big, exciting news about us, and we did not confirm it on our official sites, then proceed with caution," Joanna wrote.
The Gaines couple drew controversy last year when Buzzfeed published a story that revealed that they attend a church that opposes same-sex marriage.
The article noted that the couple attends the Antioch Community Church in Waco, Texas, where the pastor, Jimmy Seibert, once preached a sermon expressing his opposition to same-sex marriage after it was legalized by the U.S. Supreme Court.
After an online mob demanded that HGTV end their show, the network released a statement assuring its viewers that it does not discriminate against the LGBT community in its programs.
The American Family Association and Family Research Council launched separate petitions calling on HGTV to stand by the Gaines couple.
Despite the controversy, "Fixer Upper" recently garnered an Emmy nomination for "Best Structured Reality Program."