Heather Rae Young is proud to be a part of the “Selling Sunset” team!
The Anaheim native, best known for her unparalleled beauty and skills as a real estate broker on the hit Netflix reality TV series, recently shared her appreciation for her program.
Taking to her Instagram Story, the 34-year-old showed love to the streaming platform and her co-stars for bagging a nomination at the upcoming 74th Primetime Emmy Awards.
Heather Rae Young Celebrates ‘Selling Sunset’ Second Consecutive Emmy Nomination
The annual Emmy Awards ceremony is right around the corner, where the best of TV are celebrated for their outstanding performances and intriguing shows.
The prestigious trophy stood as a symbol of peer recognition in the entertainment business, and earning a nomination showed that a program or entertainer stood at the pinnacle of the ever-growing industry.
Given the status of the award, Young’s reaction to “Selling Sunset” snagging a second consecutive Emmy nomination was not misplaced, as the TV personality and her co-stars deserved a pat on the back.
The reality TV series was nominated for the Outstanding Unstructured Reality Program category alongside famous shows like “Below Deck Mediterranean,” “Love on the Spectrum USA,” “Cheer,” and “RuPaul’s Drag Race: Untucked!”
Marking this stellar achievement, the 34-year-old blonde beauty shared a video of herself rocking an all-white outfit consisting of a suit jacket and a camisole.
The Anaheim native completed the formal theme by styling her long hair away from her face and down her neck, giving fans a good view of her flawlessly toned skin.
Keeping her makeup simple, the former Playboy Playmate accessorized with gold hoop earrings, a gold necklace, and several bracelets while donning pink nail polish.
In the clip, Young announced the big news, gushing happily about how “excited and proud” she was for her Netflix and “Selling Sunset” family.
The entertainer stated that she would celebrate the Emmy nomination by doing a few interviews and implored her social media followers to check the news outlets.
Keeping the joyful spirit going, the real estate agent also shared a post by Davina Potratz, one of her co-stars, who marked the program’s nomination by uploading an image of the “Selling Sunset” cast.
In the picture, the female stars looked stunning in all-white ensembles while the men wore all-black outfits. Potratz captioned the sweet snap with her gratitude for a second Emmy nomination, which Young echoed by tagging the post:
“Yesssssss 2nd Emmy nomination 🙏🙏😊🤍 @netflix #sellingsunset.”
The good news kept piling up for the “Selling Sunset” crew as TVLine revealed that Netflix had renewed the real estate-centered series for two more seasons.
The renewal included Seasons 6 and 7, with the production for Season 6 starting later this summer. For those unaware, the show followed the lives of realtors at the famous Oppenheim Group.
The Netflix program revolved around the drama in the competitive company, run by twin brothers Jason and Brett Oppenheim, who hired the best agents to sell multi-million dollar properties to high-end clients in Los Angeles.
After the program’s successful streak, Netflix announced that a spinoff “Selling The OC” would debut on August 24, where new agents shall try to withstand the pressure of working in the Oppenheim brother’s Orange County office.
The Miss February Titleholder And Tarek El Moussa Are Excited To Have Their Own Show
Last month, The Blast reported that Young and her husband, Tarek El Moussa, would showcase their romance and real estate skills on the small screen.
The lovebirds, who tied the knot in an intimate ceremony in October 2021, are set to star in a new HGTV show, “The Flipping El Moussas,” which will air in 2023.
After her spouse found fame by working with his ex-wife Christina Haack on the network’s “Flip or Flop” series, the blonde beauty was excited to start a new TV journey with her man.
The 34-year-old broke the news on Instagram, where she uploaded a series of pictures of the couple posing at different houses alongside a heartwarming caption.
The Anaheim native revealed that the dynamic duo had always wanted to have their own show, noting that the pair would not only be the main cast but also the executive producers of the upcoming program.