Chrishell Stause has been open about the dramatic sixth season of “Selling Sunset.”
The luxury real estate Netflix reality show’s cast has never been fond of keeping things quiet or sweeping the inner workings of the Oppenheim Group under the rug. In a recent piece of Blast coverage, we looked at the latest trailer for season six (which premieres today!), and the cast does not mince words when describing the season.
At one point in the video, Stause joked, “We all need therapy.” While her castmate Mary Fitzgerald-Bonnet was on the promotional circuit for season six, she shared her anxiety over an extra dose of drama after new agent Bri Tiesi joined the cast.
One element of season six which will undoubtedly give Stause a break from the constant drama train is the addition of her new spouse and partner of a year, G Flip.
G Flip’s introduction to the “Selling Sunset” world arrived at a transitional period for Stause; she and Jason Oppenheim had broken up, and viewers had seen their relationship end on camera. She introduced her relationship with the Australian musician during the fifth-season reunion and has kept fans in the loop during the off-season on social media.
Stause And G Flip Recently Tied The Knot After One Year Of Dating!
The duo sneakily announced their significant milestone in a recent Instagram reel to celebrate the release of G Flip’s latest single. In the last shot, the team is seen kissing at the altar!
The newlyweds have been anything but silent in proclaiming their love for one another on social media, and their love for each other is appreciated amongst Stause’s castmates.
Shortly after the couple’s surprise nuptials, Stause opened up about how her partner helped manage her anxiety during the high-pressured nature of filming. Ahead of season six’s release, Stause sat down with Them magazine and shared insight into her relationship and her journey in finding and embracing her sexuality.
“If you haven’t seen G in concert, I highly recommend it,” Stause said at one point in the interview. “They’re going on tour this year, and they are, in my opinion, sexy to anybody, no matter what your sexuality is.”
G Flip Provided A Calming Presence To Their Partner On Set
Even the most casual of “Selling Sunset” viewers are likely aware of its dramatic nature; the constant underlining feeling of tension can sometimes feel like an extra Oppenheim Group agent!
G Flip’s presence on set (they will be featured on camera during the season) was incredibly helpful for Stause, who was notably found in the middle of dramatic storylines with departed cast member Christine Quinn in seasons past.
(mild season six spoilers ahead!)
The outlet reports that G Flip soothes Stause during episode one by reminding her of the highlights of her life away from work and introducing her to drumming in their studio.
G Flip reportedly tells Stause, “Chill in the peace bubble and don’t let anyone pop it,” as a tip for staying grounded in a highly-cliquey environment.
Stause doesn’t hide her feelings when telling the outlet, “Oh my gosh, if I didn’t have G while filming those two seasons, I think I would have just needed to be put in a padded room.”
The couple was also able to find a way to attempt to prevent on-camera drama from negatively affecting their relationship, which was an aspect of being so public with their relationship Stause was especially concerned about. The duo agreed only to “only film scenes that were positive and only focused on their relationship.”
“Love is a beautiful thing,” Stause added later in the interview, “and no one should stop themselves from exploring it.”
And love is the leading factor allowing Stause to look forward to a post-reality TV life with G Flip, with an idyllic vision that seems eons away from the anxiety-inducing elements of cameras and notoriety.
She described a scene in the outlet, showcasing the couple’s paradise. In addition to plenty of space for G Flip to record and play their music and for Stause’s dog to live luxuriously, Stause revealed her hope for paradise means a “quiet life” of living on a “farm.”
In the meantime, a sale for a spacious farm may be in Stause’s “Selling Sunset” future.