This Is What Chrishell Stause Has To Say About The ‘Selling Sunset’ Newbies
The reality TV buzz just keeps getting better and better.
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If you’re a fan of reality TV in general, you’re probably living your best life right now. The whole of Too Hot To Handle is available to watch on Netflix, Love Island is back on our screens each night, and Selling Sunset is making a comeback too. Not to mention all of our other reality TV binge-worthy options.
Selling Sunset will be back on our screens this year, and it’s been confirmed that some new faces will be joining the real estate group too. Netflix revealed: “Selling Sunset fans, those Oppenheim couches are getting a little more crowded in Season 4. Vanessa Villela, a Mexican-American novela star turned real estate agent and Emma Hernan, an entrepreneur who has an interesting history with the ladies have joined the cast.”
We all saw the drama unfold when Chrishell first joined the Oppenheim group, so naturally, she had a thing or two to say about Vanessa and Emma joining the cast.
Selling Sunset fans, those Oppenheim couches are getting a little more crowded in Season 4.
Vanessa Villela, a Mexican-American novela star turned real estate agent and Emma Hernan, an entrepreneur who has an interesting history with the ladies have joined the cast 🔔 pic.twitter.com/lkX9TO8eBt
— Netflix (@netflix) May 26, 2021
Speaking to Us Weekly, Chrishell shared, “obviously, it definitely stirs the pot a little bit.”
“You never know what people’s reactions are going to be,” she said, “but I’ve really enjoyed working with them.”
Of course, fans of the show will know that Chrishell didn’t enjoy working with the whole team at the brokerage. “It’s Selling Sunset, so I can’t say that’s been the case with everyone, or we wouldn’t have a show,” Chrishell added, “but they are really great.”
Given all of the drama, Chrishell revealed she felt it was her “duty” to help the newbies settle in. “Even if we weren’t filming a show, it’s a tough, competitive market,” she shared, “then, of course, you add the show to it and it just kind of amplifies everything. So I definitely felt a little bit that it was my duty to kind of help them navigate.”
Counting down the minutes until season five, tbh.
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