The cast of Selling Sunset will soon be back on our screens for a dramatic season 7 reunion.


And one topic sure to be covered is the feud between Marie-Lou Nurk and her then-boyfriend Jason Oppenheim's former flame, Chrishell Stause.

Talking about the special, Chrishell previously teased to People Magazine that "there is a huge announcement that's going to be made, so everyone needs to tune in for that".

She added: "I'm looking forward to people watching,"

Chrishell shot to fame in the first season of Selling Sunset when she joined the firm, and her onscreen drama with Christine Quinn soon became a big plot line for the show.

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Christine left the show after season 5, with Nicole Young becoming a new source of drama for Chrishell in season 6.

Away from her success on the show, Chrishell is also in a relationship with her partner G Flip, who she got married to earlier this year.

In season 7 of the reality TV show, Chrishell opened up about her health issues, revealing she underwent surgery to remove an ovarian cyst.

Here's everything you need to know about the Selling Sunset star, including who her partner is.

Who is Chrishell Stause?

Selling Sunset: Season 5. Pictured: Chrishell Stause in episode 2 of Selling Sunset: Season 5. Cr. Courtesy Of Netflix © 2022
Chrishell Stause in Selling Sunset. Netflix

Age: 42

Twitter: @Chrishell7

Instagram: @chrishell.stause

Born Terrina Chrishell Stause, Kentucky-raised Chrishell has a well-established career as an actress alongside her work as a real-estate agent. The star is best known for her roles as Amanda Dillon and Jordan Ridgeway on American soap operas All My Children and Days of Our Lives.

Appearing in the original cast of Selling Sunset back in 2019, Chrishell was previously in a relationship with her co-star and boss Jason Oppenheim for five months until December 2021.

However, the exes are friendly, with the mogul taking to Instagram to congratulate his former partner on her new marriage to G Flip.

“I am SO excited for this!!” Jason wrote. “You and G are the most inspiring couple and the affection between you both is so pure. I love you two tonnes and am so lucky to have you both in my life.”

But her string of high profile romances doesn’t stop there: Chrishell was also briefly engaged to Glee star Matthew Morrision in 2006, and was married to American actor Justin Hartley for just over three years from October 2017. Their divorce was finalised in February 2021 after seven years together.

While she has previously dated and been wed to men, Chrishell has revealed of her sexuality: “For me, I am attracted to masculine energy and I don’t really care what the physical form is.”

She added to host Tan France in Selling Sunset’s reunion episode: “You don’t get to choose where you meet someone. You don’t get to choose when you meet someone in their life.”

Who is Chrishell Stause’s partner G Flip?

G Flip and Chrishell at an event.
G Flip and Chrishell. Getty Images

Age: 30

Twitter: @gflipmusic

Instagram: @gflip

It seems Australian singer-songwriter G Flip – who was born Georgia Flipo – was born to be a star when they began playing the drums at just nine-years-old.

Their debut album About Us was released in August 2019, and they have won awards such as the ARIA Emerging Artist Scholarship and Breakthrough Independent Artist of the Year at the Australian Independent Record Labels Association.

G Flip identifies as non-binary, and uses the pronouns they/them.

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Chrishell Stause health

In season 7, Chrishell revealed she underwent surgery to remove an ovarian cyst. Back in February, she updated her fans about the procedure.

"I get my stitches out tomorrow, I had an ovarian cyst removed," the 41-year-old revealed in an interview with E! News.

She added: "All is well, I'm just a little bit on the mend, but I expect to be right back at it, get these stitches out, and hopefully I'm going to be good as new."

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