‘Selling Sunset’ Chrishell Stause Sells Carrie Bradshaw’s Apartment
She can sell the sunset, but can Chrishell Stause sell Carrie Bradshaw’s apartment, the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air mansion and more fictional houses?
In honour of sell sunset season 5, we put Stause’s real estate skills to the test in a game of “Selling Sets.” The rules are simple: we’ve given Stause five iconic homes from film and TV, Friends apartment at Bachelor Mansion – and asked him to assess the real estate value of each. Long story short, Stause can earn a lot of commissions selling some of your favorite fictional characters’ homes. “I don’t think she would pick me because I would have such a hard time keeping my cool,” Stause said of whether Carrie Bradshaw would hire her over Seema Patel to find her an apartment in And just like that. “She wouldn’t like my stalker energy, but if she came with me, I’d obsessively make sure [find her an apartment]even if it was just knocking on doors and just asking if they were selling if it is in the area she wants to buy. I think I would deliver, and no one would work harder for her than me.
As fans know, Stause is one of many actors in sell sunset, the Netflix reality series about a group of real estate agents from the Oppenheim Group, a luxury real estate agency in Los Angeles. The fifth season premiered on April 22, 2022. In her cover for StyleCaster’s “Comeback” issue in March 2022, Stause opened up about how she found a career in real estate after losing her role on the soap opera. All my children and had to look for a plan B. “It was definitely an ego test. All of a sudden you go from having these hits on TV and being like, ‘Oh my God. I did it,'” she said about the transition.” Then all of a sudden you’re sitting in empty open doors and people are like, ‘Wait. Is it? No, it can’t be her. That would be weird.'”
Stause also told the story of how she was cast Sell Sunset after Oppenheim Group founder Jason Oppenheim (who was not yet her boss) met her at a party in Los Angeles and recommended her for the show to creator Adam Divello. Although Stause had reservations about reality TV being offered shows like dirty soap and The soap divasshe was convinced of it once she came out of her meeting with Divello. “He was very convincing during the meeting. He certainly knows how to sell his point. Admittedly, he relied more on the fact that it was a real estate show,” she said.
Watch the video above to see Chrishell Stause perform “Selling Sets” with StyleCaster. Check out StyleCaster’s return number here.