Chrishell Stause, star of Selling Sunset, has called out the production team’s manipulation of events to create a narrative for the show. Stause posted a collection of snake and trashcan emojis on her Instagram Story and tagged the producers’ accounts, claiming that viewers do not want “manufactured drama”. Stause has previously criticised a costar for being “fake” on set and causing drama for the cameras.
Chrishell Stause from ‘Selling Sunset’ has called out the show’s production team for manipulating things to create a narrative, tagging the producers’ personal accounts and Done and Done Productions in her social media upload.
Chrishell Stause, star of Selling Sunset, has publicly called out the production team working on the show’s sixth season, accusing them of manipulating events to create a certain narrative. Stause took to Instagram on March 11 to express her feelings, adding a series of snake and trashcan emojis to her post. She also tagged Done and Done Productions, the team behind Selling Sunset, and three personal accounts belonging to producing partners of the show.
Stause didn’t give any further information about what led to her post, but she has previously made comments about the show and its cast members. In August 2022, she wrote on Instagram about the “thirst for camera time” that some of her co-stars displayed during filming for season 6. She also accused one of her co-stars of acting “fake” and trying to start a conflict with her for the sake of screen time.
Selling Sunset features a cast of real estate agents working for the Oppenheim Group, including Stause, Jason Oppenheim, Brett Oppenheim, Mary Fitzgerald, Heather Rae El Moussa, Amanza Smith, Emma Hernan, Davina Potratz, and Chelsea Lazkani. Christine Quinn and Maya Vander were previously part of the cast, but have since left, while newcomers Nicole Young and Bre Tiesi are set to make their debut.
Stause’s comments about Selling Sunset have sparked speculation about what might be happening on set, and whether the show’s drama is authentic or manufactured. While the show has been praised for its stunning properties and gorgeous vistas, it’s clear that some aspects of the show may be more staged than viewers realize. Nonetheless, Stause’s comments are likely to attract attention to the show, as fans wait eagerly for the next season to air.