Namely because we love (virtually) looking around massive houses and also are addicted to Netflix, Selling Sunset is pretty much our dream show. The streaming service dropped the second series of the show last weekend, which sees two of the real estate agents get married and a lot of luxury properties join the market. But what we're really here for is the drama, aren't we? Mainly thanks to Christine, there are some preeeetty dramatic Selling Sunset arguments.
When Christine and Chrishell fell out over Mary and Romain's relationship
In the season finale of Selling Sunset series 1, Davina and Christine repeatedly accused Chrishell of being "two-faced" for gossiping about Mary's relationship behind her back. Christine laid into Chrishell over a private conversation that Chrishell had had with Davina about Mary and Romain's relationship, their ten-year age gap, and whether Mary fully financially supports Romain.
It all ended with Christine calling Chrishell a "b*tch who must own a Sunglasses Hut because she is so f*cking shady." Ouch!
When Christine named a drink after Chrishell at her party - and didn't invite Chrishell
Chrishell confronted Christine over the fact she told the other estate agents not to like Chrishell's Instagram posts, and had a cocktail called "Chrishell's Two Faced Tonic" at a party Chrishell wasn't invited to. Christine's response is that Chrishell didn't invite her to a party, only for Chrishell to point out the parties were on the same night.
When Davina made fun of Romain's engagement ring for Mary
Much of Selling Sunset season two was focussed around the fact Romain didn't want to invite Davina to his wedding with Mary, because she had made a snarky comment over the fact he didn't propose with a diamond, but rather a moissanite.
What played out was an awkward situation for both the estate agents and Romain, when Christine revealed to Davina that she was about to be uninvited from the wedding, before Mary had a chance to tell her herself. Agh.
When Amanza didn't invite Christine to Mary's second hen-do
Mary's first hen-do might've been filmed for Selling Sunset, but Christine, Heather and Maya weren't happy about the fact she had a second one without telling them. Both Amanza and Chrishell attended, and later had a fairly awkward encounter trying to explain that it was a spontaneous get together.
Amanza later told the Express, "We tried to say it wasn't planned and that's fine. I don't know if I said on camera that it wasn't planned, but they [Mary and Chrishell] did.
"But I'll take the fall. I absolutely planned it, 100 percent, and I even sent out a text message and I think it read something along the lines of 'if you're receiving this text message, it's because you are no drama, and I would like to welcome you to my home for a small bachelorette party for Mary'. I don't care, people can say what they want. She's been my best friend for 20 years."
When Amanza advised Heather about meeting her boyfriend's children
Amanza and Heather also had a bit of a falling out in the second season when the former tried to dish out some advice to the latter over when she met her boyfriend's children. "It terrifies me how fast you have met those kids," Amanza told Heather, explaining that if
it doesn't work out, it can be damaging for children to meet their parent's partners.
"Excuse me — when what doesn't work out?" Young asks defensively. "It is going to work out. We are very serious. We are going to move in together, and we are moving forward with everything. I'm glad that you are worried about my boyfriend's children."
This makes us so excited for Selling Sunset season 3.
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