Selling Sunset star Chrishell Stause jokes she's 'coming out of the closet' after confirming romance with non-binary singer

Chrishell Stause joked about 'coming out of the closet' in an Instagram video

Chrishell Stause
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Selling Sunset's Chrishell Stause has made a joke about 'coming out of the closet' after revealing her romance with non-binary singer G Flip in the reunion episode of the hit Netflix show.

In Season 5 of Selling Sunset, we saw Chrishell's relationship with co-star and brokerage boss Jason Oppenheim blossom. But in the last episode, the couple split as Chrishell wanted a family, while Jason wasn't ready.

However, in the reunion episode, Chrishell divulged that she'd begun dating Australian non-binary star G Flip after appearing in one of their music videos.

During an Instagram video titled "closet update", the Selling Sunset star joked, "OK I'm coming out of it now!" as she showed fans around her closet dressed in a bikini.

Things appear to be serious between Chrishell and G Flip, as she has apparently already moved them into her LA home. 

And on Thursday evening, the real estate agent was pictured sharing a passionate kiss with the singer as they enjoyed a night out together.

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During season 5's reunion episode, after discussing the difficult split from Jason, Chrishell later revealed that she'd been dating G Flip.

She said, “I recently have been spending a lot of time with someone that’s very important to me. Their name is G Flip. They’re non-binary, so they go by ‘they/them,’. And they are an extremely talented musician.”

Speaking about her sexuality, Chrishell added, "Nothing's really changed for me. I'm still very attracted to very masculine energy and a good human. I hear people talk about these things and they're like, 'I knew from a young age.' 

"That's not me. I'm just, I'm very open to good energy. I don't know what my future holds. But it is a complicated issue to talk about.

"I know being in this position, we get judged constantly. But at the end of the day, I'm so happy, so if that angers someone, that's not really my problem."

We're so happy for them!

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