Selling Sunset's Chrishell Stause discusses her relationship and sexuality in new video

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  • Chrishell Stause has opened up about her sexuality after confirming her romance with Australian singer G Flip.
  • Strause addressed her followers' questions about their relationship in a video posted to Instagram.
  • She ended the clip by saying that she's just enjoying life and is "really happy" right now.


After confirming her romance with Australian singer G Flip, Selling Sunset star Chrishell Stause has opened up about her sexuality.

In a video posted to Instagram on Tuesday, Strause said there was "context missing" from the show's reunion episode – which premiered on Netflix on Friday – while breaking down the "deep connection" between herself and G Flip and addressing her followers' questions about their relationship.

"I just felt in this situation it might be nice to give some context," Stause said at the start of the video. "At this point, I think some of you are confused or worried or all of the things."

Saying, "You don't get to choose when you come into someone's life," Stause added that G Flip has "opened my eyes to what that future could look like" following her breakup with boss Jason Oppenheim last year.

"For me, it is about the person. It is about their heart," the reality TV star said, adding, "I am attracted to masculine energy, and I don't really care what the physical form is."

Acknowledging G's identity and use of they/them pronouns, Chrishell continued, "Everyone is different, but for them, they really feel like they are a mix. They identify on both sides of male/female. So, that's one of those things I personally find [to be] such a beautiful mix, and it's probably why we did connect on such a deep level so quickly."

Stause ended the clip by saying that she's just enjoying life and is "really happy" right now.

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Both Oppenheim and G Flip commented on the video shortly after it was shared.

Alongside a heart emoji, Oppenheim commented, "Such a beautiful video," while G Flip added, "Well said beautiful."

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