After confirming her relationship with artist G-Flip, Selling Sunset’s Chrishell Stause has really gone from one to 100 as the love interest in the singer’s latest music video Get Me Outta Here.
And from the leather dress, total dom vibes coming from the realtor, to the hot and heavy make-out sessions, we think we just need a minute to lie down.
On Thursday Aussie artist G-Flip released their latest music video, following some teasing of girlfriend Chrishell’s appearance.
Chrishell, 40, recently revealed she has a ‘deep connection’ with G-Flip, 27, and, well, that is more than evident as they got around a convenience store making out on the shelves and doing a little bit more making out on a couch before making out in the middle of a filming circle.
The song is a vibe too, no doubt.
Really reminding us she was an actress before venturing into real estate, Chrishell features prominently in the music video, also lip synching along to the track.
The PDA game is strong with these two, folks, and, by George the people are here for it.
One punter replied under the YouTube clip: ‘Chrishell giving v much dom fem n im here for it .. go queen.’
Giving our Selling Sunset icon all the support, another wrote: ‘AGGGHHH SCREAMING OKAY CHRISHELL LIVE YOUR BEST LIFE!!!!!!! AND THIS SONG IS GOOD!!!!!’
A little calmer, one mused: ‘Song is a banger and the chemistry is on point,’ as another chimed in: ‘G is awesome and Chrishell is the perfect video vixen. Rockstars all around.’
Explaining the message behind the song, G said: ‘GET ME OUTTA HERE was written about getting hurt by someone and then being so emotionally done with the drama that you just walk away, peace out, and have literally no f****s to give anymore.
‘It was an incredible shoot with an amazing team, including having Chrishell star in it with me. And, I’m proud to say 80% of the crew on set for the video are queer.’
During the explosive Selling Sunset season five reunion, Chrishelll finally confirmed she was dating the Australian musician after her split from Jason Oppenheim, which stunned no one more than Maya Vander.
Already, she’s found her ‘new calling’ after tattooing G Flip and shared a pretty hysterical video of her metaphorically – and quite literally – coming out of a closet.
During the reunion, which was hosted by Queer Eye’s Tan France, Chrishell told her co-stars: ‘Recently I met someone who is in a different place in their life as well.
‘You don’t get to choose when you meet someone in their life. Recently I met someone who is in a different place in their life as well…’
She continued: ‘I’ve been spending a lot of time with someone who is very important to me, they’re called G Flip, they’re non-binary so they go by they/them.
‘They’re an extremely talented musician and it all started because I was going to be in their video.’
Later addressing the relationship on social media Chrishell explained she is attracted to ‘masculine energy’ and ‘does not care about the physical form’.
After fans she described as ‘worried and confused’ asked about her new relationship, she said this week: ‘I don’t know what that [my future] will end up looking like, but I do feel I will attribute the fact that I have so many more options and things in my future.
‘I know that some of you won’t agree with this or understand this, but for me, it is about the person, it is about their heart.
‘Yes, there’s that part of you of what you’re attracted to, but for me, I am attracted to masculine energy, and I don’t really care what the physical form is.’
She went on: ‘With G, I wish we were in the same stage of our lives. That doesn’t diminish the deep connection we have made. And the way they have opened my eyes to what it could look like.
‘I don’t know what it would look like, but i’ll attribute the fact I have so many more options.’
Alongside the video, Chrishell explained that she was aiming to help those ‘open to learning’.
She wrote: ‘For those that are open to learning (you’re awesome) sex is anatomical and gender is how someone identifies. These two are often confused.
‘There are many more qualified people to speak on this but maybe I can be the bridge to those of you open to understanding.’