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Selling Sunset star Jason Oppenheim has revealed he has no plans to be in a relationship after his split from co-star Chrishell Stause.
The real estate broker, 45, made the revelation on This Morning when he discussed filming emotional scenes for the season five reunion. Watch below:
The pair's relationship, which played out on the hit Netflix show, ended in December 2021 because they couldn't agree on when they wanted children.
He said of the emotional scenes between the pair: "I wouldn't say it's uncomfortable filming that side [of my life]."
Oppenheim went on to explain that he has no plans to have another relationship play out on the show.
"I never expected that, but I think it was easier with Chrishell but it was difficult. I have no plans of filming another relationship…. or being in one for that matter," he said.
The reality star also opened up about the split on Instagram, describing his 40-year-old ex-partner as 'the most amazing girlfriend I've ever had' and 'it was the happiest and most fulfilling relationship of my life.'
However, the pair couldn't make it work because they ultimately had 'different wants'.
"While Chrishell and I are no longer together we remain best friends and will always love and support one another," he asserted.
While Oppenheim has no plans to date again, Stause has already found a new partner in Australian rapper G Flip.
Oppenheim took the opportunity to share how happy he is for his ex.
"They seem like a bad ass for one and seeing her smile the last couple of minutes makes me very happy. I'm proud of you," he said.
Oppenheim's revelation comes after Netflix announced last week that Selling Sunset has been renewed for a sixth and seventh season.
He said of the show's popularity: "I guess it just checks a lot of boxes for people."
The real-estate broker then explained that filming on the new series should begin during the coming weeks.
"You wouldn't come over here and open a Selling UK or Selling Europe?" asked This Morning co-host Holly Willoughby.
"Honestly, it took me two or three days to get over my jetlag so I don't know if I can keep coming out," he said. "Your real estate is so different.
"It's more like an estate agent and they're paid a salary. Flat no from me. I want to be based on commission.
"I think things would have to transform dramatically for me to be interested."