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In particular, Chrishell Stause and the other agents at the brokerage always seemed to have something to say about Christine Quinn.
But Chrishell has spoken out about chats being blown "out of proportion" in the editing room.
In an Instagram post's caption, Chrishell celebrated the success of season four of Selling Sunset: "#4 show worldwide!!! Thanks so much for watching everyone!!! Woke up to the news that we are the #1 show in 19 different countries, and we’ve moved up to the #4 show on Netflix, Worldwide which is in 192 countries!
Some of you love us, some of you hate us, but you are definitely watching!! 😳😳 Very grateful🙏🏼🥰💃🏻".
However, one viewer wasn't afraid to share their true thoughts in the comment section: "I’m on episode 9, not crazy about season 4 but still love the show looking forward to season 5."
Chrishell chose to reply to the comment and gave a surprising answer: "Agreed. Not my fav. Annoying to be asked to address things and then show it like that’s all we talk about when so many times we were asked to. But I guess that’s what we signed up for.
"But I assure you, this is very out of proportion to what we actually discuss when together. I am hopeful season 5 they will take this into account when editing.
"Let’s focus more on more important things🙏🏼 Drama gets exhausting🤷🏻♀️".
Fans replied to Chrishell's comment, mainly in support.
One viewer responded: "Girl I can imagine! That’s TV though I suppose...just sucks that it was portrayed that way. Drama sells and yes drama is exhausting!
"I wish they would have focused more on each of your individual lives because there’s so much that all of you ladies bring to the table that still would have made for great tv!! Anyway, congrats on your house and new love❤️...I’ll still be tuning into season 5. All the best beautiful lady!"
While another follower commented: "Totally agree! I liked the former seasons because it appeared somewhat more ‘real’.
"This is more like a high school drama fest and made them look catty, mean and immature. Too bad because it had potential. "Come on producers - get it together!"
With this in mind, let's see how season five plays out...
Selling Sunset is available to stream on Netflix.
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