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"New agents = new drama. Season 4 of Selling Sunset premieres 24 November," they tweeted.
In the trailer, we are introduced to two new agents - Emma Hernan and Vanessa Villela.
Emma is a model, angel investor and the CEO of EmmaLeigh&Co. According to her Instagram bio, she also works as an agent for the Oppenheim Group.
The second new cast member is Mexican-American telenovela star Vanessa, who has decided to swap house television sets for real life houses in the world of real estate. She also has a collection of swimwear items in collaboration with Lascivious.
And it seems like there's going to be some major drama with Emma and OG cast member Christine Quinn.
"She was with Christine's ex," we hear in the trailer.
While Christine says: "They were engaged two months after we broke up."
There also appears to be some drama with Christine and Mary Fitzgerald who are “not in a good place,” according to Mary.
“Things have happened that mean we aren’t on good terms,” Mary told the Daily Star. “You can’t be friends with everybody. And although Christine and I have been close in the past, things have changed. It wasn’t healthy.”
And fans cannot wait for the show to return, with one writing on Twitter: "Omg. I am so ready. Bring on the houses and the glammmmmmmm."
While another said: "IT'S HAPPENING"
Netflix confirmed earlier this year in March that Selling Sunset would be back for two more seasons with cast members Jason and Brett Oppenheim, Chrishell Strause, Christine Quinn, Mary Fitzgerald, Romain Bonnet, Heather Rae Young, Amanza Smith, Maya Vander and Davina Portratz set to return.
The show follows a group of real estate agents working in Los Angeles' luxury and lucrative property market. Season 4 drops on Netflix on 24th November.
We're cancelling all plans to binge watch this!
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