Selling Sunset star Chrishell Stause and non-binary partner G Flip are serious couple goals

Here's everything you need to know about Selling Sunset star Chrishell Stause and her new flame G Flip

Selling Sunset‘s Chrishell Stause has come out as queer by announcing that she is dating non-binary Australian musician G Flip.

As rumours swirled about the pair ahead of Stause confirming their relationship on Selling Sunset the Reunion on Friday (6 May), here’s everything you need to know about the couple.

Stause ended her relationship with her co-worker and boss, Jason Oppenheim, in the hit show’s final episode, announcing at the reunion that she was now with G Flip – real name Georgia Claire Flipoc.

Speaking to host Tan France, Stause said: “You don’t get to choose where you meet someone. You don’t get to choose when you meet someone in their life.

“I recently have been spending a lot of time with someone that’s very important to me. Their name is G Flip.

“They’re non-binary, so they go by they/them and they are an extremely talented musician,” Chrishell Stause said.

Chrishell Stause’s new partner G Flip (Terry Wyatt/Getty Images)

The pair reportedly met when the 27-year-old musician asked Stause to act in their music video ‘Get Me Outta Here’, which will drop on Friday (13 May).

People magazine has reported that the 40-year-old reality TV star is now living with G Flip, with a source saying “Chrishell moved them in” to her Los Angeles home.

The pair has made their relationship permanent, with G Flip posting on Instagram that Chrishell Stause had given them some new ink in the form of a thigh tattoo reading “Get Me Outta Here”.

Posting in the comments, Stause said she had “found my new calling. Might open up a new shop.”


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G Flip has previously spoken about their gender identity, stating that they struggled with “dark, confused” thoughts before coming out as non-binary.

Speaking to NME, they said: “I struggled with my sexual and gender identity for years because there wasn’t anyone that I felt could relate to me.

“I wish I had a non-binary, gay, lead-singing drummer to watch; it would’ve calmed the dark, confused voices in my head that told me I didn’t belong anywhere as my authentic self.”

They also explained using a smoothie analogy: “If strawberries were girls and blueberries were boys and you put them in a blender, you’d get a gender smoothie. I am a gender smoothie.”