Chrishell Stause's Unforgettable Selling Sunset Moments

From the moment she stepped foot in the Oppenheim Group, Chrishell Stause's presence shook things up. She began working at the famed real estate agency that is the heart of Netflix's "Selling Sunset" at the beginning of Season 1. While she came across as the warm, eager-to-please wife of a rising Hollywood star, things would change greatly for Stause between the show's first season and its eagerly anticipated fourth season.

Many of Stause's biggest moments on the show have been tied to her feud with castmate Christine Quinn. It was clear from the jump that Quinn and Stause didn't have much in common, but they tried to forge a friendship. 

Still, the friction was evident, especially when Stause asked some questions about co-star Mary Fitzgerald's relationship with now-husband Romain Bonnet (per Us Weekly). Quinn thought her questions were shady and called out the former soap star for them. Stause tried to make amends, only to discover Quinn had blocked her on social media.

Season 2 showed the tension between Chrishell Stause and Christine Quinn would not ease

The second season of "Selling Sunset" showed quite a few big moments for Chrishell Stause. It kicked off with more drama between Stause and Christine Quinn, who had mocked Stause at a party by serving cocktails called Chrishell's Two-Faced Tonic (per Us Weekly). Quinn didn't see the big deal and yet again dismissed Stause as dramatic.

Stause pushed herself in her professional life, deciding to try to prove her worth within the Oppenheim Group. She even talked to brothers Jason and Brett Oppenheim about expanding their real estate business into the Valley (per Film Daily). While they were skeptical about the move at first, Stause stayed dedicated to showing them the idea had potential. She brings in some serious sales that show she's far from a rookie agent. So, when the twins agreed to her proposal, it was a pretty big deal.

Chrishell Stause went through a transformative time during Season 3

Season 3 saw Chrishell Stause and Christine Quinn at different places in their lives. Quinn was falling in love and preparing to get married. Meanwhile, Stause's biggest moment came when her Oppenheim Group co-workers found out via the news that her then-husband Justin Hartley filed for divorce. 

Ahead of the show's release, Stause had to address Quinn's comments that she couldn't have been "blindsided" by the filing because she and Hartley were in counseling. "I just learned Christine is giving press 'information' about my divorce. Let me be VERY clear," Stause tweeted. "She knows absolutely nothing about the situation and is obviously desperate to gain attention by doing so. Anything from her is either a complete lie or total conjecture on her part."

Despite the drama with Quinn, Stause still attended her wedding. It was there that Davina Potratz was speaking about Stause's divorce. "So when they did that, I mean, Chrishell, she'd just had enough," Mary Fitzgerald told the Express. "And, you know, she got up and stormed out and I really, I kind of lost it on everybody."

Some of Chrishell Stause's best moments may be yet to come

Chrishell Stause has a lot going on in her life today, and we'll get glimpses of it on "Selling Sunset" Season 4. "I'm excited to kind of capture some of the things I'm working on," she told House Beautiful. "I got to put myself in my client's shoes when I just bought my home. The show gets to follow me through that process because it was a journey to get here."

There's also the fact that Stause recently revealed she's dating co-star (and boss) Jason Oppenheim. The relationship has been a big shocker for many fans of the show, who are wondering how that will impact their work environment and relationships with their other co-workers. 

"Chrishell and I became close friends and it has developed into an amazing relationship," Oppenheim told Us Weekly. "I care about her deeply and we're very happy together."