Chrishell Stause Has The Perfect Response To Fans Who Don't Like Her Personality

Netflix's "Selling Sunset" has everything a good reality TV show needs and then some, with petty feuds and constant fights between its starring ladies, all set to the added benefit of getting an inside view on the million-dollar real estate market of LA. The show presents Christine Quinn as its resident villain, and while she tends to embrace the role there's actually a fair few fans that would argue some of the other ladies to be bigger villains (via Cosmopolitan).

Chrishell Stause entered "Selling Sunset" as the innocent "new girl" joining the brokerage, and she clashed with a few of the ladies but has now settled in to her own friendship group that conveniently used to be Quinn's. Season 4 of the show actually faced a fair bit of backlash. While the season was certainly entertaining, fans felt there was an overall "mean girls" energy to the season with a lot of the pettiness being tiresome (via Buzzfeed News). A cast member that definitely got a fair bit of her own backlash was Stause.

Chrishell Stause agrees with haters

Chrishell Stause has always played the roll of the bubbly, innocent, friendly woman amongst the cattiness of "Selling Sunset." However, after Season 4 fans began to doubt her genuineness and question whether she was as sweet as she seemed at first. One fan took to Twitter to share her thoughts, saying, "People aren't ready for this conversation but Chrishell is another mean girl. She just hides it better by using her baby voice and extra sweet persona."  

While countless fans seconded her thoughts, Stause decided to address fans concerns with a Tweet of her own. She funnily shared, "When people watch #sellingsunset [and] get annoyed by my personality. Honestly, same. I think years of auditioning clicks a weird part of my brain when speaking to camera to be 'ON' and I am working on it. Lol. But girl just relax. By the time we're cancelled I'll get it." 

Well, while some celebrities tend to clap back, Stause took the inspired approach of simply agreeing with her haters which is definitely unique and entertaining.