Everything You Need To Know About Selling Sunset's Newest Agent, Chelsea Lazkani

While it may feel like not too long ago that "Selling Sunset" Season 4 aired, fans probably binged it in one sitting — making the wait for Season 5 feel especially long. Now, fans finally have a date to look forward to, as Netflix announced on Twitter that Season 5 will be airing on April 22, 2022. Viewers are likely eager to get an inside look at Chrishell Stause and Jason Oppenheim's relationship, especially because the couple announced their split in February, according to Us Weekly. Not to mention, the show's resident villain, Christine Quinn, continues to entertain viewers every time she's on their screens. However, no one was anticipating that a brand new cast member would also be joining the show!

Netflix's tweet included a promo poster for the season, which featured all of the show's regulars, along with a new face that People has since identified as The Oppenheim Group's newest agent, Chelsea Lazkani. Though it's not unusual for "Selling Sunset" to introduce new faces like Amanza Smith or Emma Hernan, these women have ties to existing cast members, while Lazkani is mysteriously brand new to the group. Here's everything we know so far about the show's newest addition.

Chelsea Lazkani is proud to bring more diversity to 'Selling Sunset'

A month before the premiere of "Selling Sunset" Season 5, fans are already aware that there's a new face at The Oppenheim Group. Per People, British-Nigerian Chelsea Lazkani joined the West Hollywood agency after previously working at Los Angeles-based agency, Rodeo Realty. As her Instagram can attest, the star has taken a break from real estate to spend time raising her two children with husband Jeff Lazkani. Now, she's excited to get back into the world of luxury properties with "Selling Sunset," as she told People. "I think having the support of my husband and my family really essentially prepared me to take on this big role and this big opportunity. But for me personally, I saw this as an opportunity to really open doors in an industry that has lacked diversity and where minorities are underrated," she told the outlet.

Clearly, Lazkani takes pride in bringing some much-needed diversity to the show. "This was kind of my time to give back and to educate and really mentor and push forward Black women in this luxury sector in real estate. So just knowing that I've got a greater purpose kind of prepared me for this," she added, via People. Lazkani also took to Instagram to share her big news, writing, "The laughs, the lux, the drama, it's all there in season 5 and I can't wait for you all to see it!"