Selling Sunset star Chrishell Stause has officially moved on from Jason Oppenheim.
After being married to This Is Us actor Justin Hartley, having a fling with Dancing With the Stars costar Keo Motsepe, and briefly dating the Oppenheim Group co-owner Jason Oppenheim, Stause is now coupled up with G Flip, a nonbinary, Australian singer, songwriter, and producer.
Stause revealed her new relationship during the reunion episode of Selling Sunset season five, but not many viewers are familiar with Flip (who uses they/them pronouns), their music, and their personal life. Before Netflix hooks us in with the brand-new Selling the OC series and the sixth season of Selling Sunset, this is the perfect time to learn more about the Aussie musician that Stause is currently dating.
Despite being active as a musician since 2018 by releasing the debut single “About You,” Flip has only released one studio album thus far – 2020’s About Us. The album features their hit songs such as “Killing My Time,”,“Drink Too Much,” “About You,” and “Lover,” to name a few. On Spotify, Flip is a pretty successful artist who has over 770,000 monthly listeners.
None other than Stause herself gave Flip their latest tattoo, as shared on Instagram. This new ink reads, “Get Me Outta Here”, which appears to be the title of Flip’s upcoming single. The singer joked in the Instagram post showing off their new tattoo from Stause: “F*ck houses do ink.” Stause replied, “Found my new calling. Might open up a new shop.”
Flip took to social media to come out as nonbinary in 2021. In a since-deleted post, Flip wrote: “I’m nonbinary mother f*ckers! Big props to those who have been educating and advocating for the NB community the last few years.” The musician then explained what their preferred pronouns would be moving forward: “Looking into what it means to be nonbinary had me realize that that’s who I’ve been my entire life. Gonna use they/them pronouns from now on too.”
In 2022, Flip released a brand-new single called “Gay 4 Me” featuring Lauren Sanderson. The chorus goes, “She said she’s only gay for me / And I don’t know what to believe.” As a whole, the song talks about a woman catching feelings for Flip – which seems similar to Stause’s experience dating the Australian musician.