Selling Sunset might have more than its fair share of drama. But that doesn’t mean that the contestants aren’t people we cannot relate to. More often than not, seeing these reality television stars live in luxury makes us feel detached from the show and its characters. But Chrishell Stause, one of the most popular agents of Selling Sunset, is beginning to stand out. She reveals things about her life in her new book that made her more relatable and human than ever.
What is Chrishell Stause’s book about, and is it related to Selling Sunset?
As fans would have gathered from the episodes of Selling Sunset on Netflix, Chrishell Stause hasn’t been very lucky these past few years. Christine Quinn gave birth to a beautiful child and grew infinitely in her career. But, Stause has had many drawbacks.
To begin with, Stause wasn’t born in an affluent household, something viewers wouldn’t have expected, having seen her live a life full of luxury through the course of Selling Sunset. This reality television star was born in a small town in Kentucky and found her way to Los Angeles. She did so through “a little work” as mentioned in the title of her book Under Construction: Because Living My Best Life Took a Little Work.
Apart from her immensely successful career, Chrishell Stause has had many breakups that media houses made public. From her divorce with Justin Hartley that media houses focused on for the longest time, to her relationship and subsequent break-up with Jason Oppenheim, her private life wasn’t kept very private, something that fans sympathize with, as much as resonating with her for.
She gets real about all of these and more in her memoir. It is available on Amazon. Interested fans can also order a Kindle or audiobook version for free!
Time to get your own copy of Under Construction: Because Living My Best Life Took a Little Work, a memoir of Chrishell Stause and her time at Dancing with the Stars and Selling Sunset. Also, don’t forget to stream the latest season of the Netflix Original, too!