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Chrishell Stause and G Flip are taking their relationship to the next level: Showtime.
When the two played themselves in the results this weekend of 3 The L word: Generation Qcelebrated the event at a watch party on Sunday night with performers, fans and a special guest star, pop breakout Fletcher.
“Thank you @sho_thelword @showtime for letting us play! Gigi for the next season of #SellingSunset,” Stause, 41, joked in the caption of the sales person (portrayed by Sepideh Moafi), who he mentions in the episode.
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She and G Flip, 28, posed for photos at the event with Fletcher, 28, and season 3 star and co-star Paula Andrea Placido.
G Flip, who is non-binary and uses their own town, also shared a video from the party of the two viewers and the crowd doing their show. “Children on TV,” they wrote with a clip.
In a later photo, the couple sat outside their trailer next door. They filmed with the star Jacqueline Toboni in another.
Stause is Sunset Sale costar and Oppenheim Group partner Emma Hernan lamented in the comments section: “Omg THIS IS EVERYTHING!!!! You guys are my favorites #couplegoals”
The famous real estate agent and actress revealed that she was dating the Australian singer last May during the Netflix reality reunion episode 5, after appearing in their music video “FIND ME HERE.”
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G Flip shared their love story on PEOPLE Every Day podcast soon. “We met last year on Halloween,” they remember.
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“We all had our old friends… And then, obviously, we broke up with our friends, and we just started talking to each other,” G Flip continued. “We just found a lot in common, even though people might think we’re from different parts of the world. We find we’re very similar sometimes.”