The Cast Of "Selling Sunset" Appeared At The People's Choice Awards Amid Their Ongoing Feud After Chrishell Claimed She Had To "Threaten Legal Action" Against Christine

"I live for it. I love being the villain and I wouldn't have it any other way."

The cast of Selling Sunset reunited on the red carpet of the People's Choice Awards on Tuesday night, although there was still a clear divide between some of the costars following the drama that aired in the latest season of the show.

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Chrishell, Mary, Emma, and Romain all posed together upon their arrival, proving that their bond on the show is still going strong.

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Heather and her husband, Tarek, were also in attendance.

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Meanwhile, the center of every Selling Sunset drama, Christine, appeared to arrive separately from her costars, posing alone on the red carpet.

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Of course, in typical Christine fashion, the flashy real estate agent threw a little bit of shade at her costars in an interview, calling them "obsessed" and responding to jokes that she carried the entire last season.

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"Honestly, it was Mariah Carey 'Obsessed,'" she told Laverne Cox when asked about her costars constantly talking about her. Responding to a joke about carrying the season on her back, she added: "If you have a good chiropractor recommendation, please let me know 'cause it was exhausting, even for me."


And when asked if she enjoyed being the center of attention, Christine didn't shy away from her villain title, explaining that she "wouldn't have it any other way."

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"Do I think I'm the drama? No, I don't think I'm the drama... maybe I'm the drama," she said, seemingly quoting a meme from TikTok. "Yeah, I live for it. I love being the villain and I wouldn't have it any other way."

Christine's comments come after Chrishell slammed her costar in a recent interview with Vulture, accusing her of leaking false stories and having to threaten legal action.

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"Unfortunately, with our show, when things happen in the press sometimes, they don't want to break the fourth wall and we can't say things clearly," Chrishell revealed when the interviewer said they felt like they were missing context during some of the heated arguments. "I felt that way when I watched as well."

"She tried to plant a false story when I was going through my divorce and I had to have both sides confirm that it wasn't true and then threaten legal action," she continued. "This was right after my mom died. It was a lot on my plate and kicking someone while they're down and trying to spread a rumor that I was hooking up with someone. Both parties knew that is not what happened."

Chrishell went on to claim that she had spent "thousands of dollars in legal fees" before further accusing Christine of meddling in her private life once more.

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"To try and even put that out there at a time where everybody was wondering what happened and I lost my mom — to me that's so below the belt," she said. "And this isn't the first time I dealt with something on this level. She did it again recently, trying to say that me and Jason were happening before, and it's just not true.

"You can understand how that really could take someone down and ruin them when everyone on the internet is trying to figure out what happened," she added. "She takes it as an opportunity to fill in some blanks that were blatantly untrue. It was many steps too far for me."

BuzzFeed News has reached out to reps of Christine for comment on Chrishell's claims.

"I think some accountability would go a long way with the group," Chrishell went on, speaking of the divide between the costars. "I don't think it looks good that a bunch of people are at their wit's end and then it's one person over here."

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"But it's also the bed that you made. If you came to people and said, Listen, I did that. I was in a bad place and I messed up, I think that would go a long way," she finished. "But there's been none of that, and then continued behavior. I get it, the viewers want us to get along and they want this to go away and I couldn't possibly feel more of the same way, but when you get into the minutiae of what has really happened behind the scenes, it's a tough bridge to rebuild."

You can read Chrishell's full interview with Vulture here.

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