Selling Sunset 6 also showed us the company’s present situation. The real estate industry is fiercely competitive.
Selling Sunset season 6 Ended on an intense note. Like previous seasons, the latest season focuses on how real estate salespeople in Los Angeles sell luxurious properties, mainly large mansions, and residences (sometimes owned by celebrities).
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Selling Sunset Season 6 Ending Explained
The season finale begins with Mary telling Jason about what transpired during the girls’ trip to Palm Springs. She discussed Chrishell and Nicole’s conflict.
The former claimed Nicole was on drugs, and in response, the latter provided a drug test to prove otherwise. On the other hand, The two females could not resolve their issues at the end of the season.
Meanwhile, Chelsea addressed her on-again, off-again dispute with newbie Bre. The former “didn’t understand” her fellow Selling Sunset cast member being in an open relationship with Nick Cannon and having a child with him.
Consequently, the two ladies had furious disagreements throughout the series, during which Bre implored her to avoid developing judgments about her family.
Chelsea sobbed when discussing the problem with Emma since she thought her issues came from a personal space when her mother abandoned her when she was young.
The celebrity figured she couldn’t form a connection with Bre since they have different takes on family life.
Meanwhile, Bre addressed her difficulties with Chelsea in a chat with Heather. She also mentioned that the latter believed Heather wasn’t a good friend to her.
Chelsea had earlier admitted that Heather solely took Bre’s side, despite knowing her for longer and having only joined the Oppenheim group and Selling Sunset.
Mary had a tough season when Jason left her to run the firm. She attempted to resolve the difficulties but could not as tensions continued rising.
Mary accused Chrishell of not being a team player at the start of the company’s penthouses, which she was in charge of. This occurred when the latter stated that the house was overvalued and that she could not contribute to its sale.
Chrishell explained that her head needed to be in the right place to go further into real estate since she wanted to focus on strengthening her connection.
So far, Selling Sunset Season 6 has been an intense watch. However, the drama will only heat up with the series renewed for a new season.
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Selling Sunset Season 6 Review: So, how is the new season?
The new season consists of 11 episodes. However, there was so much drama and tea offered that one couldn’t help but binge it.
Selling Sunset 6 also showed us the company’s present situation. The real estate industry is fiercely competitive. But who will do the labor if the ladies waste their time backbiting and catfighting? Who is going to bring in the money? Perhaps the show’s core concept is conflict, and work is secondary.
One has low hopes for shows like these. However, the new season delivers when it comes to fights and controversy. There will be instances when you will laugh at how ridiculous everyone appears to be arguing over little matters and when the luxurious, gorgeous, and big mansion will make you feel destitute.