Daytime star Chrishell Hartley knows a thing or two about catfights, seeing as she's had many as Days of our Lives' Jordan Ridgeway and All My Children's Amanda Dillon. But her latest project has so many catfights, we're surprised she doesn't have scratch marks.
The Kentucky native stars in the new Netflix reality series Selling Sunset, which follows a group of elite real estate agents from the Oppenheim Group who don't take too kindly to Hartley joining the team. The series is sort of like The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, but with kickass women who spend their time selling extremely opulent Sunset Strip/Hollywood Hills homes to affluent buyers.
"I had my work cut out for me with this group," the actress teases of the drama that unfolds in season one of Selling Sunset. "My family moved and I started a new school in 9th grade. So I was the new freshman trying to fit in. This experience felt alot like that only I have better clothes."
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Netflix & Chill with me 😉 March 22nd! Trailer in my bio. I had my work cut out for me with this group 😬😅🏠 *My family moved and I started a new school in 9th grade. So I was the new freshman trying to fit in. This experience felt alot like that only I have better clothes. 😉 #Netflix #SellingSunset
Some of the other personalities featured on the reality series include Mary Fitzgerald, Davina Potratz, Christine Quinn, Maya Vander, Heather Young, Romain Bonnet, and Brett and Jason Oppenheim.
Hartley explains that it "was a stressful experience at times, but I am now an accomplished real estate agent working in the cut throat luxury market." The comment prompted Soap Central's Dan Kroll to reply, "This is awesome... but be warned that if those girls are mean to you, I might have to have some words with them!" Hartley's BFF Melissa Claire Egan (ex-Annie Chandler, AMC; ex-Chelsea Lawson, The Young and the Restless) agreed, saying, "You and me both!!"
This is awesome... but be warned that if those girls are mean to you, I might have to have some words with them!— Dan J Kroll (@DanJKroll) March 9, 2019
Hartley got her start in the daytime industry as All My Children character Amanda Dillon, which she played from 2005 to 2011. She joined DAYS as Jordan in 2013 but left the NBC soap in 2015 before taking on the short-lived role of The Young and the Restless' Bethany Bryant in 2016. The actress made the decision to re-join DAYS last year and made her return appearance on February 4. She also does real estate in addition to acting.
Check out a trailer teaser of Selling Sunset below and let us know if you'll be tuning in to the Netflix series that drops on Friday, March 22.
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