During the MTV Movie & Prêmios de TV: UNSCRIPTED that aired Sunday night, a Selling Sunset Estrela, 40, accepted her award for best reality star. In her speech, Stause expressed gratitude for the positive response she received after making her new romance public.
After thanking those involved with the show, ela disse, “Just really quick, I knew about this nomination before I had said anything about my sexuality. I’m not trying to get really deep with you guys, but the fact that this was voted on after means so much to me because I wasn’t sure how that was gonna go.”
Ela adicionou, “Muito obrigado, galera. I appreciate it.”
Stause’s ex/costar Jason Oppenheim was also in attendance, sitting with her and the other Selling Sunset cast members during the awards show.
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No início deste mês, Reservatório celebrated Pride Month by dancing to Lizzo’s viral hit “Sobre o maldito tempo” em um Instagram reel which featured a festive rainbow frame. “#HappyPrideMonth ?,” ela legendou a postagem.
The Netflix star’s new love, G Flip, 27, who is gender non-binary and uses “eles / eles” pronomes, commented on her post, escrita “YAYYYYY ??????.” Stause responded with a lipstick kiss emoji.
Reservatório, who confirmed her romance with G Flip during the Selling Sunset reunion special on Netflix, cracked a joke about coming out in May.
Em sua história no Instagram, she shared the progress of her closet remodel, dizendo, “OK, closet update, galera. Look at this. We’ve got all the marble on there now, we’ve got the rose quartz … Então, sim, it’s coming along,” antes de adicionar, “OK! I’m gonna come out of it now.”
Stause was up against Chris “CT” Pandeiro (O desafio), Lindsay Hubbard (Casa de verão), Teresa Giudice (The Real Housewives of New Jersey) and Willow Pill (RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 14) to take home the prize.
The television personality was also nominated for best fight alongside her Selling Sunset Co-estrela Christine Quinn, enquanto Selling Sunset was up for best docu-reality series.
Quinn — who’s often portrayed as the show’s villain — was not invited to the awards ceremony, a source close to the cast previously confirmed to PEOPLE.
“People were shocked she wasn’t invited,” a fonte disse. “Before this, she hadn’t been axed out or ex-communicated yet. Even in the past, she’d walk at a different time than the cast if there’s been straight up animosity, but never was she not invited.”
While MTV provides Netflix with tickets for its stars, it’s the streaming service that ultimately chooses who gets an invite. A second source familiar with the situation confirmed that “Netflix managed the ticket allotment” e “Christine was never part of that allotment.”