The reality television couple appeared to be enjoying their time in the shining California sun while they shot parts for the forthcoming run of episodes.
The real estate-centric show premiered on the Netflix streaming service in 2019, and the release date for its new season has not been set as of yet.
Stause, 40, wore an elegant red-orange dress that exposed the bottom portion of her toned legs during the shoot.
The reality television personality paired her outfit with a set of high-heeled shoes and carried a sizable bag with her as she made her way around Sunset Plaza with ‘boss beau’ Jason.
The All My Children actress added numerous elements of shine to her outfit with several pieces of jewelry.
Her gorgeous blonde hair remained free-flowing during the shoot and fell onto her shoulders and backside.
Oppenheim wore a dark blue jacket on top of a lighter button-up shirt as he spent time at Sunset Plaza.
The 40-year-old real estate broker complimented his top choices with a pair of slim-fitting jeans.
The reality television figure added an element of darkness to his clothing ensemble with a pair of leather shoes.
He is currently romantically involved with Stause, and the two were seen staying close while filming a scene.
Also seen on set was Mary Fitzgerald sported a white button-up shirt that was left open-faced and tucked into a pair of slim-fitting leather pants.
The 39-year-old reality television personality also wore a set of stylish high-heeled shoes and accessorized with numerous articles of jewelry.
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Her golden blonde hair was tied back into a loose bun as she filmed scenes for the new run of episodes.
She notably carried a pair of chihuahuas while making her way around the program’s production area.
Selling Sunset initially made its debut in 2019 and quickly gained a following with viewers.
A second season was released to the public the following May and was quickly followed by a third, which premiered that August.
The program has received largely mixed to negative reviews from critics, although it has developed a loyal fanbase.
Earlier this year, the show was nominated for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Unstructured Reality Program, although it lost to RuPaul’s Drag Race: Untucked.
During an interview with Cosmopolitan, Stause spoke about how she had to become used to working on a reality series.
‘There’s a learning curve that comes with living your life on camera, but they want to tuck away and be unnoticed—as much as that’s possible,’ she said.
She also noted that, despite the disagreements that are featured on the program, the cast was committed to doing their best as professionals.
Stause noted, ‘It feels like we all want the show to be great. It feels like Adam and his team are rooting for you. I don’t feel like these are reality producers that are rooting against you or want to see you fail.’
She did point out that she had to become accustomed to having her failures shown to the public on the program.
‘There are times that you win, and there are times that you don’t. And I feel like the camera captures all of that. With scripted television, there are no surprises. There can’t be,’ she said.
Stause added, ‘even though it’s on a more exaggerated scale, at the end of the day, when you break it down…heartbreak is all the same.’
The reality television personality then noted that she was happy to see numerous women pushed to the forefront of the program.
She expressed that ‘it’s great to watch all these women dominate a career that, for a lot of the past, has really exclusively seen men on television doing it. There’s a lot of women doing this. It was always so misrepresented on television!’
Stause concluded by expressing that, although she and her colleagues disagreed on numerous subjects, they were enthusiastic about performing well as realtors.
‘When we get along, we get along so well. There are times where we’re really great and then there are times that we aren’t. But at the end of the day, it is who we are,’ she said.Internet Explorer Channel Network