Chrishell Stause explains his Vegas wedding to G Flip
#Chrishell #Stause #explains #Vegas #wedding #Flip Chrishell Stause explains His Vegas wedding to G Flip
Chrishell Stause’s marriage to G Flip IsThe real deal – even if it’s Not legal.
While appearance on The show “SiriusXM Hits 1 LA With Tony Fly and Symon”, The “Selling Sunset” star was asked if their Las Vegas nuptials were legally binding amid speculation that The ceremony was just for gimmicks.
“Well, to be honest, I think They all are [acting] as if that was The point. They’re like, “I’ve got you,” Stause said.
“But honestly, we knew that if we did that, we’d also hear people say, ‘Oh, you know, G wants a green card.’ Where it looks like G already Has a passport, a visa,” she continued.
The former soap opera star added that “it doesn’t matter what we do for The rest of our lives, we’re going to hear criticism so we’ve decided we’ll always do exactly what we want to do and I’m Not dropping out here to try and prove to people how serious it’s a matter or how important it was.”
“If you don’t believe it, I don’t care and that’s for The best. I don’t need your approval,” she finished.
On May 10, Stause announced that she and The Australian singer – who Is non-binary and uses their pronouns – Have said “yes” to each other after only a year of dating.
However, party six confirmed at The time that there was No record of The couple obtaining a marriage license In Clark County, Nev.
Sources later said NewsWail that while The couple IsNot legally married yet, They “plan to Have an official wedding ceremony” InThe future.
Stause and G Flip met at a 2021 Halloween party. However, only when They worked together on The singer’s music Video for “Take Me Out of Here” that They decided to explore a romantic relationship.
In fact, after Stause and G Flip got married, They got tattoos In special nod to their sweet reunion.
“OK, listen, so because we happened to meet at a Halloween party and we were both dressed like skeletons … during our weddings, G was saying, sort of, references to ‘Be Your Man,’” she explained on The radio show.