Chrishell Stause couldn't help but smile when she hosted a Friendsgiving dinner earlier this month. Though the blonde babe got divorced from Justin Hartley in 2019, she is now doing better than ever.
Case in point: she is one of the lead stars on Netflix's hit series Selling Sunset, competed on Dancing With the Stars and found love with her boss, Jason Oppenheim.
Clearly, the reality star is doing big things.
Scroll through the gallery below to see Stause's cute dress!
Some of Stause's coworkers — Amanza Smith, Davina Potratz, Emma Hernan and more — attended the shindig, and Hannah Ann Sluss, who competed for Peter Weber's heart on The Bachelor, looked gorgeous in a brown latex dress.
Cheers! The gals looked like they were having a grand old time.
"Nothing but smiles and laughs last night celebrating Friendsgiving with these beautiful and strong boss babes! 🥂 You all inspire me 💖⭐️," Sluss wrote.
"Ahhh love this!!!!" Stause replied.
Stause always looks good — and it's all thanks to PrettyLittleThing!
"Time to trade in my skirt for sweats bc I am gonna be binging #sellingsunset on the couch soon! 🥳Who’s with me?! 💖🦄," she captioned some photos of herself in their apparel.
On November 24, season 4 of Selling Sunset dropped on Netflix, and Stause is excited for others to continue watching her journey unfold.
"Soap ladies unite! 😆*Soap divas I was referring to were actually all men FYI 😆😜*Season 4 is NOW STREAMING on #Netflix #SellingSunset 🥳🔔," she quipped.
"As long as something is fun and you’re enjoying it and it’s challenging you, then I’m there and I’m happy to do it. And of course there will be obstacles, but I think that’s the key," she said of her career. "I want to have fun and I love being successful and doing really well with work."
For now, Stause wants to be able to juggle many different things.
"As long as all of those things align and the show wants to keep filming, let’s do it. If something happens where it’s no longer all of those things, then of course that would be different," she said. "I think it has the potential to go on for a long time," she said.