Hosted by Tan France, the special episode will premiere on Nov. 15 and dive deep into the tensions that sparked last season
The Selling Sunset cast is ready to hash out their drama — and possibly revive some lingering feuds — in the juicy season 7 reunion episode.
In a PEOPLE exclusive first look at the trailer for the special episode that premieres on Nov. 15 on Netflix, Queer Eye star Tan France — who also hosted the season 5 reunion episode — sits down with the Oppenheim Group agents to relive the 11-episode season with them.
The entire cast — including Brett and Jason Oppenheim, Chelsea Lazkani, Amanza Smith, Bre Tiesi, Emma Hernan, Chrishell Stause, Nicole Young, Mary Bonnet and her husband Romain — will all be in the same room again, along with a few special guests.
In the trailer, Marie-Lou Nurk — Jason’s girlfriend at the time who appeared in seasons 6 and 7 — makes her grand entrance into the room before telling the cast, “Chrishell was just a topic on camera.”
While Jason and Nurk called it quits after 10 months of dating in May, fans saw their relationship hit a bump last season after Nurk’s sit-down with Stause. Nurk accuses Stause, who also dated Jason in 2021, of still having feelings for her boyfriend, in which Stause responds that she’s “losing brain cells” from their conversation.
In another scene from the exclusive clip, Jason is shown hooked up to a lie detector test as France asks him, “Are you still in love with Chrishell?” Immediately after the loaded question is asked, Stause raises her eyebrows, Jason takes a deep breath and France’s jaw drops.
Meanwhile, a snippet of Stause commenting on her ongoing feud with season 6 newcomer Young is also shown in the trailer. Raising her finger at Young, Stause says, “You started the fire and now we’re in it, so let’s go.”
During an exclusive interview with PEOPLE following the premiere of season 7, Stause hinted at another bombshell that will be dropped during the reunion.
"There is a huge announcement that's going to be made,” she revealed, “so everyone needs to tune in for that."
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She adds: "When the season ends, people are left with a lot of questions, and the reunion's job is to not only answer those questions, but to also pick up where the current state of affairs is. You're definitely going to get the current state of affairs of every piece of the drama that we dealt with in season 7."
The Selling Sunset season 7 reunion will air on Netflix on Nov. 15 at 6 p.m. PST / 9 p.m. EST. All seasons of Selling Sunset are currently available to watch on the streaming service.
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