Selling Sunset's Chrishell Stause says it's 'painful' to watch ex-husband Justin Hartley date again

Selling Sunset's Chrishell Stause says it's 'painful' to watch ex-husband Justin Hartley date again

SELLING Sunset's Chrishell Stause says that it "stung" to see her ex-husband move on so quickly.

The 39-year-old, who is competing in the latest season of Dancing With The Stars, spoke of her pain at the split from This Is Us actor Justin Hartley.

“I feel like anybody would be heartbroken to see how quickly or easily you are replaced; of course that’s going to sting,” she told People on Wednesday.

The glamorous realtor was seen on Netflix's Selling Sunset having her heart broken when Hartley filed for divorce and ended their marriage over text message.

Hartley, 43, who is now dating his former The Young and the Restless co-star Sofia Pernas, 31.

Chrishell says it's time for her to get back in the dating game.


“It’s been almost a year, so I'm excited to get back out there. I’m a hopeless romantic, so I think it can still happen,″ she told the publication.

She continued: "It’s 2020, maybe you could meet your person through an Instagram DM. I don’t know. Crazier things have happened!"

The star said it's not the first setback she's suffered.

“I’ve had to start over so many times in my life,” she told People. “I always know how to look at the bright side because there’s been a lot of dark.”







Chrishell suffered further heartache in July when her mother, Ranae died of lung cancer, reports People, and her father, Jeff, had succumbed to the same disease in April 2019.

“It’s almost an ungrievable loss,” she says of the deaths. “The other loss [her divorce], you can slowly recover and get over. This one just feels like I’m adapting, as opposed to getting over it.”

The former actress said that she dropped her Hartley surname to give herself a clean break.

"I'm not trying to be somewhere I'm not wanted," she said.

The star, who is partnered with Gleb Savchenko on season 29 of DWTS, said she's finding the positive after a tough year.

"I'm very happy, I'm in such a great place and I'm so grateful for everything," she told them.

It's taken some work (and therapy) to get there, but, she adds: "I'm exactly where I'm supposed to be."

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