Because the couple performed themselves in a cameo on this weekend’s season 3 finale of The L Word: Generation Q, they celebrated the episode at a watch social gathering Sunday night time with forged, followers and fellow particular visitor star, pop breakout Fletcher.
“Thank you @sho_thelword @showtime for letting us play! Gigi for subsequent season of #SellingSunset,” Stause, 41, joked within the caption of a realtor character (portrayed by Sepideh Moafi), whom she mentions within the scene.
She and G Flip, 28, posed for pictures on the occasion with Fletcher, 28, in addition to season 3 star and scene companion Paula Andrea Placido.
G Flip, who’s non-binary and uses they/them pronouns, additionally shared a video from the watch social gathering of the couple and the gang reacting to their scene. “Infants on TV,” they wrote with the clip.
In a single behind-the-scenes throwback picture, the couple sat outdoors their adjoining trailer. They posed with star Jacqueline Toboni in one other.
The movie star actual property agent and actress revealed she was dating the Australian musician final Could in the course of the Netflix actuality present’s season 5 reunion episode, after showing of their music video for “GET ME OUTTA HERE.”
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G Flip shared their love story on the PEOPLE Each Day podcast shortly after. “We met last year at Halloween,” they recalled.
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“We had been each with our ex-partners then … After which, we clearly separated from our companions, and we simply began speaking and stuff,” G Flip continued. “We simply discovered a number of similarities, regardless that individuals would assume we’re from like totally different corners of the world. We discover ourselves so comparable generally.”