With Selling Sunset set to return in a matter of weeks, not to mention all the Selling Sunset spin-offs on the way—what better time to find out which Selling Sunset star is the highest earner on Instagram?
If you haven’t seen the show—what's your excuse?—it’s the perfect balance of glamour and drama. The show follows The Oppenheim Group, a real estate agency that sells homes to the rich and famous in LA. Viewers are allowed to take a peek into multi-million dollar homes, and like all good reality shows, we also get to see the cast gossip and fight, all the time.
In the last few seasons alone we saw Chrishell Stause go through a messy divorce, Christine Quinn get married in a very extravagant ceremony, and witnessed some epic fallouts—so it’s safe to say we’re pretty excited for the next installment.
But who out of the glamourous agents is the most influential and highest-earning on Instagram?
According to TopMobileCasino (opens in new tab), who analyzed the cast's profiles, the answer may actually surprise you. The highest earner, through sponsored posts, is none other than Chrishell Stause—who is actually dating co-star Jason Oppenheim.
Chrishell earns, on average, £4,203 per sponsored post and has over 2.1 million followers on Instagram—the most out of all of her co-stars.
Christine Quinn takes the second spot with an average of £3,888 per post and two million followers, with Heather Rae Young closely behind in third, earning over £3,500 per post.
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Mary Fitgerald is in fourth, with Jason Oppenheim just behind her in the fifth spot, earning £2,461 for his post. And if you were wondering, his twin brother Brett is all the way down in the eighth position!
The lowest earner of the whole Selling Sunset cast is actually Davina Potratz, who earns just £474 compared to her co-stars.
See the full list Instagram rich list below:
- Chrishell Stause: £4,203.87
- Christine Quinn: £3,888.93
- Heather Rae Young: £3,587.87
- Mary Fitzgerald: £2,571.43
- Jason Oppenheim: £2,464.01
- Maya Vander: £2,404.90
- Amanza Smith: £1,438.80
- Brett Oppneheim: £1365.00
- Romain Bonnet: £859.34
- Davina Potratz: £474.24
Naomi is a Lifestyle News Writer with the Women's Lifestyle team and has recently earned her Gold Standard diploma in Journalism with the NCTJ. She has a background in design, having studied Illustration at Plymouth University but has taken a leap into the world of journalism after always having a passion for writing. She currently writes pieces on beauty, trends, fashion, and entertainment for GoodTo and My Imperfect Life. She also tests and reviews beauty and skincare products and tries out the latest TikTok hacks for My Imperfect Life.
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