Nicole Young and Bre Tiesi are expected to join “Selling Sunset.” The model and the real estate agent will join cast members Chrishell Stause, Mary Fitzgerald, Heather Rae Young, and Emma Hernan in seasons 6 and 7 of the popular Netflix reality TV series.
As fantastic an industry as modeling was for her, the 31-year-old model, who recently welcomed her son Legendary with Nick Cannon, said to PEOPLE about her employment: “I was just kind of over it.” “You see, I’m now 31. So I think, “It’s time to grow up!””
She continued by referring to herself as a “multitasker,” noting that she was feeding her infant son while speaking with the publication. The new mother said, “I think it’ll be incredibly useful to have other women going through the same thing or about to.” “Motherhood is undoubtedly a completely different world.”
Tiesi declared her interest in acting in reality TV
“I’d want to do something,” she remarked, “maybe a little bit more business structured, not too left on the reality side.” “I’m not sure if I would go for the Housewives vibe exactly, but something in between, a good combination of who I am, as well as real life,” the speaker said.
She also hinted at what fans now know to be her role in Selling Sunset by saying that she will be going back to work sooner than she had anticipated after the birth of her baby.
Young, who may be a new face to viewers, is the top-producing and longest-tenured realtor at The Oppenheim Group, having generated $100 million in sales. Several current cast members are also close to her; she even officiated at Mary Fitzgerald and Romain Bonnet’s 2019 wedding.
About Bre Tiesi and Nicole Young
Although she has years of experience in the real estate industry, the California native is not officially listed as an agent on the Oppenheim Group website. Tiesi “understands the eclectic neighbourhoods of this world-class metropolis and the rich architectural diversity that make Los Angeles such a great location to work and call home,” according to her professional biography.
Nicole revealed that before developing “cold feet,” she was “initially… part of the main cast” of the Netflix series. She stated in a conversation with Us Weekly that she would “definitely be bringing a lot of real estate to the table, which I’m very excited about… not just the properties, but my clients and the relationships I have with them because, at the end of the day, relationships are the most important aspect of real estate.”
The new cast member stated, “As far as drama goes, I fully recognize that’s a huge and inescapable component of the program, but I have relatively thick skin.
Nicole, a founding member of the Oppenheim Group, reportedly received a casting opportunity for “Selling Sunset” season 1, but she declined it. Nicole is a real estate agent who, according to the website of her firm, “is… a dedicated and strong supporter of her customers’ best interests” and “has an outstanding capacity to negotiate and come up with inventive ideas to complete any deal.”