Chrishell Stause Sold Her Wedding Band From Ex-husband Justin Hartley to Pay for Her New Home

Chrishell Stause Sold Her Wedding Band From Ex-husband Justin Hartley's to Pay for Her New Home

The 40-year-old star of Selling Sunset appeared on The Kelly Clarkson Show on Thursday, where she revealed that she sold her ex-husband Justin Hartley’s wedding ring to help pay for her new property.

Kelly Clarkson, the show’s host, asked the star, “Is that therapeutic? Because I enjoy it. “When life delivers you lemons, sometimes you’ve got to add a little vodka,” Stause joked.”

“I was trying to, you know, make the best of a situation,” Stause continued, like Clarkson, 39, cheered the decision. Clarkson’s divorce from ex-husband Brandon Blackstock was recently finalized.

“What are you supposed to do, after all? Should you keep it on? That’s incredible, in my opinion, “Stause was told by the vocalist. “With the money, you accomplished something decent.”

From 2017 through 2021, Stause was married to Hartley, 45. Hartley was never shown on-screen during their divorce, which took place during season 3 of her Netflix series.

Following their breakup, the This Is Us star began dating actress Sofia Pernas, and the two married last spring.

Stause previously stated about the breakup, “I feel like anyone would be upset to see how quickly you are replaced; of course, that’s going to sting.”

After dating her on-screen boss Jason Oppenheim for a few months, the real estate agent and her on-screen boyfriend parted up in December 2021. They ended their relationship because they couldn’t agree on having children.

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“You’re not going to be able to solve this issue by talking about it. It’s just something that is”. “I will admit that it’s a partnership in which I’m quite proud. I believe we entered and exited with a great deal of mutual respect and affection.”

Stause also informed Clarkson during her visit to her talk program that listening to her music has helped her get through breakups in the past.

After Clarkson questioned if writing about her breakups in her memoir, Under Construction, was “therapeutic,” Stause remarked, “Your music has gotten me through many a breakup, so thank you for that.”

“You helped us all,” Stause concluded, to applause from the in-studio audience of the talk show series.

She went on to say that writing about certain aspects of her life in her book was “a therapeutic situation” since “so much is stated out there without a lot of contexts.”

“And coming from a healing place, like, I’m past those things, I’m healed, there’s no anger there,” Stause continued. “So it’s wonderful to give some background and convey a tale that I’m familiar with.”

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