G-Flip and Chrishell Stause make a surprise appearance in the season finale of popular TV show The L Word: Generation Q
Pop star G-Flip and girlfriend Chrishell Stause make a surprise cameo on streaming hit The L Word: Generation Q.
The couple in love appear as themselves during a party sequence in the finale of Stan’s lesbian drama comedy.
At one point during the scene, the non-binary musician, 28, whose real name is Georgia Claire Flipo, calls her Selling Sunset partner, 41, “a hottie.”
Pictured: Pop star G-Flip and girlfriend Chrishell Stause make a surprise cameo appearance in the finale of streaming hit The L Word: Generation Q
In another part of the scene, G-Flip shocks partygoers when they talk about a lesbian friend who enjoys having sex in public.
It comes after Chrishell teased her cameo appearance with G-Flip on the cult show in an Instagram post last October.
“The best time with the greatest cast!” The glamorous beauty announced to her then 3.6 million followers.
Meanwhile, the social media loving couple took their relationship to the next level during the Christmas holidays.
At one point during the scene (pictured), the non-binary musician, whose real name is Georgia Claire Flipo, calls her American partner on Selling Sunset “a hottie.”
G-Flip introduced her American friend during the family break in Melbourne.
The group was spotted heading to a local dumpling restaurant in the eastern suburbs for a simple pre-Christmas dinner.
The Australian singer began dating Chrishell in early 2022 after the actress split from her boss and co-star Jason Oppenheimer in late 2021 when he revealed he didn’t want to have children.
Chrishell (pictured left) teased about her cameo appearance with G-Flip (right) on the cult show in an Instagram post last October
G Flip later opened up about their “hurricane” relationship in an interview with The Project, saying how “proud” they were of the way their friend “came out” as LGBTQIA in public.
“Overall, I’m just so proud of Chrishell,” the star began. “When I came out, it was over [spaghetti bolognese] with my dad, when Chrishell did it, it was in front of the world on one of the hit TV shows.
The singer said they are particularly proud of how the TV star has dealt with criticism of her gender identity.
“I identify as non-binary and she’s gotten a lot of backlash for that [that],’ Said.
G-Flip introduced her American friend to her family in Melbourne over the Christmas holidays