‘Hate is superficial’ Selling OC star Alexandra Jarvis addresses feud with co-star | Television & Radio | Showbiz and television

Netflix’s hit TV series Selling Sunset premiered its first spin-off, Selling the OC, which took place in Orange County. Despite welcoming new faces, the level of drama remained the same and even continued after the show ended as real estate agent Alexandra Jarvis appeared to hit her co-stars.

As fans wait for the highly anticipated sixth season of Selling Sunset, they’ve been treated to an awesome spin-off.

Jason and Brett Oppenheim have returned to the screens to introduce a new all-star cast at their Orange County real estate agency.

However, this time the office was a mix of men and women working with the affluent clientele.

As the competition skyrocketed over who could get the most customers and sell the million-dollar mansions, fans also watched the drama unfold.

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Along with signing the contracts, the agents who were also getting to know each other faced clashes.

This was seen with Alexandra who got into a number of feuds with the other agents.

Alongside her proclaimed best friend Alexandra Rose, there was tension with Alex Hall and fellow co-star Polly Brindle.

As Alexandra felt ignored by Polly at the office and at parties, she confronted the agent at a house they were working on.

Taking to her Instagram Stories, Alexandra replied, “I love that question! Life will always give you choices – choose happiness and peace.

“I don’t take things personally, but I had to a bit of time, experiences and introspection to get to where I am mentally, emotionally and spiritually.

“Bottom line, I value the opinions of certain people in my life and everything else is white noise if I hear it at all.”

Although Alexandra’s response may seem innocent, fans believe it would be in response to her tension with Polly.

The real estate agent also responded to another viewer who asked, “Are there any bts we don’t see like why girls don’t like you so much.” (sic)

Taking aim at her co-stars, she said: “Great question! Not at all, I’m on the show myself, I don’t know how to be otherwise.

“Hate is as shallow as it seems…unfortunately.”

Although it appeared that thousands of fans tuned in to the show, Netflix has yet to confirm whether Selling the OC will be renewed for a second season.

Selling the OC is available on Netflix

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