Dear Selling Sunset fans, we hope you're in the market for a head-turning new season.
Selling Sunset star Mary Fitzgerald Bonnet shared her thoughts on season six, noting that she has a good feeling about the upcoming episodes based off how chaotic things got while filming.
"Season six is coming out and it's going to be a very good and dramatic season," Mary said in an E! News exclusive clip from the LA Family Housing Awards on April 20. "I think it's gonna be the best season yet."
Why? Well, as she noted, "Whenever we feel like we're going crazy by the end of it, we know the fans are gonna absolutely love it."
The highly anticipated installment is one that many are eager to watch—including Mary, who shared with E! News, "I haven't even seen it yet."
Mary, 42, gave her thoughts on the new season while celebrating LA Family Housing Awards and the organization's 40-year legacy of helping to end homelessness. The impact is something that touches Mary dearly.
"There's so many families in need and families that need housing," she said at the gathering. "Anything that we can do to give back and raise awareness, I think is very important."
This red carpet outing was perfect proof that Mary knows how to close the deal on supporting a cause close to her heart, while also keeping Selling Sunset fans in the know and on their toes.
So, what can fans expect from these upcoming episodes that captured the cast going "crazy?"
As seen in the season six trailer, which was released April 20, the series will now feature two new stars: Bre Tiesi, who welcomed son Legendary Love with Nick Cannon last year, and Nicole Young, who previously appeared on Selling Sunset to officiate Mary's wedding to Romain Bonnet in season two.
Her exit from the show comes after a dramatic season five, where fellow cast member Emma Hernan told Mary and boss Jason Oppenheim that Christine offered one of Emma's clients $5,000 to not work with her. In the episode, Christine declared, "There's absolutely no truth to this. I don't know why Emma is once again trying to make me look bad and stir the pot and make up lies about me."
Months after it aired, news broke in August that Christine was parting ways with the Netflix show. She later exclusively told E! News that her exit was a "natural progression" into her next career move: a crypto-based brokerage she opened with husband Christian Richard called RealOpen.
"My husband and I have been working on RealOpen for so long, you know? It was a year and a half in the making," she explained in September. "So in my mind, I was already checked out."
As for what Mary thinks of Christine's departure? She made her feelings clear during the season six trailer.
"I don't think I'll really miss Christine," Mary said in the promo, "so it's probably for the best that she's gone. But I am nervous about the new dynamic."
Fans will get to watch that new dynamic play out when Selling Sunset season six hits Netflix starting May 19.