Chrishell Stause Gets Candid about Her Relationship with DWTS Pro Keo Motsepe
In a recent interview, Chrishell Stause discussed her relationship with "Dancing with the Stars" pro Keo Motsepe. The actress revealed that she is dating Keo Motsepe on December 3.
Chrishell Stause, popular for her role on the Netflix reality show "Selling Sunset," opened up about her dating status on Nick Viall's "Viall Files" podcast. She said:
"Soon after we made it official, we went ahead and shared it. I'm so blushing right now!"
According to Stause, it was Motsepe who initiated the romantic relationship. He asked her out while she was partnered with Gleb Savchenko on "Dancing with the Stars," the actress explained.
Stause, who was previously married to actor Justin Hartley, said that she wants to keep her personal life more private. "It's already hard enough as it is when something is promising," she said.
The actress added that she would not like to add any more pressure. The pressure came when Savchenko's wife accused him of "ongoing infidelity" when he was partnered with Stause.
While she denied that anything went on between her and Savchenko, nobody understood that behind the scenes, things were really heating up with Motsepe.
Stause and Motsepe took to social media on December 3 to break the news about their relationship.
Stause revealed that it was at Motsepe's 31st birthday celebration in November that they understood it was getting difficult to stay quiet about their relationship with their companions.
The "Days of Our Lives" actress explained it during an Instagram live with "Dancing with the Stars" winner Kaitlyn Bristowe and her boyfriend, Jason Tartick, recently.
Stause and Motsepe took to social media on December 3 to break the news about their relationship. In both pictures, the adorable couple is seen cozying up to each other.
Stause is also known for playing Jordan Ridgeway on the soap opera, titled "Days of Our Lives." For her spectacular performance on the show, she received a Daytime Emmy Award nomination.
From 2013 to 2015, Stause, a member of improvisational troupe The Groundlings in Los Angeles, has played Jordan Ridgeway as a series regular, a recurring role in 2019, and a guest role in 2020.
Stause, who also earned recognition for her portrayal of Amanda Dillon in the hit soap opera "All My Children," is a big supporter of charity organizations that help the homeless.