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Selling Sunset’s Davina Potratz Throws Shade at Chrishell Stause’s First Dance on DWTS

Selling Sunset’s Davina Potratz Throws Shade at Chrishell Stause’s First Dance on DWTS

Netflix’s Selling Sunset star Davina Potratz has thrown all the shade at her fellow real estate agent Chrishell Stause who recently performed her first routine on Dancing With The Stars.

The reality star is partnered with the professional dancer Gleb Savchenko, and for her first routine, performed the tango to Pink’s Raise Your Glass.


This week saw her take on the new challenge of dancing the waltz, which she executed to A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes by Jessie Ware.

But it turns out her co-star Davina isn’t all impressed by her moves.

When chatting to Bobby Norris and Stephen Leng on FUBAR Radio’s Access All Areas, the real estate broker was asked what she thought of Crishell’s routine. ‘I thought she did good,’ she confessed. ‘I think it’s really hard first of all. It must be extremely difficult.’


However, it didn’t take too long for the claws to come out, as Davina continued: ‘Last night she did Cinderella. I thought she did good in that. ‘That was more graceful probably because now she’s been dancing for three weeks so it’s a little bit more natural.’

She then turned her attention to American figure skated Johnny Weir, who is also competing in the dance contest.

‘You know, he’s an Olympic ice skater, so of course, he’s going to do significantly, it’ll be much easier for him. So I think sometimes it’s a little bit unfair that way,’ Davina stated.

Both Johnny and Chrishell have made it through to next week’s round as it was Tiger King star Carole Baskin who fell foul this week.


She was the third person to be kicked off the competition after judge Bruno Tonioli scored her just three points for her samba to The Lion King’s Circle Of Life.

‘My husband is going to be so happy I’m coming home,’ Carole said upon leaving the show.

Dancing With The Stars airs Mondays on ABC in the US.

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