The cast of Selling Sunset might now all be famous in their own right, but they've been hanging out with the rich and famous for years before Netflix came knocking with a TV deal.
The popular series is now heading into its fifth season, and it's popularity is undeniable – we can't help but love watching pretty rich people flog houses to millionaires!
Given the show's constant drama in the realtors' private lives, it's easy to forget that the people working at the Oppenheim Group are genuine real estate agents and brokers with hugely impressive client lists.
From Orlando Bloom to Meryl Streep and even Ellen DeGeneres, the staff from Selling Sunset have worked with some impressive celebrities in the past.
Here we take a look into which celebs have enlisted the help of the Oppenheim Group…
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Iconic Hollywood actress Meryl Streep is one of the company's biggest clients, and they helped her land an incredible Mansion back in 2013.
Meryl bought a huge four-bed property deep in the Hollywood Hills for a reported $4.5 million at the time, and the company has even shown off the property on their website.
However, the property was sold on by the star only a year later, to none other than J-Lo's ex-partner, Alex Rodriguez.
If you've been listening closely when watching the show, you will have picked up on the fact they've mentioned actor Orlando Bloom's name a fair few times.
The Pirates of the Caribbean star bought a stunning $7 million property from the agents back in 2017, from a street known as 'Billionaire's Row' – nice.
In the space of only two years the star managed to flip the mansion, gaining a nice $2m profit as a result.
Back in 2016, 50 Shades of Grey star Dakota decided to enlist the help of Jason Oppenheim to find her dream LA home.
The gorgeous mansion was profiled by luxury home magazine Architectural Digest in 2020, as the star told them "I'll never want to sell this place".
Pussycat Dolls lead singer Nicole also worked alongside Jason Oppenheim to land her Hollywood Hills mansion.
She bought the home – which has an unbeatable view – back in 2016, and it's thought to have set her back $3.75 million.
Spread over four floors, it boasts a huge home cinema, an outdoor spa and even its own wine cellar.
The talk show host's infamous home was turned into the set of The Ellen Show during the pandemic, as the star broadcast live from her Los Angeles mansion.
The Oppenheim Group's own website couldn't resist bragging about their incredible sale, as it states she bought "the best house in Los Angeles" for a tidy sum of $40 million.
The site also goes on to say that Ellen's home: "sits on two and a quarter acres on one of the most coveted streets in coveted Holmby Hills, right next door to the Playboy Mansion (!), and the architecture and its surroundings are truly breathtakingly lovely."
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