‘Luxe Listings Sydney’ Season Two’s New Agent Is Giving Us ‘Selling Sunset’ Glamour

We love her already.

After finding ourselves rightly addicted to Netflix’s Selling Sunset, we were thrilled to be getting our own local equivalent, Luxe Listings Sydney, last year.

Albeit far less dramatic—we would have been surprised to see anyone bring the same energy as Christine Quinn, to be honest—Sydney’s stunning and outrageous real estate market proved just as glamorous.

The show’s stars, agents D’Leanne Lewis, Gavin Rubinstein and Simon Cohen also made it what it is, and luckily for us, they’re returning for season two.

The rivalry between the agents is only set to intensify however, as the first look at the new season reveals a fourth agent will be added to the mix—Monika Tu.

Seen stepping out in a pair of crystal-embellished Christian Louboutin heels, Monika could bring that extra Sunset-eqsue sparkle we’ve been searching for.

Watch the full trailer for season two below.

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Following the season one finale, fans are hoping for some questions to be answered when the show returns, namely whether Tammy Bennet will jump ship to work with D’Leanne.

During the final two episodes, we saw the powerhouse real estate agent broach Tammy about leaving long-time friend and boss Simon’s agency to work with her—and it didn’t appear to be out of the question.

“I’ve made my decision, but I’m not ready to disclose it just yet,” Tammy teased.

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There’s also a matter of that cliff-hanger moment that closed out the show, which saw Gavin receive a call from Ray White himself, demanding to see him immediately.

Despite being on a yacht in Sydney’s harbour, it appeared Gavin was set to drop everything to see the big boss in a moment he’s since described as “super real”.

What was so urgent? We’ll have to wait and see.

Season Two of Luxe Listings Sydney will premiere exclusively on Amazon Prime on April 1st.

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