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Chrishell Stause's Latex Gown Needed a 'Little Bit Of Lube' and Help From G Flip at People's Choice Awards

The 'Selling Sunset' star, who is nominated for reality TV star of the year, wore a plunging gown with a dramatic train to the show

<p>Gilbert Flores/Variety via Getty</p> Couple G Flip and Chrishell Stause attend the 2024 People

Gilbert Flores/Variety via Getty

Couple G Flip and Chrishell Stause attend the 2024 People's Choice Awards

Chrishell Stause got a red carpet assist from her partner G Flip.

The Selling Sunset star, 42, chose a daring look for the 2024 People's Choice Awards, that required some on-site styling.

Stause, who is nominated for reality TV star of the year, wore an eggplant-colored gown with a mermaid silhouette by Atsuko Kudo Couture Latex Design. The dress featured a plunging scalloped neckline and a dramatic train, which her Australian musician love, 30, (who uses they/them pronouns) arranged on the carpet while Stause posed for photos.

And that's not the only help Stause needed with her ensemble. She revealed on E!'s red carpet livestream that the latex, "involves a little bit of lube to get into it."

<p>Gilbert Flores/Variety via Getty</p> G Flip and Chrishell Stause at the 2024 People's Choice Awards in Los Angeles

Gilbert Flores/Variety via Getty

G Flip and Chrishell Stause at the 2024 People's Choice Awards in Los Angeles

Stause also took the moment to debut an angled blunt bob, which is a major transformation from her usual long waves.

G Flip opted for an off-white distressed suit with patchwork detailing on the button-up shirt and wide-leg trousers. They topped off the look with Dr. Martens Jadon Boots and sunglasses.

In May 2023, the couple tied the knot at a Las Vegas wedding chapel. The real estate agent wore a floor-length, pearlescent white gown by Gemeli Power, while the "Worst Person Alive' artist wore a suit by Melbourne-based designer E Nolan.

"It was a very small group there with us and some friends and family watching on a live stream," Stause told PEOPLE.

<p>Michael Buckner/WWD via Getty</p> G Flip helps partner Chrishell Stause fix her dress on the 2024 People's Choice Awards red carpet

Michael Buckner/WWD via Getty

G Flip helps partner Chrishell Stause fix her dress on the 2024 People's Choice Awards red carpet

The pair later revealed that Stause tattooed their wedding vows on her ribcage while G Flip had them inked onto her arm. The couple shared that the tattoos reference the night they met at a Halloween party, where they were both dressed as skeletons.

When asked about newlywed life, Stause shared of her partner: "Just the best. They're my best friend. We have a lot fun. I'm very lucky. They've been helping with my train all night. So amazing."

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Related: Chrishell Stause and G Flip's Relationship Timeline

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Related: Chrishell Stause and G-Flip Share Sweet PDA as They Have Red Carpet Date Night at G'Day USA Arts Gala

Earlier this month, the two made an appearance at the G’Day USA Gala in Los Angeles, walking the red carpet hand in hand and sharing sweet PDA for all to see.

G Flip, who was outfitted in a sleek black suit with a bandeau top and sunglasses, planted kisses on Stause inside the gala while the Selling Sunset star laughed and played along with her partner. Stause was glammed up for the big event in a light pink sequin halter column gown with a single rosette at her neck. She carried a matching purse to complete her look.

Ahead of the gala, G-Flip raved about Stause, on the carpet to PEOPLE, saying that Stause was “running around looking gorgeous.”

We adore each other,” they say of their relationship. “We’re having so much fun and we’re excited for our future. We’re so cute together.”

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