Selling Sunset star Chrishell Stause, 39, appeared on Good Morning Britain on Thursday where she spoke to hosts Kate Garraway and Alex Beresford about whether the glamorous cast of the Netflix show really get along.
She said: "I have to say, a lot of us get along so well, it's like a dysfunctional family.
"There is some splintering happening in the group but that's real life, I'm not going to sugar coat it.
"We're not all friends, we don't all get along, but we try to. © ITVChrishell said a follow up series of Selling Sunset would have a lot of carnage to catch up on
"Some people have left, the brokerage has split, if the cameras picked up now, there's a lot to pick up on."
She later added: "Season 4, they haven't announced anything officially, but I think we'll hear something very soon."
Chrishell who currently starring on Dancing with the Stars in the US, also opened up about her divorce, which played out on camera on the second season of Selling Sunset.
"It was really tough, but that was a while ago and now we're onwards and upwards," she said. © Getty ImagesThe cast mates are known for their fiery rows but Chrishell admitted things have turned nasty
Discussing the property on the show, Chrishell revealed she is actually looking to buy a home herself, but she is not after a sprawling mansion.
"Not on the scale that the show shows," she said.
"These crazy $50, $70 million houses, yes they are amazing, but that's not really my style.
"If someone gave it to me I'd still sell it and get something that feels more like a home - a lot of times those homes feel like a mall to me. © ITVChrishell revealed the brokerage has split up
"I like something that feels warm and cosy. It's not my personal style but I love to sell them and make the commission."
Speaking about her current DWTS appearance, Chrishell admitted she was still "wracked with nerves" even without a live studio audience, due to social distancing guidelines, as she felt a cheering crowd might have made her feel better.
Speaking of Strictly's Bruno Tonioli judging her on the dancefloor, she said: "Bruno is my favourite too - and then he let me have it. What he said was true but he didn't hold back." © WireImageChrishell married Justin Hartley back in 2017 after four years of dating
Chrishell also opened up on losing both her parents to lung cancer within a year of each other.
"They would have been my biggest supporters," she said.
"I feel my mum has given me some signs, she'd have been the first person who would have wanted me to do the show [Dancing with the Stars], which is really what made me want to do it.
"Life is short, and I want to make the most of it and that's the lesson I'm taking from that.
"I know she's with me as she's giving me some little signs here and there which I really appreciate and it's really special."
* Good Morning Britain airs weekdays on ITV at 6am