“Selling Sunset” star Mary Fitzgerald isn’t letting a pesky tweet stop her from being a Chrissy Teigen fan.
Teigen, a big reality TV fan, took a jab at the Netflix series about real estate agents at the Oppenheim Group on Tuesday, tweeting: “I just watched all of Selling Sunset after watching everyone talk about it for so long! I don’t even think anyone on it is as mean or insane as you guys said? Maybe I’m just so used to it because I live here? This is pretty normal lol some are actually really nice.”
She later added, “I will say, I look at LA real estate a lot and have never seen any of these people lol either have our agents, who I have obsessively asked.”
While Fitzgerald, 39, calmly responded to her on Twitter at the time, she told Page Six on Thursday that her feelings were hurt — just a little — because she is such a fan of the “Cravings” author.
“Well I haven’t seen her either!” Fitzgerald laughed.
“No, I love her,” she continued. “Actually, I was like, I was so fangirling like when I saw that she watched the show. I’m like, ‘Oh, my God!’ Because … [someone just asked me], ‘So who, like, who would you want to have a conversation with?’ … And I was like, ‘the Obamas and Chrissy Teigen’ because I just think she’s like she’s so outspoken and funny and stuff like that. And she just seems like a cool chick. So I would still fangirling and then she said that, I was like, ‘Oh! That hurt my feelings!’”
The real estate agent isn’t spending too much time sulking over the diss, though.
“I mean, Tracy Tutor’s done the same thing from ‘Million Dollar Listing.’ She’s been trying to hate on us, too. I’m like, ‘Well, I’m pretty sure because she showed some of my properties. I’ve shown some of hers. So I’m like, all right. Say what you want.’ So with Chrissy, I don’t — I absolutely love her. I’m sure she’ll see us around or she’ll end up wanting to buy one of our properties at some point soon.”
Fitzgerald told us she’s open to showing Teigen and Legend a property now that their Beverly Hills mansion is on the market for $24 million.
She laughed, “Chrissy, call me up!”
Meanwhile, Fitzgerald’s husband Romain Bonnet defended the “Selling Sunset” stars on “The Gay & The Girl” podcast, saying of them: “Heather has her license. Maya works in Miami, she has a license. Amanza … when she got her license, she celebrated with us. Mary has it. Heather, I believe, she closed a deal not long ago.”