Chrishell Stause makes a comeback to soaps with 'Neighbours'

“But it does make it harder on just your brain and body,” said Stause.

Pop Culture & Art May 30, 2024
Courtesy: @chrishell.stause

Chrishell Stause returns to the world of soaps!

The ‘Selling Sunset’ star, renowned for her roles on classic soaps like ‘All My Children’ and ‘The Young and the Restless,’ is set to make a guest appearance on ‘Neighbours’, as announced by Amazon Freevee and Fremantle on May 29.

Stause will be seen playing Yasmine “Yas” Shields in the Daytime Emmy-nominated Australian series as a new character. 

Yasmine is a “glamorous and successful businesswoman in pursuit of an exciting new opportunity,” the streamers said.

The actress said she was, “honored and excited to join such a beloved and iconic show!”

“Coming from the world of soaps in the U.S., it’s back to my first love in the entertainment industry,” she added.

“They pitched me an idea for a character, and I was immediately excited to figure out a way to make it happen. Ramsay Street here I come!” she continued. 

Jason Herbison, the executive producer of 'Neighbours', also issued an official statement saying, “We are thrilled to welcome Chrishell to the cast of 'Neighbours,'” Herbison said. “We created a character especially for her and we can’t wait for her to bring the storyline alive.”

In February 2023, when discussing her comeback to acting with 'A Rose for Her Grave', Stause described it as both demanding and fulfilling.

"I feel like it is hard if you're bopping back and forth between super happy and making jokes and jovial, and then constantly having to jump back into this super intense space," she told People

“And so, for me, just to make it easier on myself, I would go to my room a lot and just, because normally, of course, I'm a very social person, very happy,” Stause added.

“But it does make it harder on just your brain and body to jump in and out, back and forth," said the actress. 

Neighbours’ new episodes are released everyday on Amazon Freevee in the U.K. and the U.S.


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