Glip is writing a new song for partner Chrishell Stause on their anniversary
Get ready to cry happy tears, because love is alive and well.
For their one-year anniversary, non-binary musician Jlip wrote a song for his partner, reality star Chrishell Stause, and it’s one of the most romantic things you’ll see all year.
Glip posted a video on Thursday, March 16, of him and Stause sitting in their car when the Glip plugs into their iPhone and starts playing a new song.
“I understand, ’cause I get you emotionally, I’m not a man, but I could if I wanted to be,” they sing on a rock guitar, “I know how you think and what you like and what your body needs, convinced you have to run from me. I’m not what you planned, but I am I’ll be your man.”
It’s all wonderfully romantic and a true declaration of love. After listening to the new song, Stause left crying with the biggest smile on her face.
Glip also posted the song again via a video of them and Stause dancing in their candlelit house with the lyrics appearing in the video.
the Sunset sale The Australian star and singer announced that they were dating last May during the reunion of the Sunset sale Season 5. In the special, Stause revealed that she was in a new and very happy relationship.
“I’ve recently been spending a lot of time with someone very important to me,” she said, “Their name is Glip, and they’re non-binary, so they go thru them/them. And they’re very talented musicians.”
Now, this extremely talented musician is putting his skills to work to show Stause how much he loves her.