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Netflix drops Season 3 trailer of ‘Bling Empire’

  • Netflix has dropped the official trailer for Season 3 of “Bling Empire.”

  • The trailer shows an appearance from Chrishell Stause of Netflix’s “Selling Sunset” and a newcomer, Devon Diep, who is connected to Kim.

  • The newest season of "Bling Empire" will premiere on Oct. 5.

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Back for a three-peat, Netflix released the first trailer for the third season of “Bling Empire” on Wednesday. 

The trailer opens with cast members Mimi Morris and Kelly Mi Li dressing up in Mimi’s glamorous and giant closet. 

Another scene shows a possible crossover as Chrishell Stause from Netflix’s “Selling Sunset” appears as a friend to “Bling Empire” cast member Kane Lim

Kane and Kevin are also seen repairing their relationship with a hug following their fallout last season. Meanwhile, Kane plays wingman to Kelly by creating a dating profile for her. He tells Kelly, “I wanna get you laid.”

Anna Shay is shown having a conversation with Jamie Xie. “There are more things in life than superficial bullsh*t,” Shay says. Jamie is then seen having a tense conversation with Christine Chiu. Xie says, “I’m listening, but honestly I think you’ve been lying this whole time.” 

There appears to be plenty of relationship drama for several characters in Season 3. Kevin and Kim Lee argue: “You said you’re not ready to date, then you bring this guy in?” Kevin says, to which Lee retorts, “You’re not my type.”

Picking up from the final episode of Season 2, Kelly’s ex Andrew Gray shows up with Anna at a gathering, astounding everyone. 

This new season also introduces a newcomer, Devon Diep, who is connected to Kim. “You are his ex-girlfriend,” Kim says as they meet.

In another moment, Christine’s husband, Dr. Gabriel Chiu, is shown throwing his mic on the ground and shouting at the producers, “I don’t care about you guys, get away from me!” 

The new season premieres Oct 5. Watch the full trailer below:

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