'Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles' Star Josh Flagg on 'Housewives' Drama, Dream Clients and His Top Real Est
By Brice Sander
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Josh Flagg is the last original Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles star standing -- and he's good with that, because he's still the show's youngest cast member.
"Isn't that ironic?" Flagg, 30, said when ETonline caught up with him to chat all about the Bravo show's eighth season. The realtor never expected to be known as a reality star when he first signed on nine years ago. But now, he's planning to ride the wave as long as it lasts.
"I think we'll be in wheelchairs by the time this [show] is over," Flagg joked.
From the looks of the new season, it's lucky everyone made it out alive. Season eight might be the series' most dramatic yet.
"There's a lot of big real estate this season," Flagg teased. "And a lot of fighting, actually. We're going Housewives."
Speaking of Real Housewives, Flagg has one at the top of his dream client list: former Atlanta star NeNe Leakes, calling her "a lot of fun."
And if Flagg were to take Leakes out to look at houses, he would definitely give her his top piece of real estate advice.
"Always buy the biggest piece of crap on the best street," Flagg said. "The property is what goes up in value, not the house. The house gets old after a while."
Check out the video above to find out who Flagg would shag, marry and kill from the Million Dollar Listing cast -- both the Los Angeles boys and the New York gents -- then tune into the premiere of Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles on Wednesday, Sept. 2 at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo.
The show will shift to its regular time on Wednesdays at 10 p.m. ET starting on Sept. 23. Watch the video below to hear what Flagg's fellow realtors David Parnes and James Harris thought about joining the cast last season.