As tensions rise in Season 3, Charli and Dixie D’Amelio’s relationship takes centre stage in a rollercoaster of emotions.
The highly anticipated Season 3 premiere of ‘The D’Amelio Show’ has arrived, bringing with it an avalanche of emotions, particularly between the D’Amelio sisters, Charli and Dixie. Tensions rise as they continue to share their lives under the same roof.
Tears and Tensions: A Difficult Start
As the season begins, fans are greeted by a sad Dixie, whose tears foretell the impending storm in their sisterly bond.
Their parents, Marc and Heidi DAmelio, are caught in the middle, attempting to arbitrate their daughters’ increasingly heated relationship.
Dixie’s annoyance is evident as she attempts to convey herself to Charli, adding, “I’m not even f-king mad at you. I can’t even articulate what’s bothering me because it’s so… that’s why it’s so bothersome. I can’t even bring myself to talk about it.”
The weight of their unspoken troubles hangs in the balance.
What happened to Charli and Dixie?
In a flashback three months earlier, the D’Amelio family appeared to be in a better mood, savouring moments of unity. Charli and Heidi were on the mend after their amazing ‘Dancing With the Stars’ appearance in 2022.
Charli’s musical journey was also highlighted throughout Season 2, but she recently disclosed that she is taking a break from music for the time being.
The sisters celebrated one year of living together, with Charli jokingly referring to Dixie as her “older sister forever.”
The family appeared to be doing well during this time, but as the season progressed, it became evident that their relationships weren’t as smooth as they appeared.
Sibling Disputes Captured on Camera
While their parents brag about their daughters’ close relationship, unguarded moments taken on video tell a different tale.
An altercation breaks out during Dixie’s confession recounting her rehearsal for a play at Los Angeles’ Fonda Theatre. What could have been a simple conversation becomes heated.
“I have rehearsal all day,” Dixie explains. Charli says, “I know, we’re going.” “Yeah, but I’m actually doing the rehearsal…,” Dixie retorts. You guys require my assistance. “You act as if you don’t.” Charli, plainly annoyed, responds, “I don’t f-king need you.”
Sisters Engage in a Word War
The heated debate does not end there. Charli tells Dixie to “find another flatmate,” and she refers to Dixie as “grouchy.” Dixie replies, “Because everyone wants me to look like the bitch.” Charli responds quickly and sharply, telling Dixie to “stop being the bitch.”
In the end, Charli attends Dixie’s concert rehearsal despite their feud. She does, however, make it obvious to viewers that she is not the cause of their quarrel.
“I’m not going to fight her. She’s been yelling at me all day. She’s making me sad because she’s always yelling at me, but that’s okay,” Charli says.
Sisterly Support In the Face of Adversity
Despite the harsh exchanges and verbal fighting, there are still hints of Charli and Dixie’s deep friendship. Charli and her boyfriend, Landon Barker, team up to cook in one touching scene.
The three even develop a list of suitable suitors for Dixie, demonstrating their steadfast commitment to her happiness.
“No one’s good enough for her in our eyes,” Charli says, emphasising their everlasting bond.
We’re just looking for someone who is good for her, but we also enjoy hanging out with her because the three of us are a package deal. No one is happy unless Dixie is pleased.”
What Does the Future Hold for the D’Amelio Sisters?
The emotional rollercoaster shown in the Season 3 debut of ‘The D’Amelio Show’ left viewers curious about what the future holds for Charli and Dixie’s relationship.
While they may disagree on some points, one thing is certain: the sisters’ friendship is unshakeable, and their voyage promises to be remarkable.
Every Wednesday, new episodes of ‘The D’Amelio Show’ are released on Hulu, providing an inside glimpse into the lives of these exceptional siblings.
As the D’Amelio sisters struggle to understand the nuances of the journey of a sister in the public eye, they aim to engage spectators and shed light on the highs and lows of familial ties.