‘Shahs of Sunset Season 4: Lilly Fired, Mike Shouhed ‘Million Dollar’ Crossover?

Shahs of Sunset 2014 Season 4 cast is reportedly going through quite the shakeup in the coming year. It is being reported that Lilly Ghalichi has been fired and will not be replaced. Mike Shouhed is done doing business with Reza Farahan, who got engaged to Adam Neely on his birthday last season, but he is not out of work or the real estate business. It has been announced that Mikey has joined famed real estate agency Nest Seekers. Since Nest Seekers is also the home of Million Dollar Listing: New York's Ryan Serhart and former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast member Marisa Zanuck, people are suggesting there may be enough crossover between the shows to fill the Lilly gap.

It seems that the hiatus between Season 3 and 4 has been a fairly tumultuous time for Shahs of Sunset cast lineup.

It is being reported by LALate, that Persian stunner Lilly Ghalichi won't be returning back to the series, though it is hardly a surprise as she was hardly around last season (via Examiner):

"Lilly Ghalichi has left Shahs of Sunset. And there won't be a new Shah joining her spot next season."

At this point neither Bravo nor Lilly have confirmed the story, but there is far less intrigue surrounding the validity of Mike Shouhed's moving to Nest Seekers real estate agency.

Nest Seekers was too excited to be getting the semi-famous agent to keep it a secret for very long, the company goes on-and-on about how what great house seller Should is and is going to be in the official press release (via WetPaint):

"Nest Seekers is excited to have yet another celebrity broker in its roster and welcomes Shouhed's expertise in the real estate market.

"His knowledge, experience, and vibrant energy will be beneficial to the company's new Beverly Hills office.

"Mike Shouhed has a very unique opportunity for tremendous exposure as an agent."

So basically they are the reality television agency and are proud of it.

Anything's better than building a reputation on you own merit...that might never work.