In order to fill out Seasons 6 and 7, Selling Sunset will need to locate a new antagonist. In order to concentrate on her other hobbies, the polarising Christine Quinn is allegedly leaving the popular Netflix real estate series. Since the beginning, Quinn, 33, had been a part of the programme, but lately, she no longer feels the same way about it. Quinn, Netflix, and series creator Lionsgate Television all “mutually decided,” according to production sources quoted by TMZ. Quinn recently signed with IMG Models, according to sources close to her, and has already secured fresh modelling and fashion event bookings. Along with her husband Christian, she is investing more time in RealOpen, a brokerage that facilitates the purchase and sale of real estate using cryptocurrencies.
Insisting that she had COVID;
Quinn hasn’t been silent about her declining interest in the show, despite TMZ’s sources claiming that the decision was mutual. She skipped filming her first reunion show in April, according to her representative, who also informed TMZ that she had tested positive for COVID. She was observed filming a commercial with Real Housewives of New Jersey star Melissa Gorga a few days after the positive test. Her COVID test results were allegedly fabricated in light of those images. Quinn said she “definitely” had COVID during a May appearance on Watch What Happens Live. Fans reportedly thought she didn’t want to be near her Oppenheimer Group coworkers after the company claimed there was “not a place” for her, according to Andy Cohen. Then Quinn said she didn’t watch the reunion because she was obligated by contract and claimed she instead watched The Kardashians.
Then Quinn Drew The Curtain Back:
On May 18’s edition of the podcast Call Her Daddy’s Selling Sunset. She said that although she is “best friends” with Vanessa Villela and Chelsea Lazkani, the show portrays her as the antagonist. She asserted that producers encourage them by implying that the other was speaking behind their backs. “So they purposefully set up these situations that trigger our emotions. I’ve been performing the play for four years, though “Added Quinn. I’ve been on five seasons, so I am familiar with the process.
Quinn spoke to Alex Cooper, the podcast host Over the course of one month, Seasons 4 and 5 were shot. There are “six full-time storyboarders” working on the project, she added, who “can kind of rotate the narratives” based on how events develop in “the actual world in our life.” Quinn made light of her worry that she would face legal action for disclosing so much during the same podcast episode. Jason Oppenheimer and she, according to her, received the highest pay. It all comes down to realising your value, she added, adding, “My entertainment attorney, you know, basically [said] this is my value.”
Following Netflix’s announcement that two new cast members will join Seasons 6 and 7, Quinn’s decision to depart the programme was made a few weeks later. The new episodes will include longstanding Oppenheim Group member Nicole Young and model Bre Tiesi, who just gave birth to her first child with Nick Cannon. The launch date for the upcoming season has not been announced by Netflix.