Christine Quinn will not be returning to the popular Netflix series
One of Sunset’s founding cast members—and possibly its biggest source of drama—will be lost if it is sold. Christine Quinn, who has been a regular since the show’s first season, will not be returning to the popular Netflix real estate reality series.
A source claims that it was mutually decided that Christine would depart the show. Christine isn’t currently involved with any of the other cast members, thus her departure made sense.
He is eager to grow her real estate firm with husband Christian Richard and look into career prospects in the fashion sector going forward.
He even hinted at a “battle of the brokerages” between their firm and The Oppenheim Group on a future season of Selling Sunset.
“I started my own brokerage a year and a half ago,” Christine teased. “My husband and I started RealOpen.com. So it’s a platform to facilitate home sales through cryptocurrency, and the seller will receive a cash transaction, so it’s like a wire.”
Christine cited covid positive
He cited a positive COVID test as her excuse for missing the Selling Sunset season five reunion in May. Christine asserted she “definitely did have COVID” on May 18 during an interview on Watch What Happens Live. Despite being seen in the public filming a campaign with Melissa Gorga of the Real Housewives of New Jersey two days later.
Netflix has made efforts to strengthen the cast in recent weeks. Bre Tiesi and Nicole Young would join Selling Sunset for seasons six and seven, the streamer revealed on August 4.
Nicole is already well-known at The Oppenheim Group. On the other hand, Bre is a model who just had a son with Nick Cannon.
“She is no stranger to the cast or real estate,” Netflix said, “as she has been the longest standing and top producing realtor at the brokerage with $100 million in sales.”
They’ve got some huge designer heels to fill now that Christine is gone.
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