Christine Quinn confirms she'll be on the next season of Selling Sunset 1 month ago

Christine Quinn confirms she'll be on the next season of Selling Sunset

She's not going anywhere.

Selling Sunset star Christine Quinn has revealed whether or not she'll be appearing on the next season of the show after leaving her role at The Oppenheim Group.


The 33 year old left her realtor job earlier this year when her co-star and co-worker Emma Hernan accused her of trying to bribe a client to work with her instead.

Christine has since started up her own real estate business RealOpen with her husband Christian Richard.

Speaking about the future season of the show, Christine revealed all about her appearance on it in an interview with USA Today, and she's not going anywhere any time soon.

With no plans to leave the show, she said that producers actually knew for a year and a half that she was planning on starting up her own company.


“It wasn’t a convenient storyline that Christine went off and started her own brokerage. That’s not good TV,” she said.

Christine added that producers decided to “get creative” when it came to her exit from the group and got a little dramatic, hence the drama with Emma.

She has insisted that the drama was created for the show, including the meeting in the final episode where she blew off with Jason and Mary.


Christine said: “When I heard about it, I was just completely shocked. I understand they have to make creative television, but no. There was no scene where I was supposed to show up at the office, and the clock is spinning and waiting.

“Like, nope. You guys didn’t call me into the office that day. That’s cute, though.”

Christine did not show up to the Selling Sunset reunion where Jason Oppenheim said she no longer “has a place” at his business.

He said: “I do believe there are sides to stories but at the time same time I don’t think it’s for debate that she did this. We’ve texted and we haven’t really addressed this situation. She hasn’t reached out to talk about it.


“Right now there’s not a place for her at The Oppenheim Group. In the future, if she can take real estate seriously, if I can get an understanding of her perspective on things, if she changes her behaviour, if she brings in a big listing.

“There are a lot of reasons where I would consider her having a place at the Oppenheim Group but I have to say right now there is no place.”