Christine Quinn won't be returning to Selling Sunset
Selling Sunset star Christine Quinn has made the decision to quit the hit Neflix show and won't be returning for season six and seven.
According to E! News, it was a mutual decision between her and the show.
A source revealed that Christine isn't involved with any of the other cast mates and thus her leaving the show makes sense.
They added that she is now looking forward to growing her own real estate business with her husband Christian Richard, and also experiencing more opportunities in the fashion industry.
Speaking about her future on the show back in June, she hinted that things between The Oppenheim Group and the show weren't as straight forward as we thought.
“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 also was a no show at the Selling Sunset season five reunion, revealing she had tested positive for Covid-19.
Despite filming a campaign only two days before the reunion, she insisted she "absolutely did have Covid."
Bre Tiesi and Nicole Young are now set to join the new season of Selling Sunset, with Bre recently making headlines as she welcomed a child with Nick Cannon and Nicole known around the Oppenheim Group for a while.
“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.”