Christine Quinn NOT returning to Selling Sunset as production sources say it’s a ‘mutual decision’ between the show villain and Netflix bosses
The Dallas native, 33, came to a ‘mutual decision’ with the streaming service and producers, insiders told TMZ Wednesday.
Quinn will be working on other endeavors involving modeling and real estate, sources close to the reality star told the outlet.
The latest: Christine Quinn will not be returning to the Netflix series Selling Sunset. The Dallas native, 33, came to a ‘mutual decision’ with the streaming service and producers, insiders told TMZ Wednesday. She was pictured at an event in LA this past April
She has inked a deal with IMG Models and is taking jobs modeling and making personal appearances at fashion industry functions, sources told TMZ.
Quinn is also working with RealOpen, her husband Christian’s real estate firm.
The show’s Emma Hernan was asked outside The Oppenheim Group’s Los Angeles office on Wednesday about Quinn’s departure from the series, to which she said, ‘I heard about that … we’ll see what happens.’
Asked if she thought Quinn’s exit would negatively impact the series, Hernan told TMZ, ‘I think the show does very, very well – we have a lot of amazing people.’
Quinn, pictured in May in NYC, will be working on endeavors involving modeling and real estate
The reality star was seen appearing on Watch What Happens Live this past May
Quinn made headlines this past April when she did not join the Selling Sunset cast in person for the show’s reunion episode at Raleigh Studios in Hollywood, California, after she said she had tested positive for COVID-19.
She was subsequently spotted days later working on another project alongside The Real Housewives of New Jersey’s Melissa Gorga.
In May, Quinn appeared on the podcast Call Her Daddy, where she said that producers often went out of their way to stir up trouble between cast members.
‘We come to a scene and they want everything to be – I can’t even say the word without laughing – organic,’ Quinn said, adding that she was ‘best friends’ with the cast’s Chelsea Lazkani and Vanessa Villela.
Quinn donned a luxe Marc Jacobs ensemble in NYC this past June
Said Quinn: ‘So we show up to set and they separate us in different rooms and then they wait until we’re ready to film and they send us in. But in the meantime, they’ll have someone say, “Oh, my gosh, you know Christine just said this about you in a previous scene,” and they’ll come to me [and say], “Chelsea said this about you [in] previous scenes.”
‘So they set up these scenarios which instigate our emotions intentionally. But I’ve been doing the show for four years. I’m on five seasons, so I know how it works.’
In the interview, Quinn said that there are ‘six full-time storyboarders who create narratives’ for the series.
‘What they do is they write the story lines and depending on how things change in [the] real world in our lives, they can kind of rotate the story lines,’ she said.