Selling Sunset Star Admits To Having Coronavirus While Filming Season 3

'I actually had, which I now know, was corona.'


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As we eagerly await the release of Selling Sunset season three; which drops on Netflix August 7, FYI, it looks like we might spot one sick star in the show.

Probably the easiest star to point out due to her dramatic nature and 12 inch heels, real estate agent Christine Quinn has revealed that she had coronavirus while filming the show – yikes.

While tying the knot to businessman Christian Richard in December 2019; you might remember their lavish engagement played out in season two of the show, Christine has revealed that she had corona at the wedding.

‘I was really, really sick on my wedding day. I actually had, which I now know, was corona,” she told Goss.

And since Christine’s wedding is set to be the highlight of season three, a wedding which Jason Oppenheim noted as a stand-out event in a recent interview with STELLAR, we hope the rest of the cast and guests at the wedding avoided catching the virus.


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Besides Christine’s wedding and Chrishell’s split with Justin Hartley, property is also set to feature big in season three.

The sale of Hillside – a mega pad in the Hollywood Hills which featured heavily in season one and two, will be sold in season three for $35.5 million, one of the priciest pads to ever sell in the hills, and listed by Jason himself.

Speaking about the sell, Jason told STELLAR:

“It was awesome, very rewarding. You know, that was an important house for us to sell and I was really excited about it, but it was difficult to be honest. It had some ups and downs, even the escrow, but it was a great young couple that bought the house and they were really excited, so in the end it closed and that’s what matters.”


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Continuing, Jason added that he “was really glad we were able to capture that sell on the show” because he “truly believes it was one of the most beautiful homes to ever sell on the Hollywood Hills.”

We don’t disagree with you there, Jason. The pool alone had us in total awe.

So, there you have it. If you weren’t counting down the days to season three, we’re sure you are now! With all the cast set to return to our screens and more promised drama and sales, a Selling Sunset binge is on the horizon, folks!


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