Christine Quinn Just Hinted At Some Selling Sunset News We Don’t Want To Hear

Please don't let this be true, we're not ready!

No matter what you think of Christine Quinn, her dramatic ways and the fact she’s constantly either causing drama or totally in the centre of it, one thing is for sure… the show would not be the same without her.

And so, it breaks our hearts that she has now hinted at a possible departure *sobs*. And although one would think it’s due to the drama between herself and the other female realtors, it’s actually the total opposite and Christine has explained that it’s the men that are the issue, well, working for a man.

Speaking to The Metro, Christine revealed that she has contemplated an all-female office and supposedly so has Davina, Maya and Heather.

“You know, Davina and I have had conversations, and Maya has had conversations, and Heather has had conversations, all together and separate. All I’m going to say is, it’s hard working for a man. It is. I’m not going to lie. So there’s times where we’ve definitely thought about doing other things.”

Continuing, Christine explained that although she likes working for the Oppenheim Group, she believes the office has some changes to make in order to make it a better place to work.

“I like having that dynamic but it needs to have a little bit of healing, and mend itself first. If I ever saw myself leaving, it would be to work with only women.”


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Christine, hint at something else, please? Don’t let this be it, sis.

Recently, the star also spoke about how the show portrays her as a villain. Explaining that there’s so much footage left out of the show that she wished was included, Christine revealed that some days are harder than others and believes that the producers cast her as the bad guy from day one.

“They wanted me to be the villain, but [there’s more to me] than that in real life. I want to be happy with how I’m portrayed – I go in and out of being OK with it. Some days it’s harder than others,” Christine told Cosmopolitan UK.

Explaining that the producers had a job to make a good show and “it is what it is”, Christine continued by saying that they emphasised on specific parts of each agents personality to make the TV show.

Thankfully, Christine’s not going anywhere right this minute and season three of Selling Sunset will be with us in just over a week – yeow! Catch it on Netflix on August 7.


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