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Christine Quinn calls out 'Selling Sunset's authenticity, says enjoy '5,000 fake storylines'

While the show paints Christine Quinn to be the ultimate villain, it looks like she isn't holding back either!
UPDATED APR 22, 2022
Christine Quinn attends the 47th Annual People's Choice Awards at Barker Hangar (Amy Sussman/Getty Images)
Christine Quinn attends the 47th Annual People's Choice Awards at Barker Hangar (Amy Sussman/Getty Images)

If you've been keeping up 'Selling Sunset', you know that the show comes with a chaste amount of drama. And where there is drama, there is Christine Quinn. With Season 4 ending with the Oppenheim Group girls being upset at her, Season 5 seems to pick up the same storyline.

Throughout the ten episodes of Season 5, there is a considerable amount of fights and confrontations, with everyone sticking to their side of the story. However, the end of Season 5 indicates that Christine's time at the Oppenheim Group might be shorter than expected. And while that is a shocker, Quinn took to Twitter to call out the show's authenticity.


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While fans waited with bated breath to catch the new season of 'Selling Sunset', Quinn took to Twitter to post a tweet that read, "30 minutes till the launch of #SellingSunset enjoy the new season and all of its 5,000 fake storylines! "


Season 5 comes with its fair share of drama, which seems to revolve around Quinn. While she does stir the pot in a sense, it is hard to deny that the cast often comes at her in a group, which certainly looks like bullying to anyone looking from the outside. The only one who seems to be sticking up for her is Oppenheim's new agent Chelsea Lazkani, seeing that the two of them are close. Emma Hernan even accused her of trying to bribe a client on the show, a claim that Christine denied during her confessional on the series.  The series ends on an interesting note as Quinn's future with the group is uncertain because she mentions that she is ready to do more on her own. In light of her tweet, it looks like Quinn is not sparing the show itself, calling the series out on its storylines.

While the show doesn't paint her in the best light, it has not affected fans' opinions about her, seeing that they clearly are invested in the series because of her. "Completely forgot Selling Sunset was out, Christine hive ROLL OUT," tweeted a fan. "The girls on selling sunset are literally obsessed with christine," added another. "OMG I REALLY WANNA WATCH SELLING SUNSET AND SEE MY QUEEN CHRISTINE ?!??!?" said a fan. "Watching Selling Sunset season 5 for my queen Christine only!" tweeted another. 





Catch Season 5 of 'Selling Sunset' on Netflix from April 22, 2022