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'Selling Sunset': Here's why Christine Quinn quit show and it's not because of Chrishell Stause

Christine Quinn will not be appearing in the sixth and seventh seasons of Netflix's ‘Selling Sunset’
UPDATED AUG 18, 2022
Reality star Christine Quinn has quit hit Netflix reality series 'Selling Sunset' (@christinequinn / Instagram)
Reality star Christine Quinn has quit hit Netflix reality series 'Selling Sunset' (@christinequinn / Instagram)

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: For fans who have loved watching the prominent reality star and real estate agent Christine Quinn in the past five seasons of the hit Netflix reality series ‘Selling Sunset,’ it might come across as a sad moment as Quinn has quit the series.

According to Variety, it's official that Quinn has indeed exited the reality series and is not going to appear in the sixth and seventh seasons of the show which recently commenced back-to-back production.

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Why has Christine Quinn quit ‘Selling Sunset’?

Quinn was a permanent and integral part of the main cast for the past five seasons of the show, which revolved around the lives of employees working within the high-end and avant-garde real estate firm named Oppenheim Group. In the show’s past five seasons so far, Quinn’s visible rivalry and war with cast member Chrishell Stause following her much-talked-about relationship and eventual marriage to renowned entrepreneur Christian Richards have been majorly covered in the series. The rivalry did elicit a bunch of mixed reactions from the fans on social media.


However, in an interview on ‘Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen’ in May, Quinn opened up on the real reason behind her quitting the show. The reality star revealed that she wanted to put all her energy and focus on her new business ‘RealOpen,’ which is a crypto-currency-based real-estate company. She also quashed rumors of her not attending the ‘Selling Sunset’ reunion special because of the rivalry. She said she had contracted the Covid-19 virus and so had to skip the celebration. 
Later, the real estate agent also appeared in a Spotify podcast episode of 'Call Her Daddy', in which she ended up publically lashing out at series creator Adam DiVello, citing clearly how he had told her to “fall down the stairs” during a disagreement because of an interview she did for the show.


'Selling Sunset' is produced by Done and Done Productions and Lionsgate. DiVello executive produces alongside Jason Oppenheim, Sundee Manusakis, Kristofer Lindquist and Skyler Wakil. I

In addition to the main show, a spinoff series titled 'Selling the OC,' is set to globally premiere on Netflix on August 24.