'Selling Sunset' Season 5: Christine apologizes to entire cast, wants to 'mend relationships'

'Selling Sunset' Season 5: Christine apologizes to entire cast, wants to 'mend relationships'
Christine Quinn is on the backfoot (Instagram/ @thechristinequinn)

It's no secret that Christine Quinn is the shining, overdramatic diva of 'Selling Sunset'. Since the premiere of Netflix’s 'Selling Sunset' in 2019, Christine Quinn has garnered a bit of a reputation for being both the villain and, occasionally, the over-the-top drama queen. So much so that she’s alienated herself from all the other cast members. She has managed to feud with almost every one of them, including  Mary Fitzgerald, Chrishell Stause, Emma, and the rest of the Oppenheim Group.

In Season five of the addicting real estate reality show, premiering April 22 on Netflix, Christine Quinn finds she is the outcast among all the other women at Oppenheim Group. She is confronted by her fellow cast members for her rude attitude and comments. This has led to Christine finally apologizing to her cast members.


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In episode 7, newcomer Chelsea Lazkani reveals to Heather that she didn’t like the way how other girls attacked Christine at the broker’s party. She calls Christine a lone soldier and mocks the other agents for making her cry. Heather defends her friends and reveals to Chelsea that Christine has strained her relationship with them all. Heather makes it clear that there is a valid reason behind why the other cast members don't like Christine.

In the same episode, Davina confronts Christine in a tense meeting. Christine had mentioned to other girls that Davina wants to be liked by everyone. When a disappointed Davina asks Christine about this, the latter acts clueless.

Christine Quinn (YouTube/Netflix)

Later in Episode 8, Chelsea hosts a tea party for all the girls. During this time Chelsea calls the treatment of girls towards Christine as bullying. Emma tries to make Chelsea understand that Christine is the one who creates problems and drama. She details Christine’s toxic energy and her narrative of always 'being the victim'.

When confronted by all the girls, Christine finally apologizes for her past mistakes. She states that she is trying to be a better person and doesn’t want to create any more chaos. She also affirms that she wants to mend her relationships with all the girls. Even though all the girls are ready to give her a chance, Emma doesn’t trust Christine’s intentions and is not ready to be best friends with her.

Christine Quinn & Chelsea Lazkani (YouTube/Netflix)

The fifth season of Selling Sunset premieres on April 22 on Netflix

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