'Selling Sunset' Season 2: Christine shows up in glam, but viewers feel her toxic nature overshadows her style

'Christine is the worst type of person. A person to gaslight every situation or fight she’s put in,' said a viewer


                            'Selling Sunset' Season 2: Christine shows up in glam, but viewers feel her toxic nature overshadows her style
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Netflix's 'Selling Sunset' Season 2 saw a new addition to the mix is Amanza Smith, an interior designer, who's just earned her real-estate license and is learning the ropes of the game. The reality TV show is based on the lives of wealthy realtors and interior designers in California, including Chrishell Stause, Christine Quinn, Maya Vander, Mary Fitzgerald, Heather Young and Davina Potratz. They are elite real estate agents who broker luxe homes to an affluent and celebrity clientele. The series also features Romain Bennet (Mary's fiance), and Jason and Brett Oppenheim, who own the high-end real estate firm.

Of the lot, a few of these ladies have earned reputations for being toxic, including Christine Quinn, Heather Young and Davina Potratz. While fans admit that Christine is one of the most glamorous women on the show, they agree that she can be toxic and likes to cause a lot of drama.

One fan tweeted, "Christine STOP fighting people’s battle! It makes you look like a bully #SellingSunset," while another wrote, "Everyone needs to cut off Christine. Whenever anyone realizes the toxicity she brings, she tries to apologize and snake herself back into someone’s life... when she knows she doesn’t even belong. This is why no one liked her growing up."

One viewer wrote, "Christine, [Davina] and Heather are literally the toxic trio. - love to start shit then claim they don’t like drama - claim to be real but use that as an excuse to act like bratty bitc*es - gaslighting every fight - horrendous people to have in your life."

Another opined, "Christine is the worst type of person. A person to gaslight every situation or fight she’s put in. She loves calling people out but hates when the role is reversed. She’s a snake and extremely two-faced. When other people call her out, she denies it and throws blame."

One viewer tweeted, "Watching Selling Sunset, and Christine, the resident vixen has seriously Lala’ed up in this new season - complete with rich fiancé, second-wife wardrobe, and major ’tude. All part of the shared planetary systems of reality-set West Hollywood."

Another opined, "I feel like Christine gets off on being the mean girl she never got to be in high school and I can understand that to an extent but sis, your outfits are already the biggest flex, you don’t have to do ANYTHING ELSE."

Season 2 of 'Selling Sunset' is now streaming on Netflix.

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