This Christine Quinn interview paints a *very* different picture of 'Selling Sunset'
Buckle up, buttercup! The Christine Quinn interview on 'TSC: Him & Her' proves she doesn't need to be in-office to make a statement
The Christine Quinn interview on The Skinny Confidential: Him & Her podcast is proof that she doesn't need a Selling Sunset season 6 storyline to stir the pot.
In her absence, the Selling Sunset cast is certainly doing fine taking digs at one another. Chrishell Stause and Nicole Young are at each other's throats while Chelsea Lazkani can't wrap her head around Bre Tiesi's relationship with Nick Cannon. "Messy" would be an understatement.
While all of that is unfolding at the O Group headquarters, Quinn, who left Selling Sunset after season 5, has decided to share her reality, and she alleges that what we see on screen isn't necessarily 100% accurate. After her May interview with the podcast, here are the accusations that made fans do a double take.
Christine Quinn interview revelations that shocked us
Have a listen to see how Quinn's take on the real estate industry differs from what the show portrays. You'll have to witness both sides to uncover what's real and what's fake (allegedly, the listings!).
1. Christine did not have social media before the show
Okay, this reveal is not exactly earth-shattering, but it's hard to believe that a personality who's amassed over 4 million Instagram followers wasn't active on social media prior to Selling Sunset. Quinn revealed that she didn't have a Facebook or Instagram before the show. Now, needless to say, her selfie game is strong!
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2. Christine was meant to be the villain
We often asked, "Can Selling Sunset survive without Christine Quinn, resident villainess?" According to her interview, Quinn was pegged as the bad girl by production from the get-go.
She insisted that she argued with not only the cast but production for speaking her peace and not going along with all of their wishes. She also noted that she was given a tough time by the crew after her difficult pregnancy, and some suggested she had even faked it for the show.
3. Production dictated what the girls should wear
Selling Sunset is known for some pretty wild fashion moments, to say the least. According to Quinn, sexy outfits were imposed on the realtors, some of whom weren't able to back down to the demands.
She also recalled having to film an impromptu scene, to which she agreed but warned production that she had just come from horseback riding. Allegedly, her equestrian outfit and gear sent them into a tailspin.
4. The 'type' of O Group employee is intentional
If you look back at Jason Oppenheim's relationship history, he's dated more than a few co-workers. According to Quinn, this is not an accident. The Oppenheim brothers hand-selected attractive, "submissive" women to join the team.
(Psst: here's what Jason's new girlfriend, Marie-Lou Nurk, *really* thinks about his staff.)
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5. The listings aren't real
Prior to her chat with TSC: Him & Her, Quinn put the word out that the extravagant listings we see on the series aren't real, and neither are the exorbitant commissions. When the rumor made its way onto TikTok, everyone was floored. So, what does that mean about Davina's $75 million house?!
So who do you believe? Tune into Selling Sunset season 6, now streaming on Netflix, to make the call. Here's everything you need to know about Selling Sunset season 7.
Danielle is a writer for woman&home and My Imperfect Life, covering all-things news, lifestyle and entertainment.
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Before her time at Future, Danielle was the editor of Time Out New York Kids and a news editor at Elite Daily. Her work has also appeared in Domino, Chowhound, amNewYork and Newsday, among other outlets.
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