Christine Quinn confirms future of Selling Sunset

It's the news we've all been waiting for

Selling Sunset Christine Quinn

by Nathan Katnoria |
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We’ve been ready for a new series of Selling Sunset ever since we binge-watched season three in one whole day (what else was there to do in lockdown tbh?) but after The Oppenheim Group boss Jason Oppenheim revealed he regretted signing up for the show, we started to wonder if we would ever get another fix.

Luckily for us though, the brokerage’s resident fashionista and our new icon Christine Quinn has spoken out about the future of the Netflix series and it’s good news.

During an appearance on This Morning, Christine confirmed that Netflix have picked up Selling Sunset for a fourth season BUT it may be a while before it actually hits our screens.

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“We're not back filming now, but Jason has confirmed that we've gotten picked up,” she told hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield.

“We're just kind of waiting and I know he's talked about it in the press but no one really knows the date, and I know filming restrictions are really hard, especially in Los Angeles now with such a big film production. So we're kind of just waiting.”

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City of stars

When the likes of J-Lo and Nicole Scherzinger are on your books, there's no time to be starstruck. But that's not a problem when the brokers have starry connections of their own. Chrishell was married to This Is Us' Justin Hartley (sore point – he dumped her during filming), and was herself a daytime soap actress before getting her realtor's licence, while former NBA cheerleader Amanza dated actor Taye Diggs. Because this is Hollywood, most of the ladies working at Oppenheim are ex-models and actresses, and Heather was a Playboy Playmate.

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Bosses with benefits

You might think it's awkward to work for your ex-boyfriend, but Mary has no such problem with Jason, who co-owns the brokerage with his twin brother Brett. In fact, the cast don't just work together, they play together, and often launch into all their personal dramz during office hours. The scandal of it all! But when they're not hugging and kissing, they're destroying each other with the bitterest war of words. At this point, we've honestly lost count of how many people Christine's fallen out with.

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Jaw-dropping digs

If that $44m property we mentioned is a bit modest for you, how about a $75m house, with nine bedrooms, 12 bathrooms and, of course, its own helipad? And it's not just the buyers and sellers who are rolling in dough – when the property price is so high, an agent can expect to earn over a million dollars in commission alone! Guess that's how they can afford all those Ferraris and Louboutins...

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Queen of mean

All hail Christine, the self-appointed MVP of Selling Sunset. Christine doesn't do subtlety – her couture outfits, cutting put-downs and claws-out catfights are so extra, they deserve their own spin-off series. Let's not forget, this is the lady who said she wanted a very "casual" engagement party... "with a sexual Phantom Of The Opera theme, a zebra, and Cirque du Soleil performers hanging out in the back." She also doesn't bite her tongue when it comes to having it out with her co-workers and making them earn their keep. Remember when she said that new girl Chrishell should "sit on the floor until she proves herself"? We love her and hate her all at once.

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Work hard, play hard

Honestly, zebras are small fry when it comes to Christine's wedding, which included chocolate gargoyle table settings, fake snow falling as she walked down the aisle, and four live swans. But it's not just the private functions that push the invite envelope – imagine going to an open house that offers free burgers and Botox upon arrival.

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Cut-throat clients

No one has more exacting standards than a client at The Oppenheim Group. And why shouldn't they? They've got money to burn and future house guests to impress. We particularly enjoy Alexandra, the monotone, impossible-to-please app entrepreneur, who gives Chrishell a major ticking off when she doesn't meet the brief, telling her, "My time is important." Special mention goes to Kim Kardashian's frenemy Larsa Pippen, who complains that a walk-in closet the size of our flat isn't big enough. Worse, there isn't parking space for her 12 cars.

Christine also hit back at claims that the show is “fake”, insisting that she and the rest of her colleagues at The Oppenheim Group are real estate agents.

She continued, “All of us are actually real estate agents. There was a new girl that came in the brokerage. Mary and I have been the longest – Mary and I have been there for seven years.

“I mean, there's a lot of realtors out there and some are new and some have been around the block and Mary and I have definitely been around the block!”

But when Holly and Phil asked if Netflix had brought in additional actors for dramatic purposes, the 31-year-old remained slightly more tight-lipped, only adding, “I don’t know. I don’t know. I heard rumours.”

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Christine’s season four revelation comes after Davina Potratz announced she’s QUIT The Oppenheim Group to join their rivals Douglas Elliman.

“I'm really excited to be a part of Douglas Elliman and their very sophisticated and global new development division,” she told PEOPLE.

"My background is in new development sales and marketing, so this is just a wonderful opportunity for me. It's just very in tune with my skills. It’s not that I wanted to leave, but I had a great opportunity. It was a purely business decision.”

There’s no need to panic too much though as Davina reckons she’ll still pop up on Selling Sunset.

She added, “I certainly hope that I’m still part of the cast. Brett is not at the Oppenheim Group anymore either, so I don’t think that that’s going to be an issue at all.”

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