Mary Fitzgerald, from ‘Selling Sunset’, believes the show is improved without Christine Quinn.

Mary Fitzgerald

Season Six of the popular reality TV show “Selling Sunset” has arrived on Netflix, offering fans a fresh dose of luxurious properties, high-end fashion, and, of course, plenty of drama.

However, keen-eyed viewers may notice a missing face from the Season Six cast—Christine Quinn. In a previous interview with Entertainment Weekly, the real estate agent declared that she would never return to the show. The previous season ended with accusations that Quinn had been bribing clients, an allegation she vehemently denies. During the reunion episode, Jason Oppenheim, co-owner of the Oppenheim Group, stated that there was currently no place for her at the agency.

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So, what has Christine Quinn been up to since departing from “Selling Sunset”? In March, she made headlines as a contestant on the popular show “The Masked Singer.” She also released a paperback version of her book, titled “How To Be A Boss B—-,” and co-founded a cryptocurrency-based brokerage with her husband, Christian Richard. Furthermore, she is busy raising her son, also named Christian.

When asked about the absence of Christine Quinn in Season Six, Jason Oppenheim expressed mixed feelings. He mentioned that filming this season was particularly stressful for him, but he also felt that Quinn’s absence allowed the show to explore different relationships and delve into more layered aspects between the cast members. Mary Fitzgerald, another cast member and agent, echoed these sentiments, stating that the show feels better without Quinn’s overwhelming presence and constant issues. According to Fitzgerald, the office now has a more “normal dynamic,” with each person dealing with their own private matters, which adds depth to the show.

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Emma Hernan, another agent on the show, described the change in dynamic as a “breath of fresh air.” She emphasized the positive and uplifting atmosphere among the women in the office, who are now able to focus on their work and personal lives without the constant drama associated with Quinn.

Chelsea Lakzani, who formed a close bond with Quinn during the previous season, admitted that it was an adjustment to film without her. She likened their friendship to that of Batman and Robin and mentioned that she missed Quinn’s humor. However, Lakzani also highlighted the strong connections she formed with other cast members both on and off the show, assuring that she has the best of both worlds.

As for the agents’ relationship with Christine Quinn, there has been minimal contact. Lakzani stated that they talk occasionally and catch up with each other’s lives, but she remains tight-lipped about the show’s behind-the-scenes details. Mary Fitzgerald also mentioned a brief text conversation with Quinn, exchanging well wishes, but their communication has been limited.

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Chrishell Stause, who had previous tensions with Quinn, expressed that she has moved on from any ill feelings and wishes her former rival the best. Stause believes that everyone has moved on from the drama, signaling a sense of closure and growth among the cast.

As fans delve into Season Six of “Selling Sunset,” they can expect a new dynamic among the cast, fresh storylines, and the usual mix of luxury real estate and personal drama. While Christine Quinn may be absent from this season, the show continues to captivate viewers with its glamorous depiction of the Los Angeles real estate market and the agents’ intertwining personal lives.