Home » Selling Sunset’s Christine Quinn Demands Own Spin-off as She’s ‘Tired of Sharing the Screen With Those Five B*tches’
Selling Sunset’s Christine Quinn has said she’s up for fronting her own spin-off show, and we’re so here for it.
Christine is obviously the most meme-able member of the Oppenheim Group, and is the source of some of the most deliciously outrageous moments from the past three seasons of docu-soap.
But like Beyonce or Michael Jackson, it seems she harbours dreams of solo stardom.
Speaking to Vogue, Christine admitted that she’s gunning to front her own show, and we have to admire her ambition.
‘A spin-off solo show would be a great idea,’ she said. ‘I’m so tired of sharing screen time with those five other b*tches — I’m done.
‘Give me my own show already!’
This already sounds like the greatest reality TV program in the history of television, so basically sign us up already. Make it happen, Netflix!
As an agent of chaos, Christine has also reliably been spilling the Selling Sunset tea during her time in lockdown, and we have to appreciate the goss.
Earlier this month, the reality villain extraordinaire announced that Brett had actually left the company to start up his own business. And now, according to Davina at least, more people could follow suit.
Davina Potratz also teased that more people may leave the Oppenheim Group after the departure of the co-owner, who shares the business with his twin brother Jason. Speaking to OK! Magazine, the Justin Hartley apologist said: ‘I don’t know if anyone would join [Brett in leaving]. But, yeah who knows everything could be changed tomorrow so we don’t know.’
Although since Brett’s exit may have unintentionally opened the flood gates for a Selling Sunset exodus.
Last season also saw Maya Vander broach the subject of the twins opening an Oppenheim-spin off shop in Miami, where she lives with her husband and two children.
Maya had since also hinted that she may quit the show altogether to spend more time with her family.
Selling Sunset is available to stream now via Netflix.