Selling Sunset's Christine Quinn confirms show will be back for series four

Selling Sunset's Christine Quinn confirms show will be back for series four

Selling Sunset star Christine Quinn has confirmed the exciting news that her hit Netflix show will be back for another series.


Speaking on Thursday’s episode of This Morning in the UK, the reality show queen revealed that the hugely popular real estate series will return for a fourth run, but due to the global pandemic has not yet started filming.


Referring to her boss at The Oppenheim Group, the real estate agency which features in the show, Christine explained: ‘Jason has confirmed we’ve been picked up for another series, but we’re kind of waiting.’


She’s back! Selling Sunset star Christine Quinn has confirmed the exciting news that her hit Netflix show will be back for another series



In the meantime fans of super villain Christine can see her next in an episode of MTV Cribs. 


The show, which was a huge hit in the noughties has returned with some all-star names giving viewers a tour of their lavish abodes.


‘You guys are used to seeing me selling other people’s home, but I thought it was time to show them my home,’ Christine told This Morning from her Los Angeles house. ‘It was iconic, I was so excited. This show has me, Gemma Colllins, Caitlyn Jenner, it was favourite show growing up.’ 


Christine lives in her LA home with her husband Christian Richard, a retired tech entrepreneur, and told This Morning that it’s her dream house.  


Exciting: Speaking on Thursday’s episode of This Morning in the UK, the reality show queen revealed that the hugely popular series will return for a fourth run, but has not t started filming



‘We’ve been through two rounds of renovations. I wanted to live in this exact same house when I had the listing on it six years ago, so it manifested,’ she gushed. 


The blonde lives a lavish life, even revealing that she once had a tiger in her garden for a day. ‘We had a tiger in our garden, it was fun and he was so happy. He had the greatest time ever. The tiger just came to hang out for the day, but now it’s gone back.’


Christine later joked that her furry friend could come in handy if her Selling Sunset rival Chrishell Stause ever wants to drop in as she quipped when asked if she’d invite her foe round to her house: ‘I don’t know, I might have my tiger out front!’


Welcome to my home: In the meantime fans of super villain Christine can see her next in an episode of MTV Cribs alongside husband Christian Richard



Christine’s lavish lifestyle is a far cry from her upbringing in Texas as she described how she ‘grew up in a town where people rode their horses to the stores. I wore my sister’s hand-me-downs for years’.


The star now boasts a huge designer wardrobe and over 400 pairs of shoes after her passion for fashion grew over the years. 


Her taste for the finer things extends to her kitchen as she revealed she keeps no food in her fridge and ‘all I have is champagne and redbull! I buy all my groceries in the day and eat it.’




Claws out: Christine later joked that if her Selling Sunset rival Chrishell Stause ever wants to drop in to her home she’ll have a surprise in store



She admitted though that she’s not the best at keeping her plush house spick and span, telling This Morning that she had to clear up before MTV producers arrived for filming, admitting: ‘I’m kind of a slob!’      


Earlier this month, the reality star refused during an interview with an Australian outlet to confirm rumors she made $9 million as the Oppenheim Group’s top realtor in 2019.  

Her net worth is reportedly $2 million, according to UK’s The Sun, while her husband’s net worth is valued at $20 million.


Quinn and Richard married last December in a gothic winter wonderland-themed wedding during the third season of Selling Sunset, 


Before starring in Netflix’s Selling Sunset, Quinn appeared in NCIS: Los Angeles and Hot Tub Time Machine as an actress.


Sell, sell sell! Earlier this month, the reality star refused during an interview with an Australian outlet to confirm rumors she made $9 million as the Oppenheim Group’s top realtor