Christine Quinn Just Spilled Some "Selling Sunset" Tea And It Sounds Like There's A Lot Of Drama Going On Behind The Scenes

    "A lot of us don't want to go to the office because we don't want to see each other."

    Let's be honest, Selling Sunset is pretty much the only good thing to happen in 2020.

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    The third season of the luxury real estate reality TV show hit Netflix recently and to say it's been filled with drama is an understatement.

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    MINOR SPOILERS AHEAD! 🚨

    Since the previous season, there have been further divisions between the Oppenheim women, seeing them basically split in opinion over Chrishell Stause's "blindsiding" divorce from Justin Hartley.

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    And, of course, there's Christine Quinn, who's back and as extra as ever while planning her wedding, an event that somehow manages to be even more over-the-top than you can imagine.

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    Well, in a pretty lengthy interview with People recently, Christine opened up about the new season of Selling Sunset, spilling some behind-the-scenes tea that has definitely got me side-eyeing the show.

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    First of all, the drama between the girls appears to very real. So much so, in fact, that Christine said it's a blessing they're working from home at the moment as some don't want to see others after watching the latest episodes.

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    She explained: "A lot of us don't want to go to the office because we don't want to see each other, because we're like, 'Yikes,' after [seeing] the season."

    I mean, can you imagine the tension in the office after Chrishell called Christine out last month for talking to the press about her divorce?

    It’s so frustrating and unfortunate that someone would use someone’s personal painful situation to get press for themselves. I can’t say I am surprised, but please check the source. She has absolutely zero knowledge of the marriage we had.

    Speaking of which, Christine responded to what Chrishell tweeted and...yep, let's just say things still aren't great.

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    "Well, her and I are not on the best terms," Christine told People. "I've definitely tried. I did my best effort. It's unfortunate. She just really didn't want to be friends. She made it apparent she only wanted to coexist."

    The interview also touched on Christine being labelled as the Selling Sunset villain, something she appears to have no real problem with. If anything, she just seems to be happy that she's keeping people entertained!

    However, despite leaning into the whole ~villain~ thing, Christine made it clear that she's not a "one-note bitch" and actually has a "heart of gold" — she even bought fans laptops and iPhones!

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    "I am a bitch, don't get me wrong," she said. "But there's other elements to me. I'm super sweet and caring and empathetic, and I do a lot for people."

    She continued: "I do have a heart of gold underneath that, and I think sometimes with television, it's really hard to see all the elements of a human being on a television show."

    But by far the most iconic moment of the feature was when the interviewer said that Davina had "upped her style" this season, to which Christine simply replied: "Thank you."

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    "I take all credit," she added. "I told her, 'Listen, Davina, stop with the mom blazers. Please, let me dress you.'"

    We should all have friends like Christine!

    You can read the full interview for yourself here.

    Ben Henry is a celebrity reporter for BuzzFeed UK and is based in London.

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