Mary Fitzgerald Thinks Christine Quinn Faked Covid-19 To Skip Selling Sunset Reunion

Christine Quinn was the straw that stirred the drink in season four and season five of Netflix’s Selling Sunset. She accused her replacement, Emma Hernan of being “the other woman” in her previous relationship with Peter Connell. She also tried to lure Emma’s clients away by using cash offers (allegedly).

Season five was set to be Christine’s reckoning. It is the first ever season of Selling Sunset to film a reunion. As luck would (or wouldn’t) have it, however, Christine didn’t make it to the reunion taping. Apparently she tested positive for COVID right before filming.

There has been a lot of suspicion surrounding Christine’s convenient viral infection. Should we state the obvious? She has a lot to answer for with her cast-mates and coworkers. Not for nothing, Christine had a baby in season four. That said, she has pretty much succeeded in avoiding any of these women for longer than 30 minutes since her iconic wedding in the season three finale episode.

According to Page SixMary Fitzgerald isn’t believing what Christine has to say. When asked by a reporter outside the Oppenheim Offie whether or not she believed her co-star, Mary replied, “No. I mean, me personally? No, because we all tested on Tuesday and then again on Friday.”

 

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Mary claimed that Christine’s results were negative during both of her tests, so she should have been able to tape on Sunday. Mary speculated, “Probably because she didn’t want to face everything she’s done.”

“I mean, that would be my guess, but it’s sad because we all showed up. We didn’t want to have to talk to her about her actions, and I’m sure she didn’t want to have answers for her actions. So, we didn’t want to be there talking about it either, but it’s our job. We’re doing it.”

 

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Mary was also asked whether or not she thought the show could survive without Christine in the mix. She rolled her eyes and said, “I think it will be fine without her,” before conceding that keeping Christine around might be what’s best for the ratings.

“Thankfully it’s not my job. I don’t want to have to make that decision,” Mary continued.  “I think Christine is great for the show. I just don’t think she’s good for the office. But she’s good for the show, so I’ll let that be Jason [Oppenheim] and Netflix’s decision.”

TELL US – DO YOU THINK SELLING SUNSET COULD SURVIVE WITHOUT CHRISTINE? DO YOU THINK CHRISTINE IS JUST AVOIDING THE DRAMA SHE CAUSED OVER THE LAST SEVERAL SEASONS?

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