Christine Quinn confirms ‘Selling Sunset’ return

Christine Quinn will be back on “Selling Sunset” despite no longer working for the Oppenheim Group.

“I love the show,” she told Us Weekly while promoting her new book, “How to Be a Boss B*tch,” Tuesday. “The show is, like, my No. 1 [and] everyone knows that, but we just have to get creative now because I don’t work for the Oppenheim Group.

“… Maybe it’s a battle of the brokerages.”

Quinn teased that there could now be a “really interesting dynamic” among her and her former co-workers.

“I’m not going anywhere,” she told the magazine. “Like, I’ll always be on television. I’m not going anywhere. It’s just like, let’s have fun with this now.”

The Netflix personality, 33, came under fire for missing the real estate reality show’s reunion earlier this month, claiming she had tested positive for COVID-19. Her castmates Chrishell Stause and Mary Fitzgerald accused her of lying simply to get out of it.

Quinn skipped the reunion because she had already terminated her contract with the Oppenheim Group.

Quinn, however, claimed she had “terminated” her contract with the Oppenheim Group before the reunion taped.

“Of course there’s no place for me. I terminated my contract weeks ago to filming. I have my own company now lol,” she commented on a TikTok video, which is odd considering now she says she is returning to the show.

It is unclear how her co-stars feel about her return, as they have been feuding with her for nearly the entire series.

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“I’m not going anywhere,” she said.

Oppenheim Group co-boss Jason Oppenheim did not specify how Quinn left the agency, but her profile no longer exists on the brokerage’s website.

“Right now, there’s not a place for her at the Oppenheim Group,” Oppenheim, 45, explained at the reunion. “Now, in the future, if she takes real estate seriously, if I can get an understanding of her perspective on things … there’s a lot of reasons where I would consider her having a place at the Oppenheim Group.”