Selling Sunset's Christine Quinn has responded to claims that the popular Netflix series is "fake" and that actors were brought in for dramatic purposes. Appearing on Thursday's This Morning, the reality TV star insisted that she, along with the other stars of the show, is in fact a real estate agent.
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"All of us are actually real estate agents," she told Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield, adding: "There was a new girl that came in the brokerage. Mary and I have been the longest – Mary and I have been there for seven years."
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She continued: "I mean, there's a lot of realtors out there and some are new and some have been around the block and Mary and I have definitely been around the block!"
However, Christine was more hesitant after Phillip questioned whether Netflix had brought in additional actors for the series to enhance the drama. "I believe," she began, before pausing for thought and adding: "I don't know. I don't know. I heard rumours."
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The Netflix has been confirmed for a fourth season
The reality show, which focuses on the glamorous lives of a group of real estate brokers as they compete to sell the most luxurious and lucrative properties in the heart of the Hollywood Hills, has been a huge success with Netflix subscribers despite the fake claims.
Luckily for fans, it seems that there will eventually be even more drama and glamour on the horizon.
Christine confirmed the news during her interview on the ITV show, explaining: "We're not back filming now, but Jason has confirmed that we've gotten picked up.
"We're just kind of waiting and I know he's talked about it in the press but no one really knows the date, and I know filming restrictions are really hard, especially in Los Angeles now with such a big film production. So we're kind of just waiting."
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