Selling Sunset’s Christine Quinn seen working on project three days after positive COVID test AND missing reunion
Selling Sunset personality Christine Quinn was seen filming a project on Tuesday, just days after she tested positive for COVID-19.
The Dallas native, 33, had tested positive for the virus Saturday, her rep told TMZ, and was not able to join the cast in person for the show’s reunion episode at Raleigh Studios in Hollywood, California.
Quinn was seen Tuesday, according to the outlet, filming another project alongside Melissa Gorga, 43, of The Real Housewives of New Jersey, while crew members surrounded the pair.
The latest: Selling Sunset personality Christine Quinn, 33, was seen filming a project on Tuesday, just days after she tested positive for COVID-19. She was snapped in LA in December
Current guidelines from the CDC indicate that those who test positive or have symptoms, regardless of vaccination status, should remain home for at least five days and isolate from others, wear ‘a well-fitting mask if you must be around others’ and refrain from traveling.
In the images from the set, neither Quinn or Gorga are wearing masks, while one of the three crew members is.
The show’s Amanza Smith also tested positive for the virus, and appeared on the reunion remotely.
A rep for Quinn told the outlet that the reality star was given the chance to appear via video chat, but did not take it as she was feeling ill.
The Dallas native, 33, had tested positive for the virus Saturday, and was not able to join the cast in person for the show’s reunion episode at Raleigh Studios in Hollywood, California
Quinn was seen Tuesday filming another project alongside Melissa Gorga, 43, of The Real Housewives of New Jersey, while crew members surrounded the pair. Gorga was seen last month in NYC
Many fans had been skeptical of Quinn’s diagnosis, according to TMZ, under the rationale that she wanted to avoid conflict with cast members on the Netflix series, as the show’s villain character.
Quinn told E!’s Daily Pop late last year the she had grown tired of the villain moniker on the series.
‘I actually really loved it at first, and I was embracing it because I love to put on a show and be a character,’ she said. ‘It’s so fun for me, you know? However, I was hoping that there would be multiple sides that would be shown – my vulnerability, different things – but throughout the seasons, it just seemed to be this one-note consistency of my character portrayal.
‘So it was hard for me. Especially when I was going through a lot this season. It’s fun, but people need to realize it’s a show.’
Quinn said that she felt like there was ‘definitely favoritism in the editing room’ when it came to how she was portrayed on the series.