Chrishell Stause e Christine Quinn sono noti per la loro relazione antagonista nel reality show di Netflix, “Selling Sunset”. Nel corso delle cinque stagioni dello show, gli spettatori hanno assistito agli alti e bassi della loro relazione e ai molti momenti drammatici che ne sono derivati. in un’intervista del marzo 2021 con Us Weekly, Quinn ha spiegato: “Chrishell [and I] abbiamo principalmente una relazione professionale, in un certo senso lo manteniamo”. In un’intervista del giugno 2021 con Us Weekly, Stause ha fatto eco al sentimento: “Non penso che sia un segreto, sai, non siamo amici. Ma penso che l’obiettivo sia essere in grado di essere colleghi”.
By the end of Season 4, this professional relationship had been called into question, as the conflict between the co-stars led to Stause threatening legal action against Quinn. She explained the situation to Vulture in December 2021. "[Quinn] tried to plant a false story when I was going through my divorce and I had to have both sides confirm that it wasn't true and then threaten legal action," Stause said. After all that's happened between them over the years, Stause believes that getting back to being on good terms would be really difficult.
Season 5 premiered on Netflix on April 22 and has revealed things are no less tense between Stause and Quinn now. In fact, the drama heightened even further when the "All My Children" star accused Quinn of lying to get out of the "Selling Sunset" reunion event.
Chrishell Stause thinks Christine Quinn was lying
Chrishell Stause took to Twitter on April 27 to respond to a TMZ story calling out Christine Quinn for returning to work just three days after claiming she couldn't attend the "Selling Sunset" reunion due to coming down with COVID-19. Stause used a GIF instead of words to express her belief that her "Selling Sunset" co-star was lying about catching the virus. The GIF featured host Maury Povich stating one of his signature lines: "The lie detector test determined that was a lie." Stause posted her reaction in the comments below TMZ's article to make it clear what she was responding to.
On April 25, a rep for Quinn told People that she decided not to attend the April 24 reunion after testing positive for the coronavirus. Her intention was to avoid passing the virus to the rest of the cast and crew. The rep specified, "She is still feeling under the weather and is taking all necessary precautions to keep her family safe." It turns out that fellow co-star Amanza Smith also tested positive for the virus and attended the reunion via a video call. This option was apparently given to Quinn, as well, but she wasn't feeling up for attending all the same, her rep told TMZ.
Quinn has yet to comment on Stause's accusation that she was lying about her health.