Selling Sunset's Christine Quinn had a lot to say about the show's editing process

"It wouldn't be entertaining if we were all nice and sweet to each other - that's not a show worth watching!"
Selling Sunset's Christine Quinn had a lot to say about the show's editing process

Christine is no doubt the most memorable character on Netflix's Selling Sunset. On the show, she's known for her no-nonsense, ready-to-come-for-you attitude, however, the real estate agent claims the Netflix show portrays her in a light which isn't a fair reflection of who she truly is.

"I believe I went into Selling Sunset on day one and production had a perception of me. They wanted me to be the villain," she tells Cosmo UK. 

The Selling Sunset star was involved in some of the biggest arguments on the show - the season two premiere focused on her falling out with Chrishell and her confrontation with Mary Fitzgerald when she was not invited to her hen-do.

"A lot is cut out - we shoot for six months of hours and hours of footage, and the episodes are cut down. There's a lot of footage you don't see - and there's a lot of things I wish you'd seen. But at the end of the day, this is a television show - we do want to entertain you," she added.

Speaking to about how her mean-girl personality came about, Christine said: "I think producers take a look at the cast as a whole, and they're like, 'OK, what can individually each person bring to the table?' And they expand from there. It is what it is."