sell sunset just returned for its sixth season, but The Oppenheim Group looks a little different this time around. Not only has Christine Quinn disappeared from the show after the dramatic season 5 finalebut Vanessa Villela can’t be found either. In fact, it’s not even mentioned once!
With Quinn, Villela, and also Maya Vander over, the new season of sell sunset has a totally different vibe. But what exactly happened to the former cast members and will they be back for future seasons?
Where is Christine Quinn now?
During the first five seasons of sell sunset, Christine Quinn made a huge impact with her jaw-dropping outfits, dramatic feuds, and endless supply of witty one-liners. Understandably, fans of the show were devastated when it was revealed that Quinn wouldn’t be returning for Season 6. However, the reality star has come a long way since leaving reality TV.
First, Quinn started a new real estate brokerage with her husband, Christian Dumontet. RealOpen allows customers to purchase property using cryptocurrency, and the company has subsequently launched RealScorea new credit scoring system for buyers and sellers in the crypto world.
In May 2022, Quinn hinted that she would have loved to present RealOpen on sell sunsetnarrative ELLE.com, “I hope I can encourage everyone to embrace what I do with crypto, and hopefully they can see how cool it is and want to work with me on it.” While sell sunset went in a different direction, it looks like Quinn is set to film more reality shows in the future, telling ELLE.com, “I will never quit television.” The same month, she released her first book, How to be a B*tch Boss.
Along with her endeavors in real estate, Quinn has also dabbled extensively in the fashion industry. In July 2022, she paraded for Balenciaga during Couture Week, alongside Nicole Kidman and Kim Kardashian.
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During an interview with WWDQuinn revealed that she was already planning her future in fashion, saying, “I would love to be a creative director. On top of that, I also like walking and modeling. She continued, “In this At the moment, I’d love to collaborate with big brands and help become a creative director, and then from there I can gain experience and maybe launch my own fashion line.”
As if Quinn wasn’t busy enough, she also hinted that she’d like to keep acting serious, telling The Hollywood Reporter“I’m not saying I’m Lady Gaga, but the fact that she can play these really big roles and be successful, whether that’s american horror story Or A star is born, I want to do things like that. Basically, the world has been Christine Quinn’s oyster since she left her sell sunset quarrels behind.
What happened to Vanessa Villela?
When Vanessa Villela joined sell sunset in Season 4, she brought with her a wealth of acting experience. The Mexican-American actor has made a name for himself on shows like A maid in Manhattan And The Senor of Los Cielos before pursuing a career in real estate, which eventually led her to the Oppenheim Group. Strangely, Villela does not appear in season 6 of sell sunsetand his absence is not even addressed by his castmates.
In May 2023, Villela exclusively revealed to People that she had officially severed ties with the Oppenheim Group for good. Instead, Villela joined the agency, which is run by Kyle Richards’ husband Mauricio Umansky and is featured on Netflix. Buy Beverly Hills. As to whether she could appear on the rival real estate show, Villela said People“I didn’t come back for that reason, but you have to look at next season to see what happens.”
Although cut off from sell sunsetVillela has been extremely busy since she wrapped filming for Season 5. More importantly, in September 2022, she married her photographer fiancé Nick Hardy at the Fairmont Grand Del Mar in San Diego, according to Brides.
Besides real estate, Villela has also launched wave of love, a range of jewelry and accessories inspired by butterflies. As for how she feels about parting ways with sell sunsetsays the actor People“They’re obviously super successful and it’s an amazing show, but I have to make my own life and fulfill my dreams.”
Why did Maya Vander leave?
by Maya Vander get out of sell sunset was confirmed in May 2022, by People. On his Instagram Stories, Vander explained the decision, writing, “I decided not to continue with the show and it was not an easy decision! To be part of such a successful success is absolutely amazing and I am so grateful! She also explained that having lost a baby at 38 weeksshe wanted to get away from the show to spend time with her family.
During interview with ELLE.com, Vander opened up about how difficult it was to be in the public eye while experiencing such deep personal grief. “Obviously by being on a TV show, you’re exposed,” she said in December 2021. “You’re exposing your life. People know what’s going on with you. Naturally, Vander wanted to s out of the spotlight for a while.
In the fifth season of sell sunset, Vander had previously moved to Miami with her family, a move she made permanent after leaving the show. After leaving the Oppenheim Group, Vander announced in June 2022 that the new Maya Vander Group would partner with real estate giant Compass. In short, his career is flourishing.
Along with making headway in real estate, Vander has been busy growing her family. In May 2023, she shared the happy news that she had welcomed a baby girl named Emma Reign, writing on Instagram, “It’s been 9 long months as I kept my pregnancy as quiet as possible on social media. J I gave birth a few days ago and words cannot express my feeling of relief and happiness!
After watching Vander’s heartbreaking journey with the loss of a baby sell sunset, fans and fellow cast members were thrilled with the news. As to whether Vander will be back in Season 6, viewers will just have to wait patiently.
Amy Mackelden is a freelance writer, editor and disability activist. His signatures include Harper’s BAZAAR, Nicki Swift, Cosmopolitan, Marie Claire, ELLE, The Independent, Bustle, Healthline and HelloGiggles. She co-edited The Emma Press Anthology of Illnessand has already spent all her money on Kylie Cosmetics.