Did Christine Quinn always know she’d be famous?
Selling real estate and fighting with castmates isn’t all Selling Sunset star Christine Quinn wants to do. In fact, she has a lot more going on behind the scenes, and her drive towards fame is the reason she’s such a powerhouse in the entertainment business now.
Through the show, audiences have come to know Quinn for her vicious quips and dramatic nature. It also doesn’t hurt that she has a killer wardrobe to go with all of that attitude. Her natural ability to attract the spotlight at all times is not new as she started modeling at age 15, and even then, she knew that she was going to be famous one day.
Fame ran in her blood
Quinn is no stranger to attention, which is why she is striving to work on more of her own interests after the next season of Selling Sunset – that is, if it gets filmed.
In an interview with WSJ Magazine, Quinn stated, “It would be great to film the next season and then do my own thing because I feel like I have a lot to share with the world outside of real estate and fighting with b—-es. Although don’t get me wrong, I love it and I’m great at it.”
Because of her modeling experience, Quinn seems to have learned young about how much fight it would take for her to get to the top. At 31 years old, she has finally made it and won’t be stopping now.
“[[Fame]] was something that I always believed in and always thought and always knew. I didn’t know exactly what I wanted to do, but I just knew that I wanted to entertain people and make them laugh,” she continued with WSJ Magazine.
Owning what she’s worked for
As a self-made millionaire, part of what has made Christine Quinn the most popular figure on Selling Sunset is her never-ending confidence. She’s made herself known by just being unapologetically who she is and having people gravitate towards her.
“I made my first million from property and investments. I was doing a little acting and some modeling and I started investing in the stock markets when I was 23,” Quinn told Vogue. “I had some good outcomes from investments I’d made. Once I was financially secure, I was ready to meet someone on my own level. It’s so important to have your own foundation first. You can have a rich husband, and make your own money too.”
Because she’s in a better place with exposure than she was a few years ago, Quinn thought it to be the perfect time to start her own brand. While there are no concrete details yet, it will be a lifestyle brand that represents what Christine Quinn loves, and it can be expected to have an aesthetic made for any woman that wants to be her own boss: bold and unforgettable.
Besides her brand, Quinn’s not ready to stop just yet and her visions of her future are just getting started. Don’t expect to see any less of her because she isn’t letting her fame stop at Selling Sunset.
“Having kids in a year or so would be amazing – imagine little Christines running around. But all in due time,” she told Vogue. “A spinoff solo show would be a great idea. I’m so tired of sharing screen time with those five other b—-es–I’m done. Give me my own show already!”