A Timeline of The Drama Between Selling Sunset‘s Chrishell and Christine

Spoilers for Selling Sunset below.

The Hills had Lauren Conrad and Heidi Montag’s frenemies feud. Real Housewives of New Jersey aired Teresa Giudice’s table-flipping beef with Danielle Staub. And now Netflix’s Selling Sunset has the ongoing rift between real estate agents Chrishell Stause and Christine Quinn. From the moment Christine discovered Chrishell would be joining The Oppenheim Group, she was determined to ruffle feathers. Since then, the pair’s relationship has been rocky at best and completely non-existent at worst. Things only continue to escalate as Christine recently weighed in on Chrishell’s shocking divorce from This Is Us actor Justin Hartley.

Ahead, a recap of the drama between the opposing sides of Oppenheim over three seasons. Plus, a breakdown of where Christine and Chrishell stand with one another today as the latter competes on Dancing With the Stars.

Season 1

The first season of Selling Sunset provides a series of ups and downs for the pair. In some moments, they’re grabbing cocktails as Christine fills Chrishell the lay of the land that is real estate in the Hollywood Hills. Chrishell even proposes that Christine is a “teddy bear on the inside.” Other episodes show the agents battling it out for a multimillion-dollar client. (Chrishell wins out, which Christine attributes to “beginner’s luck”).

Things turn definitively sour between them after Chrishell speaks to fellow agent Davina Portaz about the relationship between their co-worker Mary Fitzgerald and her then-fiancé Romain Bonnet, who is 12 years her junior. Chrishell, still new to the group, asks Davina what the financial situation between the couple looks like. (Does she pay his bills? Do they have a prenup?) Davina promptly tells agent Maya Vander about the gossipy convo, who in turn tells Christine, who tells Mary herself.

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This all culminates in a company pool party in the final episode. Christine accuses Chrishell of being “two-faced” by talking about Mary’s relationship behind her back but seeming supportive to her face. Chrishell tries to defend herself and explain that Davina was also questioning the romance. Then, Chrishell angrily walks out, but not before Christine has also called her “shady” and “a crazy person.” By season’s end, Christine attempts to make amends at a billboard unveiling for The Oppenheim Group. But Chrishell has already blocked her on social media and seems opposed to reconciliation.

Season 2

Christine makes a completely over-the-top but totally in-character entrance into the second season. Since cameras stopped rolling on the first season of Selling Sunset, she met and got engaged to mysterious millionaire Christian Richard. She declares her newfound happiness—and increased wealth—via her arrival in a private jet, then a Rolls Royce.

Christine and Chrishell reunite for the first time at an event for the brokerage’s $40 million Hillside House listing. In the off-season, Christine apparently had a party that Chrishell wasn’t invited to and served a cocktail called “Chrishell’s Two-Faced Tonic.” Chrishell also claims that Christine told the other Selling Sunset women not to like her posts on Instagram. Christine counters that she sent Chrishell flowers at one point, although she can’t remember why she sent them. (It was for the death of Chrishell’s father, making this a major yikes moment in their relationship.)

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After their rooftop chat, both agree to remain civil, if not overly close. When Christine invites Chrishell to her “sexual Phantom of the Opera“-themed engagement party, Chrishell declines. She says it wouldn’t be genuine for her to attend and instead sends her red roses on the day. Any goodwill between the duo is lost by season’s end, as Heather Young tells Christine that Mary and Chrishell were questioning her fast engagement to Christian. Tensions run even higher when Mary seems to have a bachelorette party with only a select number of her Oppenheim coworkers, inviting Chrishell but not Christine. Chrishell defends Mary, claiming it was more of an impromptu hangout rather than a formal bachelorette party. All parties clear the air enough to attend Mary and Romain’s backyard wedding. But an awkward moment in the finale where Christine tries to adjust Chrishell’s braided hairdo doesn’t go unnoticed.

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Season 3

Things are honestly pretty amicable between the C’s this season. That is, until Chrishell’s highly-publicized and apparently shocking divorce from Justin Hartley. While she tearfully confides in Fitzgerald and jets off to spend time with family in St. Louis, Christine begins speculating about the split with Davina. They speculate about the marriage’s problems, joke that Chrishell must have called paparazzi to camp outside of her house, and flirt with the idea of taking Justin’s side. Although Christine only met the actor once and Davina never has, they agree he seems like a gentleman and question whether Chrishell was truly blindsided by the divorce.

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Chrishell has no idea these conversations are taking place. So she attends Christine’s gothic winter wedding to Christian despite her fresh heartbreak. But things go wrong when Davina hints at wanting to hear “both sides of the story” of Chrishell’s split at Christine’s wedding reception. Chrishell makes a stunned exit as Christine cuts into her “bloody” wedding cake. But the real drama between the duo was really about to unfold after season 3 filmed…

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June 9, 2020

Before the August 7 premiere of Selling Sunset season 3, some conflict between the pair began to brew publicly. “I’m just going to be very honest with you guys, I have her blocked,” Chrishell told BBC Radio 1’s The Reality Tea Podcast. “And it’s one of those things where I think that does come across very childish and ridiculous. But I have the screenshots. She knows why she’s blocked. I’m sure she hopes that I never show you guys why she’s blocked, because it would be embarrassing to her.”

June 22, 2020

But while Chrishell’s alluded to the nefarious reasons behind blocking Christine, Christine played off the move in an interview with Entertainment Tonight. “I have an idea why I’m blocked, yeah,” she told the outlet. “I mean, it’s nothing bad. I didn’t like her at the time and I was being funny and I was ‘hearting’ certain comments. I mean, it’s really not a big deal. … It was just silly.” She wouldn’t divulge which comments got her into hot water, but did reveal she started a secondary “finsta” account to keep tabs on her co-stars—blocked or not.

July 13, 2020

The dial on their feud was indefinitely turned up after Christine gave a headline-making interview to Page Six. In the piece, she publicly spoke about Chrishell and Justin’s marital issues.

“We all just thought maybe they were having communication problems for a while,” she told the outlet. “We heard that they were in therapy, so obviously there were some issues going on with them.” Christine also revealed why Selling Sunset fans never saw Justin on the hit Netflix show. “I think…the understanding that they had is that he [Justin] wanted to be totally private in regards to Selling Sunset, which she [Chrishell] respected,” Christine explained. “So, we’re never going to see him on the show, and we’re never going to see her talk about him, and I really don’t think there’s ever any resolve unfortunately.”

Chrishell didn’t take kindly to Christine’s commentary, tweeting, “I just learned Christine is giving press ‘information’ about my divorce. Let me be VERY clear. She knows absolutely nothing about the situation and is obviously desperate to gain attention by doing so. Anything from her is either a complete lie or total conjecture on her part.” She added, “It’s so frustrating and unfortunate that someone would use someone’s personal painful situation to get press for themselves. I can’t say I am surprised, but please check the source. She has absolutely zero knowledge of the marriage we had.”

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August 11, 2020

Still, Christine claimed there was no love lost following her Page Six interview. “Well, her and I are not on the best terms,” she told People. “I’ve definitely tried. I did my best effort. It’s unfortunate. She just really didn’t want to be friends. She made it apparent she only wanted to co-exist.”

August 14, 2020

Yet another layer was added to the feud when Christine claimed their differences on Selling Sunset‘s were due to the producers’ involvement.

“From day one, obviously the producers had certain things in mind. They wanted us to clash obviously,” she said on the Brandi Glanville Unfiltered podcast, via Us Weekly. “At first, we didn’t. We got along great. We were friends. She was at my house. We were drinking, having a good time. I was getting to know her and then the storylines came into play.”

Christine even suggested that she and Chrishell would call each other behind-the-scenes to make sure they were at peace in real-life. “We thought that we were good at separating things,” adding, “Then we realized, ‘Oh shit! This is affecting our real lives.’ I never wanted to fight with her. Are you kidding? Her and I had drinks. I made her dinner. I didn’t want that. That wasn’t me.”

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As for commenting on Chrishell’s divorce, Christine didn’t seem to understand why that was a problem. “When people are like, ‘Oh my god! I can’t believe you commented on Chrishell’s divorce.’ I’m like, ‘Yeah, of course. I’m getting paid to! What do you mean?’” she said.

August 18, 2020

Four days later, Christine granted another explosive interview, this time to the Not Skinny But Not Fat podcast.

“I think what she was honestly mad about was the fact that, you know, she’s trying to, you know, have this portrayal of Justin Hartley being such a bad guy and just walking out on her,” Christine told the hosts about the onscreen depiction of Chrishell’s divorce. “But, you know, I don’t know. I mean, I know only, like, I’ve met him and he was nice to me, and that’s what the interviewer asked me and that’s what I was going off of. . . Maybe she got mad that I was saying he’s a nice guy.”

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She continued, “Then you go watch the interview and you realize, like, she’s just being dramatic for no reason. But she kind of has and always has had this, like, victim mentality. She’s always the victim of something. And I don’t know why she feels that way. I wish she didn’t.”

According to Us Weekly, Chrishell posted a screenshot of Christine’s remarks on her Instagram Story. She wrote, “I am a victor of many things and thriving. I can’t wait for you to get there so you can stop with this nonsense.”

August 19, 2020

To no one’s surprise, Christine confirmed she was “blocked on all mediums” by Chrishell but had no plans to reciprocate. “I don’t even know how to do that, nor do I even care,” she told People. “I’m like, what? This is so silly, you’re like 40.”

As for Chrishell’s current feelings on the matter, she told Women’s Health, “Her behavior off camera has hit an [all-time] low as of late.” Although a fourth season hasn’t been confirmed, Chrishell hints there would be plenty to address when cameras roll. “Since [Christine] got married she hasn’t been in the office, so it’s been easy to avoid each other in person,” Chrishell revealed. They also haven’t spoken virtually while the agents work from home. “We don’t communicate at all,” she told the outlet. “I’ve always been trying to mend our relationship, and she doesn’t really seem to want that, so I will respect that we can coexist.”

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