Fans Think Netflix Star Might Join RHOBH

RHOBH season 12 cast.


Could there be a new full-time housewife on RHOBH?

Some fans are beginning to think that the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” might add a new full-time star for season 13.

It’s been rumored for a few years that Selling Sunset star Christine Quinn is joining the RHOBH cast, but those rumors have come to nothing. In May 2020, for example, Quinn actually said Page Six that she was involved with the Bravo stars — and wouldn’t mind joining the ladies if the opportunity arose.

“This quarantine, I’m telling you, has really turned a bitch into a housewife because I catch myself doing Williams Sonoma. I have a bread maker, I have a pasta maker. I’m connecting more and more with these ladies every day and I love it,” she said.

More recently, Quinn has offered some hints that she might be in the running for a diamond of her own.

Here’s what you need to know:

Fans noticed that Quinn has liked tweets implying that she would be a good match for RHOBH

For the past few weeks, Quinn has been actively receiving tweets from fans suggesting she would be a great addition to the cast of “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.”

“I’ve never seen the show but would absolutely do if @XtineQuinn was there.” one person tweeted on January 3, 2023. Quinn liked the tweet.

“I’ve been praying for this for about 2 years PLS @XtineQuinn @BravoTV”, Read another fan’s tweet which also pleased Quinn.

“Christine Quinn please come to rhob.” said a third Twitter user — and Quinn liked this post too.

Heavy has reached out to Quinn’s rep for comment.

Quinn recently left Selling Sunset

Quinn is no stranger to reality television. She starred in Netflix’s “Selling Sunset” for the first five seasons of the show, but left before season 6.

in August 2022, E! messages reported that Quinn’s decision to leave the program was “mutual.”

“I think it was something that had been in the works for so long. You know, my husband and I have been working on RealOpen for so long, you know? It was a year and a half in the making. So in my mind I was already checked out,” Quinn said said E! news a few weeks later.

She went on to say that the show she left wasn’t the show she started on, and she didn’t appear to be a huge fan of the changes.

“I think people tune in to see the original characters that were part of the show, and that was the five girls from the first season. As the seasons went by, they started adding and adding and adding, and this thins the recipe. Now they have the sauce, but the recipe isn’t the same, you know? It’s going to be like owning your favorite pizza place and saying, ‘God, I love that Bolognese.’ And then the chef goes on vacation to France and you’re like, ‘Oh shit, that’s a watered down version of Bolognese that I used to like,'” she explained.

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