Christine Quinn will not play in the sixth season of Netflix's Selling Sunset.
Digital Spy has learned that the reality TV star and the streamer both agreed on this, with reports suggesting she's now turning her attention to modeling instead.
Christine, who recently accepted her place on RuPaul as a Drag Race judge, also enjoys co-managing RealOpen, a crypto-focused brokerage with her husband Christian Richard.
Christine appeared to have confirmed her return to Selling Sunset for the sixth season this summer.
"I have left The Oppenheim Group to start my own website, RealOpen.com. It was purely a decision for what was best for my business.
"However, with Selling Sunset, that's my baby," she added. "I'd always like to continue to do the seasons and be on the program as long as I can.
"It's my baby. It doesn't mean I'm leaving the show." "I just had to make a decision for my business to start my own brokerage and my own platform."
Chrishell Stause will be interested to see if she sticks to her word following this twist.
"I don't anticipate myself doing this for a long time, but I think that as long as you're still enjoying it, that's the key." Last month, the Selling Sunset estate agent shared.
Let's hope Christine can find time in her schedule to make a comeback should season 8 be ordered.
Seasons 1-5 of Selling Sunset are now available on Netflix.