Just a day after it was announced Christine Quinn would not be returning to Selling Sunset, Mary Fitzgerald looked downright giddy while out in West Hollywood.
On Thursday, the 42-year-old reality star stepped out in a revealing white blazer that did little to cover her ample chest.
She added brown pants to the look and wore white shoes with large gold bows.
Joyful: Mary Fitzgerald looked positively giddy in West Hollywood just a day after it was announced Christine Quinn would not be returning to Selling Sunset
Fitzgerald’s short blond hair flowed freely through the window and she held a small white dog under her arm.
She appeared to be laughing as she walked into the parking lot of Selling Sunset’s office.
A security guard at the building escorted the TV star to her vehicle.
Bust: On Thursday, the Selling Sunset star, 42, stepped out in a revealing white blazer that did little to cover her ample chest
Furry little companion: Fitzgerald’s short blonde hair flowed freely in the window, and she held a small white dog under her arm
Fitzgerald’s appearance was the first time she has been seen since TMZ reported that Christine Quinn would not be part of Selling Sunset season 6.
Insiders told the publication that Quinn, 33, will be working on other ventures in the modeling and real estate fields.
She has signed a contract with IMG Models and is taking modeling jobs and making personal appearances at fashion industry events, sources told TMZ.
Quinn also works with RealOpen, her husband Christian’s real estate company.
The show’s Emma Hernan was asked about Quinn’s departure from the series Wednesday outside the Oppenheim Group’s Los Angeles office, to which she said, “I heard about it … we’ll see what happens.”
When asked if she thought Quinn’s departure would negatively impact the series, Hernan told TMZ, “I think the show is doing very, very well — we have a lot of great people.”
The Latest: Christine Quinn will not be returning to the Netflix series Selling Sunset. The Dallas native, 33, made an “amicable decision” with the streaming service and producers, insiders told TMZ on Wednesday. She was pictured at an event in LA last April
Dispute: Fitzgerald and Quinn have had a public argument over the past few months over Quinn’s absence from the show’s reunion special (left to right: Fitzgerald, Quinn, Heather Rae Young)
Fitzgerald and Quinn have been publicly arguing over Quinn’s absence from the show’s reunion special for the past few months.
While Quinn claimed she had COVID-19 and couldn’t safely attend filming, Fitzgerald told TMZ she doesn’t think Quinn actually tested positive for the deadly virus.
When asked if she thought Christine had the disease, Fitzgerald replied, “I mean myself, no, because we all retested on Tuesday and Friday.”
Absent: While Quinn claimed she had COVID-19 and couldn’t safely attend filming, Fitzgerald told TMZ she doesn’t think Quinn really tested positive for the deadly virus (pictured in 2021)
Avoiding responsibility: Fitzgerald (pictured May 2022) surmised that Quinn didn’t want to face the music for her own actions during the reunion, which was out in May
As for her motivation, Fitzgerald surmised that Quinn didn’t want to face the music for her own actions during the reunion.
“Probably because she didn’t want to face everything she’s done,” said the Oppenheim Group real estate agent. “I honestly do not know. I really do not know it. I mean that would be my guess. But I mean it’s sad.
“We all showed up, we didn’t want to have to talk to her about her actions and I’m sure she didn’t want answers for her actions. So we didn’t want to be there and talk about it either, but it’s our job. We do it.’
Another star of the show, Chrishell Stause, also pushed the narrative that Quinn wasn’t really contagious at the time.