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Christine Quinn may be “so good”, but Heather Rae El Moussa (née Young) is not after their confrontation on Sell sunset Fourth season finale. After 10 tense episodes, Christine finally faced her Oppenheim Group colleagues to witness a confrontation that Christine was essentially able to call off. The women – namely, Heather, Chrishell Stause, Mary Fitzgerald, and newbie Emma Hernan – waited for hours for Christine’s arrival, hoping, according to her collective agreement that Christine was one, to purge the air (and maybe even clean the slate) of her chronicle Relationship with Emma’s mutual ex and two has had to admit to all the wrongs she has committed (at least in her eyes) over the past four seasons. But after showing up three hours after the event started, Christine laughed at the collective olive branch / ambush and incited Heather to storm off (chased by her then-fiancé, now husband Tarek El Moussa) and leave the event.
“I wouldn’t say a freak outHeather clarifies when ET asks if that’s an appropriate description of her reaction to Christine. “I mean, it led a lot to that moment that wasn’t shown. A lot had happened hours before, and we were all there hours and hours and hours before Christine showed up. And I wanted to take this time to have a really nice chat with her and just blow the air out with a lot of things that were obviously spat out and she said she said she said and so so I just wanted to purify the air in a nice, calm way with her. And what people don’t see is that Tarek and I drove to St. Barts that night with red eyes. And I had waited for Christine for hours. She knew I was waiting to talk to her. She decided to show up hours later when we were all the other girls. “
“I actually left and decided to come back because I knew she was going to show up in about 10 minutes,” recalls Heather. “But I was already an hour behind me when I was supposed to leave. And they said, ‘She’s coming in 10 minutes’ and I said,’ OK. You know what? I just want to talk to her before I go.” on this vacation. ‘ And she showed up and turned me off. “
Heather says she found the whole ordeal incredibly frustrating and promises that she wasn’t planning on going to any negative place with Christine, regardless of what the new mom might think.
“She ignored the fact that we were all waiting for her, I was specially waiting for her,” repeats Heather. “She turned me down completely and said, ‘I’m fine. I’m fine.’ And I say, ‘If you’re good, I’m good too.’ She wanted to mend a friendship with me and the relationship. She showed me that she didn’t care. So I’m fine. I was going on vacation with my future husband, and so much had led to this frustration. It wasn’t like I just freaked out and left. “
When Heather and Tarek stormed out of the party (a soiree hosted by brothers Brett and Jason Oppenheim to announce the expansion of their business to the home of the El Moussas in Newport Beach and, eventually, the launch of an imminent launch Sale of the OC Spin-off), Christine asked Heather if she would be willing to have a one-on-one instead of a group discussion.
“At that point, I already felt disrespected,” explains Heather as she turned down Christine’s offer. “I’ve been waiting for her for three hours. And when she turned me down, I thought you know what? I don’t have to wait and be late and miss my flight on my trip with my husband. So at that point I was just finished. She had already treated me disrespectfully. “
Cameras followed Heather and Tarek as they made their escape, capturing a moment where Heather repeatedly reminded her HGTV personality man that he is being taped and wearing a microphone. However, Tarek seemed to ignore Heather and continued to mumble thoughts, including, “She’s acting like a hole to everyone, she’s ashamed of her actions …”
“At that moment when I was heated and upset, we didn’t really know the cameras were pointing at us,” notes Heather, “and then I turned around and saw that they were filming us. So just as a reminder to protect my husband, I said, ‘The cameras are on us. The cameras are on us. ‘ He is a very strong-willed person. And if he sees his wife upset about something, he’ll definitely support me 100 percent, just as I would for him. But it’s a whole different show [than he’s used to filming]. I don’t want him involved in the toxicity of the show that can happen and the drama. He doesn’t have to belong. It’s a girl’s drama and it’s just he has to stay away from it. “
Christine and Heather fell out mostly over things Christine told the press about Tarek and their relationship. All of this happened off-camera between Season 3 and Season 4 (which was delayed due to COVID), which again is somewhat confusing for viewers who last saw the two by mutual agreement, with Heather helping out with Christine’s wedding planning.
“You only see part of our lives in front of the camera,” says Heather. “We all have a life outside of the camera and outside of filming. And it’s been a lot of things that have built up, and she and I probably haven’t had a close relationship in over a year. And there are just a lot of things that she had not only said and done to me and my husband, and said and done shitty things with my close friends, that at some point I just couldn’t support someone and find excuses for them and the neutral person can be. “
However, their friendship (or lack thereof) took another turn on the screen when Christine brought Heather’s name to her drama with Emma. After the two women established two different series of events relating to a mutual ex-boyfriend / possible fiancé from previous years, Christine revealed that the mysterious man at the center of the saga was at one point also romantically involved with Heather. Heather says she never actually dates the guy and instead describes it as an affair, and that her encounters with him do not overlap with Emma or Christine. All of this led to an emotional moment for Heather, who broke down crying on Chrishell and announced that she hated Christine.
“She’d been telling the other girls some things on camera and calling some of the girls off-camera and saying, ‘I’m going to drag Heather into this thing and I hope you’ve got my back,’ so there were a lot of things that I did in front of the camera and that you don’t know about, “says Heather why she was moved to tears.” She basically pulled me into her drama just to get me into her and Emma’s drama, the one in my life is so irrelevant. So at this point I think, ‘Why are you doing this? Why are you bringing up something like that? in the past just to cause me trouble? ‘”
The season ends with the facts of Emma and Christine (or maybe alternative facts) at odds with each other. Heather doesn’t make explicit who she believes, but offers, “I don’t believe a lot of things Christine says … but I know Emma is telling the truth.”
“Christine tries to make a bigger thing about everything,” she adds. “And whatever she thinks her timeline is fine, but she makes up a lot of things. So I would check that with Emma.”
Fans didn’t have to wait long to find out what happened next, however, as the cast spun seasons 4 and 5 in a row finals.
“It’s pretty much straight on, from the action you can see things go on and you see a lot more change with the group,” teases Heather. “I think you see some people working on things, making new friends, doing more drama, but I think things are getting a little better.”
Heather offers to “move forward” for her and Christine, but the friendship still seems to be off the table.
“Christine and I can be professional at work,” she says soberly. “We can be warm to each other. We’ve been together several times and things are fine. We don’t just quarrel and are mean and horrible to each other. We’ve had a friendship in the past and I don’t have” befriended everyone. I can respect her at work. And as I said, be warm and nice. “
“I don’t want to have animosity and fight and be feline and have negative energy all the time,” she continues, “but I just choose not to have her in my life because I don’t trust her as a friend. And loyalty to me is a big thing. And when you are happy and in love and your life is going in such an amazing direction, I choose not to have people around me that I cannot trust. And friends are very sacred to me – and I don’t use that word [friends] easy. So right now we are not Friends. I don’t know if we can go back there. Time will only tell, and I have to see that your actions are very consistent. “
Heather says Christine needs to regain her trust.
“She sends me text messages and then I have evidence that they are lying,” she reveals. “And the other girls are telling me the truth. And I hear from the other eight girls. Are they all lying to me? And then that one person is the root of it all. Is she telling the truth that everyone else is? lying? I do not think so.”
Christine has made no secret on social media that she feels frozen by the other agents of the Oppenheim Group and even refers to them as “mean girls” (although she is the one related to acting like Regina George in Season 4).
“It’s not true,” said Heather, explaining Christine’s allegation. “There is a common denominator. I mean, you’ve seen enough of me to know that I’m not a mean girl. I am a very loving, kind person. And I am a girl girl. I am very supportive of all women in the O Group. We are all hardworking. We are all motivated. We are all nice and sweet. And like I said, there is one person that no one gets along with. So is it all of us or is it this one person? “
“Oh, I saw part [of season 4] where Christine called me a jellyfish, “she remembers.” How I just follow what everyone else is doing, which absolutely sucks. So I’m a very confident woman who doesn’t follow what someone thinks or does. If I did that, I’d get mixed up in their cop drama. I would stay away from that. So in that sense she is very wrong. But it’s just their accusations and abuse. “
All four seasons of Sell sunset are now streaming on Netflix.
Reference from etonline