Christine Quinn rocked a rocker ensemble as she attended her signing at Barnes & Noble on Saturday.
The reality TV beauty, 33, was there to promote her self-help/memoir book titled ‘How To Be a Boss B***h’ which went on sale May 17.
The Selling Sunset star showed off a flash of her ample cleavage in a clingy black mesh top, which she paired with a fashionable leather jacket and black high-heeled boots with gold lettering that read “Boss B* **”.
Rocker babe: Christine Quinn wore a rocker ensemble as she attended her book signing at Barnes & Noble on Saturday
The blonde bombshell wore her shoulder length platinum tresses in a straight style and donned a black baseball cap for the occasion.
Glam as always, Quinn rocked perfect makeup, complete with bronze eyeshadow, nude lipstick and a hint of blush.
To top off the all-black look, the stunning real estate agent sported a signature pair of large black shades.
Boss: The star showed off a flash of her ample cleavage in a clingy black mesh top, which she paired with a fashionable leather jacket and black boots with gold lettering that read ‘Boss B***’
The event seemed peaceful. Quinn recently had to hide under a table to hide from anti-fur protesters who showed up at her book signing at Bookends Bookstore in Ridgewood, New Jersey.
Christine’s book aims to show “women how to shamelessly take their power in business and relationships to live the life they want” and discusses her role on the hit Netflix show on the real estate.
It was recently revealed that Quinn will be back on Selling Sunset, although he no longer works for the Oppenheim Group.
Christine’s future on the show is up in the air after Emma Hernan’s season five allegations that the blonde beauty tried to bribe a client with $5,000 to never work with Emma again. Christine denied the allegations.
Latest book: The reality TV beauty, 33, was there to promote her self-help/memoir book titled ‘How To Be a Boss B***h’ which went on sale May 17
Sleek: To top off the black look, the stunning real estate agent sported a signature pair of large black shades
On the season five reunion show, Jason Oppenheim of The Oppenheim Band addressed the allegations, saying there was “no place” for Christine in the company at the moment, but things could change. .
However, it appears Quinn has no plans to quit television and told Us Weekly on Tuesday that she was “absolutely” returning for Season 6.
‘I love the show. The show is, like, my #1 [and] everyone knows that, but we just have to get creative now because I don’t work for the Oppenheim Group.
“Maybe it’s a battle of brokers,” she said, adding that it could be a “really interesting dynamic” to add to the show.
Return: Although she no longer works for the Oppenheim Group, Quinn recently told Us Weekly that she was “absolutely” returning for Season 6 of the hit Netflix show
‘I’m not going anywhere. Like, I will always be on TV. I’m not going anywhere. It’s just like, let’s have fun with this now.
Meanwhile, Selling Sunset newcomer Chelsea Lazkani, 29, reacted positively to the news. Speaking with TooFab, the star said, “We love her – and she’s amazing for the show, so she better come back!”
Lazkani agreed that the potential rivalry dynamic that could create is “absolutely” a good thing for the series.
The estate agent added that the decision was financially savvy on Quinn’s part: “I think at the end of the day she will do whatever is best for her pockets, right? ” Get your coins!’
Savvy: Selling Sunset newcomer Chelsea Lazkani, 29, wasn’t surprised by the news of Quinn’s return: “I think at the end of the day she’ll do whatever is best for his pockets, right?”