"I believe I went into Selling Sunset on day one and production had a perception of me. They wanted me to be the villain," she told Cosmopolitan UK. "[There's more to me] than that in real life. I want to be happy with how I'm portrayed - I go in and out of being OK with it. Some days it's harder than others."
Speaking of how her persona likely came about, Christine continued, "I think producers take a look at the cast as a whole, and they're like, 'OK, what can individually each person bring to the table?' And they expand from there. It is what it is."
The real estate agent has been part of some of the bigger dramas on the show, including her falling out with Chrishell Stause in season one, and when she wasn't invited to Mary Fitzgerald's second hen-do in season two.
Speaking of the scenes she wishes were shown, Christine expanded, "A lot is cut out - we shoot for six months of hours and hours of footage, and the episodes are cut down. There's a lot of footage you don't see - and there's a lot of things I wish you'd seen. But at the end of the day, this is a television show - we do want to entertain you.
"It wouldn't be entertaining if we were all nice and sweet to each other. That's not a show worth watching!"
That's reality TV for you, eh?
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