Selling Sunset's COVID-19 Outbreak Isn't Over

First, controversial cast member Christine Quinn announced she had tested positive for COVID-19 a day before the first ever "Selling Sunset" reunion. As such, the designer-donning star missed the Hollywood taping. Incidentally, Chrishell Stause accused Quinn of making excuses for why she couldn't be on hand to face the music for her actions on season 5, which often saw the tall blonde clashing with the then-girlfriend of Jason Oppenheim, the owner of the brokerage.

Meanwhile, pro-home stager Amanza Smith also skipped the live taping of the reunion due to COVID, but called in virtually to chat it up with the ladies (via Daily Mail). And while fans may have thought that was the end of the outbreak among cast members, they'd be wrong, as Maya Vander, who did attend the taping, reported that she too has tested positive for the contagious illness (via Page Six).

Vander spoke to TMZ about the timeline of her diagnosis and given what she said, well, other castmates in attendance at the taping, from Stause to Oppenheim, better be on the lookout for symptoms.

The cast may not have been exposed to COVID at the reunion taping

According to Maya Vander, the luxury real estate agent tested negative on Friday before the "Selling Sunset" reunion taping, which took place on Sunday (via TMZ). But just two days later, the star says she got a positive COVID test, the same day she started feeling sick.

Vander also took a flight from Los Angeles to Miami after the taping, so she believes her exposure may have happened on the plane, meaning her castmates would not have been exposed. At time of writing, no other "Selling Sunset" stars had disclosed that they were positive, including newcomer Chelsea Lazkani, whose unique English accent has been the topic of discussion on Twitter.

Luckily, Vander is not terribly sick. And puzzlingly, Christine Quinn was spotted working on a commercial shoot on Tuesday, just days after disclosing her positive COVID status, according to Daily Mail.