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Selling Sunset’s Christine Quinn gives exclusive tour of new Too Hot To Handle luxury villa

Too Hot To Handle season 2 is just around the corner, so Selling Sunset star Christine Quinn has given us a tour of the new luxury villa.

This is a dating show with a difference, with contestants living alongside each other in a swanky, sun-drenched villa – but they are forced to abstain from intimate contact in a bid to walk away with a cash prize.

The first episode of season one saw stars get swept away in the romance before virtual assistant Lana put a dampener on the festivities.

She announced that a prize pot of $100,000 (£75,000) was available to win – but the stars had to refrain from sexual contact for four weeks, otherwise the prize money was reduced.

Ahead of the release of the new season, Christine gave her first impressions of the new location before the first few episodes drop on June 23, with the final batch of instalments arriving June 30.

Opulent high-end homes are Christine’s speciality, which is why the queen of real estate is the perfect person for the job.

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Selling Sunset’s Christine Quinn has given a tour of new Too Hot To Handle villa (Picture: Netflix)

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The mansion is definitely opulent (Picture: Netflix)

The property is just as lavish as you’d expect.

The ‘100 per cent Christine Quinn approved’ opulent mansion includes a movie theatre, a tennis court, and an in-house private chef. All of this will hopefully (or not so hopefully) help occupy contestants as they try to keep their hands off of each other.

‘As you enter the property you’re met with super glam furnishings and a bright, well-lit space. Perfect for seeing your roommates for who they really are,’ Christine explained.

The cabana she speaks of has a 12 seat sofa and will most likely be the spot contestants meet to hear their punishments from Lana if they don’t behave.

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Christine loves the dressing room (Picture: Netflix)

‘Although 10 guests share this bedroom, they can say goodbye to getting seedy with their hot roommates. And only if you abide by Lana’s rules, there’s a private suite available,’ Christine continued.

‘You’re going to love this bathroom, you can enjoy a soak after a long day of abstaining in this gorg oversized bathtub that will definitely get your temperatures rising.’

It comes as no surprise that the uber-stylish Christine said her favourite space is the dressing room.

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The villa is surrounded by a pool (Picture: Netflix)

‘Here you’ll find a six-seater dressing area with full-length mirrors so you can check yourself out at every angle,’ she said.

‘Outside there is plenty to enjoy in these dreamy island temperatures. there is also a workshop and meditation area, perfect for harnessing your inner chi.’

The villa is located right next to the Caribbean, on the beautiful Turks and Caicos Islands.

Too Hot To Handle season two arrives on Netflix on June 23, with season one available to stream now.

Credit: Original article published here.

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