Corinne Olympios made it to the final four on “The Bachelor” but was rejected in a shocking twist on Monday’s episode by Nick Viall. This 24-year-old business owner from Miami jetted up to New York City to talk with “Good Morning America” host Michael Strahan on Tuesday about her experiences in the house and how she handled her unexpected elimination just before the final.
“I was definitely surprised that I got sent home,” she readily admitted. She elaborated on her experiences with Viall, the 36-year-old software sales executive from Milwaukee who now lives in Chicago,“We had such an amazing hometown date and things went really well with my family. I just thought we had a lot of fun. We talked about a lot of emotional things, and I’m super blindsided by going home.”
As she revealed, “there was a lot of really intense and emotional conversations that weren’t shown; it wasn’t all sexy and flirty all the time.” And with regards to being portrayed in a less than flattering light in some episodes, Olympios explained, “I was just doing me. I’ll do what I want to do in my time.” She rejected any characterization of her as the villain of the piece: “A villain to me does things viciously to other people; I never did anything vicious to anybody.”