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Corinne Olympios Biography
Corinne Olympios (born: Corinne Danielle Olympios) is an American Model, television personality, and businesswoman. Corinne gained fame after the media-proclaimed her “villain” of the 21st season of The Bachelor in 2017.
Olympios attended North Miami Beach High School and later joined Florida International University.
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Olympios was born on November 11, 1992 in Sunny Isles Beach Miami, Florida, United States. She is 26 years old as of 2018.
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Olympios was born to business mogul James Olympios and Peri Miriam Olympios. Her parents run a multi-million dollar company, Amor Garage. Olympios has a younger sister named Taylor Olympios.
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Olympios has been in several relationships with celebrities such as Jordan Gielchinsky, reality TV star Chad Johnson, and television actor Nick Viall. She is in a relationship with Jon Yunger and Olympios has said that she is looking forward to getting engaged to him.Corinne Olympios Photo
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The family business Armor Garage supplies epoxy coatings and flooring products to the U.S. military, Fortune 500 companies, shops, and home owners.
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She started her online business which is a Lipstick Company named Platinum Beauty Shop. Her business has greatly grown after Olympious featuring on various reality TV shows.
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She however finished in fourth place and Viall, 38, later proposed to Vanessa Grimaldi, whom he dated until that August. She also briefly appeared on season 4 of Bachelor in Paradise that summer, but opted not to return after a headline-making investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct between her and castmate DeMario Jackson.
Warner Bros. found no evidence to support the claims, which were raised by a producer, and Olympios and Jackson, 32, remained friends after Paradise.
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In May 2019, Nick Viall’s ex-girlfriend expressed her discontentment in ABC’s choice of Hannah B as the next Bachelorette in season 23. Olympios spoke with US Weekly saying,“It’s just random. Like, why?” she asked about Brown’s new lead status. “It’s, like, there’s nothing there that would have made me be like, ‘I need to see her again on TV. I need to see her find love.’ Like, she wasn’t even someone that I was like, ‘I want her to find love.’”
Olympios insisted: “Nobody loved her. When you hear someone being the Bachelor or the Bachelorette, it’s someone you loved and felt for on the season.”
Corinne Olympios Net Worth
Though she is believed to be worth a handsome amount, The Bachelor’s alum net worth is not yet revealed.
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Corinne Olympios Interview
Interviewer: First off, congratulations on all the buzz your fashion capsule has been getting. Was having your own line something you ever thought about doing before going on The Bachelor?
Corinne Olympios: Always. I was super creative growing up and I would design my own stuff, so this came super natural to me and I’m just really happy I was actually able to do it.
Interviewer: So obviously everyone thinks you and your one-liners are hilarious. But how did you even come up with them? Like, was “platinum vagine” something you had ever said before or did you actually just think of all these things for the first time while on the show?
Corinne Olympios: Honestly, that’s just how I am. Ridiculous things just always come to me; I can’t explain it [laughs].
Interviewer: Is the Platinum Vagine tank your best seller? [Other Corinne-isms featured include “Cheese Pasta & Chill,” “Make America Corinne Again,” and an Abraham Lincoln-emblazoned tee with the phrase “Original Napper.”]
Corinne Olympios: By far! We sold out in the first hour.
Interviewer: Are there any other Corinne-isms that you’re planning on rolling out? Maybe something to do with champagne?
Corinne Olympios: There’s going to be some stuff about my [multi-million dollar] company. There definitely is going to be a champagne shirt and there’s going to be one more but I can’t remember. But it’s going to be good, I promise!
Interviewer: We noticed that Jasmine, who was also on Nick’s season, was one of the models for the Team Corn line. Are you friends with any of your other Bachelor roomies?
Corinne Olympios: Yeah, I’m friends with everybody really. You know being in that situation you just tend to become really good friends with the girls. The only one that I’m not really friends with is Taylor for obvious reasons [laughs].
Interviewer: What would you say Bachelor Nation’s reaction to the line has been? Have they been showing you support/has anyone purchased anything yet?
Corinne Olympios: Oh yeah, super supportive. All good vibes, it’s just amazing.
Interviewer: You’re also working on an upcoming bikini line and some makeup collabs—can you talk a little bit about these projects?
Corinne Olympios: My bikini line, all I can really say about that right now is that it’s going to be really fire. And this makeup thing that I have going, I don’t want to talk to much about that yet because I’m still in the creative process for that as well. Just know that good things are coming.
Interviewer: Anything else in the works?
Corinne Olympios: There is going to be a book and a radio show, so that will be super fun.
Interviewer: So with all of this on the go, are you still working for your parent’s multi-million dollar company?
Corinne Olympios: I’ll always be in and out of it and helping them whenever they need. But right now I’m working a lot on my own branding.
Interviewer: Let’s talk about Nick for a sec: did you actually see yourself with him? Your chemistry seemed off the hook.
Corinne Olympios: Yeah at a point I totally did. But I’m over that now and I’m just so happy for him.
Interviewer: What’s the biggest misconception that people have about you as a result of The Bachelor? Or do you just own it all?
I mean, I am who I am and what you see is what you get. Obviously there was a lot that wasn’t shown but for the most part that’s me.