Details on Corinne Olympios’s First Acting Role For a Scripted TV Show
And one of the new jobs she’s taking on? Actress!
Earlier this month, Corinne teased her return to screens on not one but two new television projects.
“I do have a [reality] show in the works, and I’m also working on a scripted show with one of my favorite producers,” the 25-year-old revealed, confirming that both would feature her on screen.
Now we’re finding out more about these shows, as well as a few other projects she has on the docket.
In an interview with The Daily Beast, the Miami gal spilled on the “fashion forward” rebranding of her Team Corn clothing line and a book deal.
All that in addition to a scripted series around the millenial dating scene today.
The show, which will be produced by How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days producer Christine Peters, will feature the former TV “villain” as one of its stars — and she can certainly relate to the subject matter.
“I think people just get so worked up about creating, like, dating pages, or… I feel like it just becomes such a topic of conversation,” she reasoned.
She continued, “Like, ‘Oh my God, who are you dating? What kind of guy are you going to date? Does this person even look like their picture?’”
“I just feel like there are so many questions and new ways of dating, so it’s comical in itself.”
With all of this on her plate, it makes sense she doesn’t have time for a relationship these days.
After splitting from boyfriend Jordan Gielchinsky over the summer, the former “multimillion-dollar business” owner is happy to stay single.
Yes, that means she’s just friends with DeMario, despite their recent cozy pics outside of a L.A. night club.
But that also applies to her former Bachelor 2017 love, Nick Viall.
The Season 21 star is now back on the market after calling off his engagement to winner Vanessa Grimaldi.
Still, his third runner-up is not looking to rekindle a romance with the 36-year-old.
“No probably not, honestly,” she mused.
“We’re friends! I love the guy, but just as friends.”
Probably for the best — a guy would just be a distraction. The more friends the better, we say!
Bachelor in Paradise Season 4 finale airs Monday, September 11 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.