It may have only been a week since Nick Viall's season of The Bachelor officially kicked off, but I've already chosen the contestants I want to keep an eye on this time around, and one of those is Corinne Olympios. From the very first cocktail party, it became obvious that she's all set to take the role of the villain, and I can't help but be completely intrigued by her — and the fact that she says she runs a Fortune 500 company at 24 years old. That must mean she's seriously loaded, so what's Corinne's net worth?
So far, Corinne hasn't exactly shared that information herself, but according to The Net Worth, she's worth about $250,000, although this figure has never been verified and may not be accurate. If it is, that's not too shabby for someone who still has a nanny! It's not exactly surprising that she's already building a seriously huge bank account, since her house looked massive in her Bach intro. Being that Nick is pretty successful himself, it'll be interesting to see if this is a quality he finds attractive in her, and if it ends up bringing them closer together. Although according to the promo for the rest of the season, it already seems like a sure thing that they'll be getting a lot closer than they have.
In the premiere, Corinne mentioned more than once that she's a high powered business woman, but she stayed pretty vague about what exactly that business is. It seems like she helps her parents with their company, Armor Garage, which sells flooring for garages, and yes, that does sound like an incredibly specific industry to me, too. According to TMZ, Corinne reportedly works in sales for Armor Garage, which is another thing she has in common with my main man Nick, since he used to be in sales before his Bachelor days. Maybe that will seal the bond between them? Well, that, or the topless pool photo shoot we saw in the promo. Either way.
Hopefully, in upcoming episodes, Corinne will open up more about what exactly her job is, especially since it seems like it's such a big part of her life. She might bring the drama, but so far, that's kind of what I love about her. Without the drama, what's the point of watching The Bachelor anyway? The love story? Pssh.