Why Corinne & 'Bachelor In Paradise' May Not Be The Best Match After All

Corinne has officially been eliminated from Nick Viall's season of The Bachelor. Yes, everyone's favorite part of this season of The Bachelor has been taken from us. Fortunately, Corinne made it further than most of us anticipated and it looks like we might not have to live our lives without her gracing our television screens for too long. Upon Corinne's elimination, fans immediately started wondering whether Corinne would be on Bachelor In Paradise. Obviously, on paper it seems like she would be the perfect fit for it but to be honest, I don't think Corinne should go on Bachelor In Paradise.

I know, that sounds crazy, because, on the surface, it would be the most entertaining thing to happen to Bachelor In Paradise since Chad. But, I just don't think it is a good idea for Corinne as a human being. We all love good television and Corinne certainly makes for amazing entertainment but is that really what we should be aiming for here? After all, a lot of the controversy with her was aimed at some pretty ridiculous aspects of her personality. Sure, the nanny thing was shocking and she could definitely ease up on the aggression a bit but, all in all, she was just playing the game correctly. She wasn't there to make friends, she was there purely for Nick and she is aware of her own sexuality and she uses it. There is nothing wrong with any of that, yet she was cast immediately as the villain and given the full villain treatment as a result.

Corinne herself has expressed some serious hesitation with the prospect of joining the newest season of Bachelor In Paradise. On a recent appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Corinne said that she hasn't been formerly invited on the show and even if she was, she didn't know if it was a good idea. She said she had "mixed feelings" about the whole thing. I don't blame her — she was clearly given the villain edit from the jump and after being molded into that role and being forced to deal with the barrage of hate that comes along with it, anyone would be a little hesitant to jump back in for more.

It was also pretty clear that Corinne really liked Nick. I don't think that she was taking the whole thing as lightly as it was appearing. She was devastated upon her elimination, and she might not be ready to open herself up for the possibility of heartbreak again on television, which I totally respect. She even bluntly said to Jimmy Kimmel, "If anyone tries to give me red roses again, I might punch them in the face." So, that doesn't exactly seem promising.

Personally, I think Corinne might be better off not leaving her fate in the hands of the editing room. She seems like she really does have a lot to offer, and she doesn't need cameras following her to prove it. Of course, I will also definitely be rooting for her if she decides that joining this season of Bachelor In Paradise is best for her. You go, girl — no matter what you choose to do.