Corinne Olympios rose to fame as a catchphrase-spouting wild child on Nick Viall's season of The Bachelor, gaining legions of fans with her DGAF attitude. Her life took a dark detour with Bachelor in Paradise, though, when she got caught up in a scandal that shouldn't have been a scandal in the first place. She didn't return to the show, and her brand took a hit.
But now she's putting all that behind her and moving forward with some new projects, she told The Daily Beast. She's relaunching her Team Corn clothing line in a more "fashion forward" incarnation, working on a book about her life and developing a reality show and co-creating a scripted TV show.
It's true: she's working on what sounds like a comedy series about millennial dating with How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days producer Christine Peters. She first mentioned the project to The Hollywood Reporter last month, but the Daily Beast interview gives a few more details about what to expect.
Here's how she describes it:
Hmm... I'm no TV producer, but from what I know about how things work, I think Corinne should temper her expectations about getting this on television. Maybe start with a web series? But hey, good for Corinne for trying new things. I would watch at least one episode of a Corinne reality show and read at least one chapter of her book.