The Bachelor's Corinne Olympios doesn't care what her fellow contestants thought of her uninhibited sexual display on the ABC series.
'I think that maybe I was a little bit slut-shamed [by the other women], but come on,' the blonde told Entertainment Tonight after suitor Nick Viall eliminated her on Monday. 'I mean, if there's no sexual attraction, then just don't even bother.'
And if she had it her way, she would gladly be the subject of pursuit as the next Bachelorette after Rachel Lindsay's forthcoming turn. 'Of course I would do it,' Corinne added. 'It’s an amazing opportunity for anyone who gets asked.'
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'Slut-shamed': The Bachelor's breakout star Corinne Olympios said on Tuesday in an interview that she makes no apologies for her uninhibited display on the series and she would gladly accept a turn as The Bachelorette
The breakout star of the romance series has ignited a torrent of comment on social media among viewers who praised her sex-positive antics, as well as those who found them to be rather vulgar. But the 24-year-old insisted that she was only being authentic to her true self.
'I think people saying that I used sex or my sexuality to get roses is just stupid,' she explained.
'I know I definitely was a little bit promiscuous, but it's a TV show, so it did look a little more promiscuous and a little bit more heightened,' she continued, 'but you know, I did what I did and you know, no regrets.'
Risque: The blonde pulled some bold flirty tricks on the show
Nip slip: She failed at covering her breasts when she tried to call attention to her cleavage
Aggressive: Nick was the subject of Corinne's sex-charged antics