Country music’s biggest festival, Stagecoach, returned last weekend, and celebrities and reality stars came out to party.
Many members of Bachelor Nation are known for attending Stagecoach, and this year was no different. Corinne Olympios, former “Bachelor” and “Bachelor In Paradise” star, was in attendance this past weekend and certainly brought the heat with her outfit.
Corinne Olympios Attends Stagecoach
The former reality television star opted for a skimpy outfit with a black crop top and an army green mini skirt, complete with bright pink cowboy boots.
“We got a little dirt on our boots 🤠💃👢🔥,” she captioned the post, which gained the attention of her Instagram followers.
“I need those boots 😍,” one fan wrote as another chimed in, “Could have been a porn star ⭐️ became a leader instead.”
A third commented, “So Gorgeous and Flawless 🤗.”
Partying The Night Away
Another photo showed Olympios at Stagecoach holding a Michelob Ultra beer bottle, smiling from ear to ear with her arm high up in the air.
“You look good 😍 😍🔥,” one fan commented as another chimed in, “Slay! 🔥”.
Olympios has come a long way since her “Bachelor” days. When on Nick Viall’s season of “The Bachelor,” she certainly made a name for herself as she received backlash for her behavior and was called “villain” of the season.
After the season aired, Olympios reflected on her actions, agreeing with the fan base and even referring to herself as a “psychopath.”
“I acted like a psychopath,” Olympios said. “I was a completely different human at the time. I tried to do whatever I could to get your attention. Everyone freaked out, but I didn’t care because I got my time. I was a little upset because I knew what a good wife I would be one day and what a good girlfriend I was. So I felt like that side of me wasn’t shown. I felt like I looked like a bimbo.”
“Bachelor In Paradise” Scandal
Following her time on “The Bachelor,” Corinne Olympios appeared on “Bachelor In Paradise,” the spin-off of the reality show. In 2017, Warner Bros. launched an internal investigation of “Bachelor In Paradise,” focusing on a sexual encounter between DeMario Jackson and Corinne Olympios, causing the reality show’s filming to be suspended.
At the time of the incident, Olympios released a statement that read, “I am a victim and have spent the last week trying to make sense of what happened on June 4. Although I have little memory of that night, something bad took place, which I understand is why production on the show has now been suspended, and a producer has filed a complaint against the production.”
After Olympios referred to herself as a “victim” in the “Bachelor In Paradise” scandal, she faced much backlash, leading her to clear things up by releasing another statement. “Then, I saw myself as a victim of having something this serious happen to you and having the media paint you a certain way that you know you aren’t and having all these people make their judgments and comments, and they don’t even know what happened or went on,” she said.
“That’s what I’m a victim of. I never meant that I was a victim of DeMario. I strongly believe he had no bad intentions at all. It was all good. It was unfortunate that no one knew how intoxicated I was then,” she concluded.
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