"Bachelor" standout contestant Corinne Olympios is speaking out immediately after receiving the boot on final night's episode.
Just final week, the 24-year-old Florida native brought "Bachelor" Nick Viall home to meet her family members, like her nanny Raquel.
"I absolutely was shocked I got sent house," Olympios mentioned right now on "Great Morning America." "We just had such an amazing hometown date and items went rally properly with my household. I just thought we had a lot of exciting, we talked about a lot of emotional items--just super blindsided by going home."
Olympios had previously told Viall that she loved him--a thing she mentioned she doesn't regret even though she was sent house.
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"I was fully myself and I would've been seriously upset if I didn't inform him how I felt," she mentioned. "I would've regretted that so I am glad I said what I mentioned."
On the show, viewers saw Olympios as getting more than-the-leading, outgoing and confident. She admitted that she has a "really significant personality" and what you see on camera is all her.
"There was a lot of really intense and emotional conversations that weren't shown," Olympios said. "I imply, it wasn't all so attractive and flirty all the time but yea, that is me."
As for becoming painted as a villain, Olympios did not believe that was fair, she stated.
"A villain to me does items viciously to other folks," she said. "I under no circumstances did anything vicious to anybody. I was just undertaking me."
The "Women Tell All" two-hour unique airs subsequent Monday at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.
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