"It’s in the past," she told the magazine. "The feelings are done. But it was shocking to be sent home because we just had such an amazing hometown date, and to me it looked like it was the best one. I just thought we had something really good going; it’s just a shame. But you can’t make anybody love you or want to be with you — I’d rather know the truth than be led on and find out something terrible later on."
Olympios broke down in tears when she didn't receive a rose from Dancing with the Stars' latest contestant last night, then quickly recovered in the limo, threatening to be more herself (she was holding back?!) and then curling up for one of her signature naps. Despite crying that her heart "would never be repaired," Olympios told Glamour she's more or less over it.
When asked if she'd had talks to discuss the possibility of her own show — in the vein of Freeform's The Twins: Happily Ever After?, we suppose — the Miami-based multimillionaire (cough) had this to say: "Of course! America wants Corinne because I made America Corinne again."