Corinne Olympios said she’s not buying new “Bachelor” star Colton Underwood’s claims of virginity and she thinks that it “was a lie.”
“I just have some insincere feelings I get from him [Underwood],” the 26-year-old “Bachelor in Paradise” star shared during an interview on the Domenick Nati Show, according to People Magazine Wednesday. “We’ll see how that pans out. ”
Then when she was pressed further if she believes that the next bachelor was “really a virgin or if it’s all an act.”
“I do think that was a lie,” she responded. “I don’t know why. But I just don’t buy it.”
The “Bachelor” alum made it clear that Blake Horstmann was who she was pulling for and would like to have seen instead.
“I liked Blake [Horstmann] a lot, I totally thought it should’ve been Blake,” Olympios explained. “But I think Colton was a crowd favorite and that was what they were interested in.”
She then had a bit of advice for the next “Bachelor” about not letting “fame” go to his head.
“Don’t let the fame get to your head,” the reality star said. “I don’t like guys who get cocky after that.”
Underwood, 26, got everyone’s attention this summer when he talked about his virginity while he was trying to win over Becca Kufrin’s heart on “The Bachelorette.”
The former NFL player was then named the 23rd “Bachelor” in the shows history earlier this month.
“I think that in regards to my virginity, it’s just a small portion of who I am. I don’t want to be defined by that,” Underwood told Page Six. “I understand it did blow up, but it’s 2018. It’s my body, my choice that should be normal.”
The next season of “The Bachelor” will air early next year.