Olympios and Viall both live in Los Angeles now, but she revealed in a Facebook Live with ET's Lauren Zima that they haven't hung out yet. "I haven't run into him one time," she said. "The last time I saw him was [the] final rose... Crazy!"
She also revealed that despite previously telling ET that she'd be open to dating Viall again, she's since changed her stance on the matter -- and hadn't heard from him about it anyway.
"I don't think I would ever date Nick again," she explained. "I would just be open to going to coffee with him and talking to him. I'm cool with him."
Olympios finished fourth on season 21 of The Bachelor, after being sent home following that very hometown date she posted about on Monday. It was an emotional moment for the Florid native, who quickly dried her tears with a surprisingly empowering speech about how she's done trying to impress men... and how she needs a nap.
Viall ended up proposing to Vanessa Grimaldi, but the two split last summer. During an interview with ET in October, Olympios said she wasn't surprised by the breakup -- and revealed whether she'd give Viall a second chance.
"We clearly had strong chemistry," she said. "I was falling so hard, and I remember when he changed completely. I went up to him, cameras not rolling, and was like, 'I just want to give you a hug before the night ends,' which is something we normally did. He was like, 'K, well, I'm gonna go give out this rose now.' And I was like, 'Whoa.' It was a slap in the face, like, 'I'm too busy for you right now.' ... I don't know why he got like that. ... I feel like [in the beginning] I saw a different side of him than what [he] shows right now."
"If I saw him getting back to the way he was when I first stepped out of the limo, I would seriously consider giving him a chance," she added. "I would meet up with him, have coffee, talk to him and see how he is. He just broke up with his fiancee; it can't be easy."