Corinne Olympios may not have found love with Nick Viall on The Bachelor, but she definitely enjoyed a beautiful relationship with champagne.
ET's Lauren Zima caught up with the 24-year-old Miami native at "The Women Tell All" taping on Friday, where she opened up about her love for bubbly, and shut down suspicions that she was always drunk on the show.
"Oh, I love champagne!" she exclaimed. "[I had it] whenever I wanted it. Woke up and there it was, great, thank you, have a great day."
Despite Olympios' unlimited flow of adult beverages, the blonde beauty insists she didn't drink too much.
"I was not drunk on the show all the time. There were times where we were all a little bit, you know, tipsy, but I was never drunk on the show where I didn’t know what I was doing, or anything like that," she shared. "Like, come on."
Fans watched as Viall sent Olympios home on Monday's episode, where the Bachelor standout displayed a rare moment of insecurity.
"I mean, we had just had a really good hometown date," she explained of her tearful reaction to getting sent home. "Things went really well, I think we had one of the best ones. So to be sent home so abruptly after that was a little bit shocking."
Regardless of how she left the show, Olympios definitely doesn't have any regrets.
"I don't have any regrets on this season. I'm me," she said, adding that those who had problems with her behavior on the show should "stay off my social media."
"My message is to [the haters], is that, 'Listen, I'm sorry that I did something to make you that upset, but I can't make the world happy. I wish I could, but I can't, and I'm not going to address it anymore," she declared. "If you have a problem, stay off my social media!'"
"I just really want to be successful in what I set out to do, and you know, some things are still being discussed, and formed. So whatever do decide to do in the future I just want to be successful in it," she said, before sharing key advice for anyone hoping to follow in her Bachelor standout footsteps.
"Always be yourself," she advised. "Be yourself, and you won't have any regrets."