Olympios opened up about her villainous The Bachelor edit and whether fans are seeing a misrepresentation of her true self during a Wednesday appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
"That is the real me. It definitely is a real side of me," the blonde beauty from Miami, FL, told the talk show host.
"But there are many other sides to me. I am an older sister. I run a business. I am an athlete -- I work out every day. I have a trainer. I mean, I just think you'll see a lot more of Corinne as the season goes on -- clothed. Clothed."
Olympios' "clothed" remark erupted laughter in the studio, as she was referring to the moment she ripped her bikini top off during a group date and later asked Nick Viall to lick whipped cream off her chest while she was wearing a trench coat.
"In the beginning -- come on. Don't you think you were crazy?" DeGeneres asked.
"Watching it back, I'm funny!" Olympios replied. "I think I'm funny. I actually really laugh very hard at myself. I'm like, 'Wow, I didn't even know I was that funny.' I was a little bit more promiscuous than I thought I would look."
"Were you drunk?" DeGeneres questioned Viall's bachelorette.
"There is alcoholic beverages," Olympios said with a laugh. "But I did know my limit. I never took it too far where I would black out or anything like that."
Olympios apparently decided to appear on The Bachelor's 21st season after a failed romance.
"I was in a long relationship," she revealed. "It was very stressful and I kind of just got out of that, and then things just fell into place with the show and I thought it was a really great opportunity to just put myself out there, you know, kind of have fun with it."
Olympios also clarified what her relationship is like with her nanny Raquel. Fans have poked fun at the bachelorette because she previously said Raquel cleans after her, makes her bed, cooks her food and more.
"Raquel actually works with my family. She's been with us for 18 years. She moved with us to Florida from New Jersey. She's kind of like my everything," Olympios, 25, explained.
"She raised my sister, she helped my mom through cancer. She's great. She's a part of our family. She's not like my nanny or like my babysitter. Nanny is kind of a word that I use for her because I have a lot of respect for her and she's kind of like a mother figure for me."
Olympios continued, "So I don't like saying 'cleaning lady' or 'housekeeper.' Nanny, to me, is more of a respectful word. I really do love her and she is a very big part of my life. I definitely could've explained it better."
Olympios also addressed a couple of random topics -- one of them being whether she'd like to star onThe Bachelorette if things don't work out with Viall.
"Of course," she admitted. "Being the Bachelorette would be an amazing experience for any one of us who would be asked to do that."
And last but not least, the controversial bachelorette disclosed she's "actually good friends with everyone in the house except for [Taylor Nolan]." This news may come as a surprise to fans since many of Olympios' fellow bachelorettes make catty remarks or often confront her about her unpopular, aggressive behavior.