Corinne Olympios' new relationship with a mystery man is going so well that she's almost ready to go public.

"I'm dating someone," Corinne, 26, told Us Weekly. "It's going really well. He's really cool. You guys are going to be excited to find out who it is eventually."

The blonde beauty from Nick Viall's season of The Bachelor and Season 4 of Bachelor in Paradise has yet to reveal her man's identity -- despite previously revealing he's not a guy from Bachelor Nation -- but fans may not have to wait much longer.

Corinne said she'll expose her new romance "soon," adding, "maybe New Year's."

This isn't the first relationship Corinne has entered since appearing on Season 21 of The Bachelor.

Shortly after returning home from filming late last year, Corinne previously revealed an ex-boyfriend came back into her life and proposed marriage, which was a gesture she absolutely did not see coming.

"I was really shocked when I was asked by my ex to get engaged," Corinne told Us of her brief engagement. "I think I was just so happy to see a familiar face that I was comfortable with from beforehand."

Corinne had said her ex just showed up at her house one day with a ring. The Miami native initially accepted her ex's hand in marriage, but their romance quickly turned sour. The pair eventually split and Corinne gave the diamond sparkler back.

"It was just a really weird and surreal thing to happen to me coming right back from off the show. Definitely wasn't expecting that," Corinne admitted.

Just last month, Corinne opened up about the type of guy she was looking for. At the time of her 26th birthday on November 11, she was single.

"I just want a guy that will check in with me even if he's having a super busy day, [a guy with] a good job [who] has his sh-t together and just [gives off] good vibes," Corinne explained at the time.

"I don't like people that are cocky. I have come across so many guys that are just way too into themselves and it is just such a turn-off."

Corinne is in a good place in her life right now, especially after a chaotic and emotional summer in which she was involved in a Bachelor in Paradise sex scandal with co-star DeMario Jackson.
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"We are [very close now]. I'm so happy," Corinne told Us of DeMario, who was initially accused of sexual misconduct in Mexico but ultimately found innocent following a Warner Bros. investigation.

"I'm happy how I handled [the situation]. I'm obviously not happy that it happened. But I'm happy how I handled it and I'm so glad that we're just past it."