It seems like every season of The Bachelor franchise features a bachelorette competing for the cliche "wrong reasons." Well, according to sources, Nick Viall's edition is no different.
Two episodes in, Corinne Olympios has already emerged as the villain because she's aggressive, sexual and boastful. But she won't be the only girl on the show with haters this season, Us Weekly reported.
A show insider told the magazine that Lombard "is fake, according to the ladies. They didn't feel she was there for Nick."
While Lombard insisted on Season 21's The Bachelor premiere she's ready to build a relationship with a man, her competition reportedly believes she's more focused on building a business.
The bachelorettes will warn Viall about Lombard's alleged intentions, but their tattling may backfire.
"She didn't get along with the others," the source told Us.
But Viall told Reality TV World in December 2016, "I certainly wasn't looking to end up with the most popular person in the house."
The 28-year-old model who currently resides in Los Angeles, CA, has opened three businesses since the young age of 23 -- two nail salons and an ice cream shop. She was also named Miss Hot Import Nights 2016 by an automotive event company.
Lombard presented herself as a party girl this past summer when she told Simply-Sxy digital magazine that she's out and about "90 percent of the time."
So far, Lombard took Viall's breath away on Night 1 of filming by wearing a low-cut black dress the Bachelor couldn't seem to resist. She hasn't earned much screen time so far, but that is sure to change. About The Author:Elizabeth Kwiatkowski
Elizabeth Kwiatkowski is Associate Editor of Reality TV World and has been covering the reality TV genre for more than a decade.