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This Is How Much Money The Bachelor's Corinne Is Making Now

You have to admire her entrepreneurial spirt.
This Is How Much Money The Bachelor's Corinne Is Making Now

Though Bachelor season has come and gone, for some reason I just can't give up on Corinne yet. Though she failed to win's Nick heart, she was arguably the star of the show. Her antics on the show kept me tuning in every week, from the time she said her "vagine" was platinum to the infamous moment where she covered herself in whipped cream.

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Without including any of her "celebrity" related earnings, Corinne let us know very early on that she ran a multi-million dollar company. In reality, it's actually her dad's company, though it does bring in some serious income. ArmorGarage Inc. is an online business owned by James Olympios, which according to their website, sells "high performance premium grade epoxy coatings and floor products." Before The Bachelor, Corinne was working in the sales department, so we can expect that she was already bringing in a hefty income (not to mention the inheritance she's sure to get).

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Nowadays, Corinne is mostly taking of advantage of her newfound celebrity status to earn some cash. One of these methods of earning an income is through club appearances. Corinne has been hitting the club circuit across the continent, with an appearance at Toronto's Cube Nightclub fast approaching.

According to GQ, well-known reality TV stars can take in anywhere from $10,000 to $50,000 for one night club appearance. Judging by her Instagram, Corinne has made at least 5 club appearances so far, and has a number lined up in the coming year, so I think it's safe to say her earning from nightclubs alone is in the tens of thousands, and possibly hundreds.

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Finally, Corinne's 900k+ Instagram followers make her a prime influencer for businesses. According to popular influencer app Tribe, influencers with over 500,000 followers can earn at least $1200 per post. Since the beginning of the show, Corinne has utilized her following to earn an income. Some of her sponsored posts have included Sugar Bear Hair, Shopicks, Bombayhair, and Diffeyewear...and that's just in the last two weeks alone. Considering the rate that she turns out #ads, we're sure that this is a huge source of income for her.

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So there you have it. While it's impossible to name an actual figure, I think it's safe to say that it's at least in the 6 figure range. Love her or hate her, you have to admire her work ethic. The girl is bringing in some serious cash.

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We are happily Team Corn and have been Team Corn through it all. The original Taylor Vs. Corinne drama on Nick Viall's season of The Bachelor. Corinne vs. the media after this season of Bachelor in Paradise. Even Corinne vs. everyone for the first couple episodes of The Bachelor. We have stayed loyal to our favourite blonde business woman, as she truly is one of the best characters to grace The Bachelor in a long, long time. 

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