It seems like all of Bachelor nation was stunned on June 26 when they learned that Taylor Nolan had called it quits with her Bachelor in Paradise beau Derek Peth. Except for one person, that is. Taylor's TV nemesis Corinne Olympios gave Life & Style her exclusive reaction to the breakup, and it's low-key savage.

“Good," she began. "He actually lasted longer than I thought… Taylor is a nightmare." Zing! But come on, what else would you expect? Corinne and Taylor have hated each other since they first competed for Nick Viall's love in 2017, when Taylor accused Corinne of having a low "maturity and emotional intellegence."

The public seemed to take Corinne's side, and Taylor said that the ordeal had affected her daily life on the Women Tell All special at the end of the season. She even told ET that "sometimes I feel really low and like I'm never going to be able to work again as a counsellor." Which Corinne didn't really care about, because she still felt like Taylor started it.

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Fans prepared for a massive showdown between the two when they were both cast on Bachelor in Paradise, but Corinne didn't even make it past the first day when her sex scandal with DeMario Jackson shut down production. The same night, Taylor and Derek had already fallen for each other, and they stuck together for the rest of the season. Though Derek didn't propose on BIP, he did pop the question on the reunion special, which Taylor happily accepted as Corinne looked on. At the time, Corn was sweet and congratulated Taylor, but in the end she was happy to see the relationship crumble.

Though Corinne didn't have a problem with Derek, he ended up on her bad side as well when he threw some shade at her on Twitter after she complained about not being able to keep her seat on a plane reclined during takeoff. "When you’re so full of yourself that you make being discourteous towards the person behind you about yourself…" he wrote.

The duo announced their unexpected split on June 26. "It is with much sadness that we have decided to end our engagement," said the exes in a statement to E!. "We put everything we could into our relationship and are heartbroken to go forward separately, but we know this is the best decision for the both of us. We will still be present in each other's lives with support, admiration and respect for each other."

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