Chad Johnson is shutting down the talk that he would ever get involved with Corinne Olympios. The “Bachelor in Paradise” alum, who was sent home from the ABC summertime reality show by host Chris Harrison after his drunken escapades last season, told Us Weekly he would have no interest in hooking up with Corinne if they were ever cast on the same season of “Paradise” in the future.

Why Chad-Corinne will never be a thing

Johnson told Us that while people “kept pushing that” hookup, there’s no way it would ever happen because he has a type—and it’s not Corinne Olympios. Chad revealed that he goes for a certain look and attitude in women which Corinne does not really have.

Johnson was quick to clarify that he likes Corinne as a person but said: "she’s just not his type." He did acknowledge that if they were ever to land on the same show—an unlikely scenario at this point—they would have “some funny banter,” but it's not like they would ever “come out of that married.”

Johnson was no Prince Charming on last summer’s ‘Paradise’

Chad Johnson is not exactly a ladies’ man—at least not in front of the cameras.

Johnson made waves last season on “Bachelor in Paradise” when he got drunk, made fun of co-star Sarah Herron’s disability and told off Chris Harrison. He was, then, booted off the show by the angry ABC host.

Olympios’ turn on the ABC summertime spinoff went even worse. Corinne was involved in a sex scandal with co-star DeMario Jackson temporarily shut down production. The ABC star allegedly became so intoxicated she was in a “blackout state” and was unable to consent to what went down with Jackson.

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While Corinne Olympios’ reality TV future is up in the air (she reportedly declined an invite back to “Bachelor in Paradise” after the scandal), Chad Johnson is set to appear on the second season of the E! reality show “Famously Single” alongside “Dancing With the Stars” pro dancer Karina Smirnoff, "Jersey Shore” alum Ronnie Magro-Ortiz and more.

As for Olympios, franchise alum Amanda Stanton, who spent three days with the blonde beauty in Mexico before “Paradise” production was abruptly shut down, said her former co-star is doing “good” considering all she has been through.

Corinne hired high-powered celebrity attorney Marty Singer to conduct their own investigation into the “Bachelor in Paradise” incident.

Season 2 of “Famously Single” premieres on Sunday, June 25, on E! and “Bachelor in Paradise” will return to ABC in August.

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