Allison Williams
Allison Williams enjoys watching Corinne Olympios on “The Bachelor” Season 21. Pictured: Allison Williams at the premiere of the film “Sully” in Manhattan, New York on Sept. 6, 2016. Reuters/Darren Ornitz

“Girls” star Allison Williams is a huge fan of “The Bachelor,” and she’s also very supportive of Season 21 villain, Corinne Olympios.

While speaking with E! News at the final season premiere of “Girls” in New York, Williams said that there’s just so much to talk about when it comes to Olympios. Williams also shared that she had the pleasure of meeting Nick Viall in person and thinks that he is not only good looking, but he is also smart and articulate.

“I think the women, for the most part, kind of raise the bar in terms of maturity and intellect. There’s a lot of degrees in there – not that I’m biased in that way, but it’s a more mature group, which I like. But it also means that they had to mine the drama. And there was Corrine. Hopefully she’ll be a gift that’ll keep giving,” she said.

Meanwhile, “The Bachelor” host Chris Harrison previously confirmed that Olympios will return to “Bachelor in Paradise” if Viall doesn’t give her the final rose. While speaking with the same publication, he said, “If Corinne is not with Nick at the end of this, I will be packing her bags at the end of this. I will pack her bags, I will carry her plus one carryon with me. I will bring her nanny down. If she doesn’t come to ‘Paradise,’ I will be heartbroken,” he said.

In other news, Williams and her “Girls” co-stars Lena Dunham, Jemima Kirke and Zosia Mamet will reprise their roles in the sixth final season of the hit HBO TV series. “Girls” is expected to premiere on the network on Feb. 12 at 10 p.m. EST.