Angie also shared more details of why she and Carlin called it quits, elaborating on their different values.
"Chemistry doesn’t always equal compatibility and we were smitten with each other on the show," she said.
"I’m more spiritual and a little bit more carefree and wild whereas he’s more....," Angie added before Jackie said that Carlin was "a Christian boy."
"He’s a Christian boy and we’re just different," Angie concluded.
The former Gogglebox star also weighed in on her exes Timm Hanly and Ciarran Stott, who became the unofficial villains of Bachelor in Paradise.
"I don’t know him," Angie said of her runner-up. "Timm was completely different to the person that I fell for on the show, I have no idea what Timm is like now."
"The Timm on Bachelor in Paradise was extremely different to the Timm I was seeing in The Bachelorette. I think that comes down to environment too. They’ve just finished Bachelorette, they’ve got their 15 minutes, egos are huge, they’re back with the boys and now they’re with like solid 10s on an island instead of a maybe six and a half one girl," she added.
When the conversation turned to Ciarran, Angie confessed: "I don’t really like to use his or Timm’s names anymore because I feel like giving them more clickbait or airtime doesn’t serve me. I don’t know who they are."
"I need a solid detox from dudes. I dated 20 of them last year in front of all of Australia I think I’m going to go for a while where I don’t trust people for a bit."
Carlin previously spoke on podcast How To … Life about his insecurities regarding the other guys in the mansion, particularly Timm, who Angie stayed in contact with after filming wrapped.
“She really cared for Timm," Carlin told co-hosts Claudia Coy, Jenna D’Apice and Nikolina Kharoufeh.
"They were kind of messaging a little bit afterwards. I was trying to play it cool, like ‘It’s fine, you know it’s all good', and I was trying to be nice and I was trying to do the right thing. And then more and more, her and Timm messaging each other, it just started to really eat me away."
“I’m fine to be honest with that, that I had my insecurities and that’s something that I was getting therapy for.”