Former reality star Abbie Chatfield has announced yet another business project; a new TV show called Abbie Chats on Network 10.

Chatfield shared the exciting news on social media. “Woohoo! Ya girl has a spot in Channel 10’s pilot showcase. This show is not just something I’m hosting, but also a concept of my own that has been a long time in the making,” she wrote in the post.

She added, “That’s all the info I have for you for now, you’ll have to find out more when you watch it from July 4 on @10playau”.

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Abbie rose to fame after coming runner-up on Matt Agnew’s season of The Bachelor. She went on to star in Bachelor in Paradise and  I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!. She’s since hosted Love Island After Party, has her own podcast It’s A Lot, has her own clothing line and a nightly radio show called Hot Nights with Abbie Chatfield. The 27-year-old was also recently announced as a host for the upcoming season of The Masked Singer Australia.
The Channel 10 website shares some insight about what Chatifeld’s new show will be about.

“Abbie Chatfield is on a mission to explore, understand and reveal worlds not commonly seen or heard from on television. Abbie dives into two opposite ends of a subject, bringing her signature unapologetic brand of curiosity, passion and authenticity along, and asking all the questions the audience would never dare to. Crack open the bubbly, put out your best cheese and nestle in for a real showcase,” the synopsis reads.

Gossip website So Dramatic! revealed that Chatfield is being paid $100,000 to be a judge on The Masked Singer. The publication also reported that fellow judge and former Spice Girl Mel B is being paid $500,000 for her time as a judge on the show.

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