Abbie Chatfield: TV host sizzles on red carpet in Sydney at launch of newest project FBoy Island

Abbie Chatfield has launched her latest project — new Binge series FBoy Island — at a red carpet event in Sydney.

Going from reality show contestant to reality show host, the 27-year-old TV and radio personality stepped out in style at The Butler in Potts Point for the event.

Chatfield told News.com.au she’s excited for people to see the highly-anticipated series.

“I’m so thrilled for everybody to see this show. Filming was so much fun,” she said.

Camera IconChatfield stole the show at the launch event in Sydney. Credit: Instagram

“I’ve seen episode one – the producers came over and we watched it and we were pissing ourselves and slapping ourselves. It is such a good show and I’m so proud of what I’ve seen so far.”

Dressed in a short, pink-checked dress with silver strapping, the ex-Bachelor star posed alongside contestants from the show.

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26-year-old occupational therapist Molly O’Halloran, 26-year-old DJ Sophie Blackley and 21-year-old model Ziara Rae are looking for love on the show.

Abbie posed alongside three ladies looking for love on the show.
Camera IconAbbie posed alongside three ladies looking for love on the show. Credit: Instagram

FBoy Island — which premieres on May 29 — follows the three women as they work out which of the men are are “nice guys” and which are the self-proclaimed “FBoys”.

FBoy Island premieres on Binge on May 29.
Camera IconFBoy Island premieres on Binge on May 29. Credit: Instagram

Just two weeks ago, Chatfield was in Perth for her Trauma Dump Tour which was described as “an incredibly powerful and important show” and one in which the popular powerhouse’s “vulnerability and honesty had the audience shouting out in support”.

Abbie Chatfield performs at Perth Concert Hall as part of The Trauma Dump tour.
Camera IconAbbie Chatfield performs at Perth Concert Hall as part of The Trauma Dump tour. Credit: Daniel Wilkins/The West Australian
Abbie Chatfield performs at Perth Concert Hall as part of The Trauma Dump tour.
Camera IconAbbie Chatfield performs at Perth Concert Hall as part of The Trauma Dump tour. Credit: Daniel Wilkins/The West Australian
Abbie Chatfield performs at Perth Concert Hall as part of The Trauma Dump tour.
Camera IconAbbie Chatfield performs at Perth Concert Hall as part of The Trauma Dump tour. Credit: Daniel Wilkins/The West Australian

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