Abbie Chatfield is an Australian media figure, television presenter, radio host, and podcaster. She gained recognition through her roles in reality TV, both as a participant and host. Additionally, she currently holds a position as a judge on The Masked Singer Australia.
Age- 28 years
Height- 5 feet 8 inches
Born- 20 June 1995
Spouse-Konrad Bien-Stephens (2021–2022)
Profession-Australian media personality and television host
Abbie’s mother is Laura Junner. If she were to legally change her last name, she would be known as ‘Abbie Junner’. The Hit Network host has openly discussed her father’s absence since her birth and occasionally makes dark humor about it, especially on Father’s Day.
Abbie was previously in an open relationship with fellow Bachelor alum, Konrad Bien-Stephen. However, recent rumors suggest that they have broken up. Reports indicate that Bien-Stephen has moved on with another ex-Bachelor star, Megan Marx. According to undisclosed sources, Bien-Stephen and Marx allegedly got involved while filming the reality TV show, The Challenge.
She studied at St Rita’s College Brisbane before enrolling at Queensland University of Technology, where she completed her education in 2018, earning a bachelor’s degree in property economics.
In 2019, Abbie Chatfield gained widespread recognition as the runner-up on season seven of Network 10’s The Bachelor Australia. Throughout her stint on the show, she faced criticism for her outspoken and feminist views. That same year, she launched her successful podcast, It’s a Lot, on LISTNR, consistently ranking high on the Australian iTunes Charts.
In the following year, Chatfield appeared on the third season of Bachelor in Paradise Australia but was eliminated in the second episode. She later emerged as the winner of the seventh season of I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!, supporting her chosen charity, Dementia Australia.
In 2021, Chatfield took on the role of host for Love Island Afterparty Australia, providing commentary on the latest happenings in Love Island Australia. While her return for the following season was uncertain, there were rumors circulating about her potentially replacing Sophie Monk as the host for Love Island Australia’s fourth season.
Chatfield made headlines in January 2022 for her viral vaccination rant, which was turned into a song titled “Ketamine,” becoming a contender for the Hottest 100 list. Later that year, she ventured into radio, hosting her own national show, Hot Nights with Abbie Chatfield, on the Hit Network. Additionally, she joined the panel of The Masked Singer Australia for its fourth season, alongside Mel B, Chrissie Swan, and original panelist Dave Hughes.
Chatfield launched her inclusive clothing line, Verbose the Label, in May 2022, promoting diverse representation and inclusive sizing. She also secured her own TV show, Abbie Chats, as part of Network 10’s pilot showcase, premiering in July 2022.
In November 2022, Chatfield diversified further by launching her own beer line, “Spill Easy Going Lager.” Additionally, she was announced as the host of a new reality show on Binge called FBoy Island Australia, which officially aired on May 30, 2023.
However, on August 17, 2023, Chatfield surprised her fans by announcing her decision to step back from her immensely popular national radio show, which she had been hosting for a year and a half. In a video shared on her Instagram, she revealed that her choice to leave was entirely voluntary. Citing her busy schedule and a desire to pursue other opportunities, she expressed that she no longer wished to continue the daily radio commitment.
- In 2019 Contestant on The Bachelor Australia, finishing as the Runner-up.
- 2020 Appeared on Bachelor In Paradise Australia.
- 2020 Featured on Reputation Rehab in the episode “Reality TV Villains”.
- 2021 Contestant on I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here!, crowned Queen of the Jungle.
- 2021 Hosted Love Island Afterparty Australi .
- 2022-present Serves as a Judge on The Masked Singer Australia.
- 2022 Hosted the pilot episode of Abbie Chats.
- 2023 Host of FBoy Island Australia.
Net Worth 2023
Abbie Chatfield is believed to have a net worth ranging from $1 to $2 million.She presently resides in Bondi, having acquired an apartment there in 2022. Additionally, she has invested in a house in the Byron Bay Hinterland, where she spends part of her time during breaks from her work commitments in Sydney.
Abbie Chatfield’s Latest News
Abbie Chatfield steps down as Fridayz Live co-host
Abbie Chatfield has announced her decision to step down from her co-hosting role at the Fridayz Live tour following allegations of sexual harassment. The former Bachelor contestant, now an influencer, disclosed on Friday the existence of an “active lawsuit” involving one of the headline acts. Fridayz Live, a touring RNB and hip-hop music event presented by Hit Network’s RNB Fridays and New Zealand’s ZM & Flava, features Jason Derulo, Boyz II Men, and Kelly Rowland as this year’s headliners. Although Chatfield did not directly name Derulo, it was previously revealed that the singer, who also serves as a judge on The Voice Australia, was accused by US singer Emaza Dilan of soliciting sexual favors in exchange for assistance with her music career.
Dilan’s lawsuit accuses Derulo of aggressive behavior, harassment, and unwelcome sexual advances dating back to multiple incidents allegedly occurring in 2021-22.
“I’m just coming on here to let you know I have decided to step down from co-hosting the Fridayz Live tour this year and most likely in years to come,” Chatfield said on Instagram.
“At this time, there is an active lawsuit involving the headline act, including an allegation of sexual harassment.
“While these are presently allegations and there has been no resolution in court, I personally don’t feel comfortable performing my duties as co-host while these legal matters are outstanding.
“This is my personal stance and I have decided to remove myself from the line-up.”
On Friday, the Fridayz Live website revised its announcement regarding Abbie Chatfield, indicating that she will no longer co-host the Fridayz 2023 event due to personal reasons.
This tour, now in its sixth installment, is scheduled to visit Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide, Brisbane, Sydney, and Auckland. Previous editions of the tour have featured prominent artists including 50 Cent, The Black Eyed Peas, Janet Jackson, Macklemore, and TLC.