EXCLUSIVE: Abbie Chatfield flaunts her toned midriff in a $1080 Prada bralette and a racy thigh-high split skirt as she leaves comedy show with a group of friends

Abbie Chatfield put on a very daring display on Friday night as she attended a Just For Laughs Festival event at the Sydney Opera House with some friends.

The reality star, 28, stepped out of the venue wearing a black, $1080 Prada bralette paired with a thigh-high split skirt that tied at her hip.

She completed her racy ensemble with a pair of black knee-high cowboy boots that featured a slight heel and accessorised with gold hoop earrings and metallic handbag.

Abbie was all smiles as she exited the event and even gave a thumbs-up to the cameras.

Her hair was styled in her natural curls and she opted for a nude makeup palette with a matching lip colour. 

Abbie Chatfield put on a very daring display on Friday night as she attended a Just For Laughs Festival event at the Sydney Opera House with some friends

It comes after it was revealed that the podcast host’s reality show FBoy Island Australia will be returning to screens with a second season in 2024.

The controversial dating show is set to make a comeback, with Abbie returning as host.

Abbie told The Daily Telegraph the series is a ‘perfect combination of an easy to watch dating show but also isn’t afraid to make fun of itself and its contestants.’

The reality star, 28, stepped out of the venue wearing a black, $1080 Prada bralette paired with a thigh-high split skirt that tied at her hip

The reality star, 28, stepped out of the venue wearing a black, $1080 Prada bralette paired with a thigh-high split skirt that tied at her hip

She completed her racy ensemble with a pair of black knee-high cowboy boots that featured a slight heel and accessorised with gold hoop earrings and metallic handbag

She completed her racy ensemble with a pair of black knee-high cowboy boots that featured a slight heel and accessorised with gold hoop earrings and metallic handbag

‘I think this show really gave a voice to a lot of people, particularly young women who have been f***ed around by Fboys and in myself or the contestants calling them out they felt vindicated and justified,’ she said.

Abbie went on to say, the show is ‘really appealing to Australian audiences because we don’t take ourselves too seriously’.

‘FBoy Island Australia flips traditional dating formats on its head and… it’s a show that encourages men to be accountable for their bad behaviour,’ she added.

Abbie even gave a thumbs-up to the cameras

Abbie even gave a thumbs-up to the cameras

Her hair was styled in her natural curls

She opted for a nude makeup palette with a matching lip colour

Her hair was styled in her natural curls and she opted for a nude makeup palette with a matching lip colour

Debuting on Foxtel / Binge in May, the ten-part reality series centred on three women out to find love from a choice of 24 suitors.

However, the twist is that half of the men are time-wasting ‘f**k boys’ and the other half are genuinely looking for love.

Among those looking for love on season one were DJ Sophie Blackley, occupational therapist Molly O’Halloran, and model Ziara Rae.

She was all smiles as she exited the event

She was all smiles as she exited the event

Molly made the right call in choosing genuine contestant Nick Brown and Ziara found love with hunky Izaya Leota.

By correctly choosing a genuine guy over a fboy the women not only found love but also walked away with $50,000 in prize money to share with their new partner.

Unfortunately, Sophie Blackley chose fboy Joshy Allen, which means she did not find love and he was awarded the entire share of their prize money.

Abbie's reality show FBoy Island Australia will be returning to screens with a second season in 2024

Abbie’s reality show FBoy Island Australia will be returning to screens with a second season in 2024 

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