Despite having her heart broken on national television, there's still hope for unlucky in love Bachelor star, Abbie Chatfield! Yep, that's right, the 23-year-old has all but confirmed that'll she's returning to our screens next year!
After last night's jaw-dropping episode in which Matt sensationally dumped Abbie for Chelsie (uh, it was tough to watch) the 23-year-old hinted this morning that she could be heading to Fiji next year to star on Bachelor in Paradise. Although she didn't technically confirm the news, she nodded and smiled when Nova 96.9’s Fitzy & Wippa brought up the show in conversation.
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"You're single, you're famous and you have Bachelor in Paradise right around the corner," Fitzy said as Abbie nodded. "Congratulations on that," he added as a visibly excited Abbie giggled.
"I think it's a really good process and I know what I'm doing now. I probably wouldn't say on camera "I'm really horny" again though, so I've learned my lesson."
While also on air, Abbie opened up about watching last night's episode revealing that although she was a blubbering mess by the time Matt was about to dump her, the most disturbing part of reliving the experience was doing it next to her parents.
"I decided to watch it with my family and we thought it would be hilarious. But it wasn't that funny when I saw the pool scene."
“I was mentally prepared for it,” she told KIIS FM’s Kyle and Jackie O this morning. “Obviously it wasn’t comfortable but it’s all good… I think?”
Last night, Matt professed his love for Chelsie, revealing he knew from the start they had something special.
"I've never believed in such thing as the perfect woman till I met you. You encapsulate everything that I'm looking for in a woman. My biggest fear is opening up to that special someone. And having my heart broken into a thousand pieces. But coming into this experience, I promised I would throw caution to the wind and I'd overcome that fear," he said.
This article originally appeared on WHO.