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Abbie Chatfield shares steamy selfies after I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! confirmation

Back in the spotlight! Bikini-clad Abbie Chatfield shares some steamy poolside selfies after being confirmed to star in I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!

The Bachelor star Abbie Chatfield is heading into the jungle and she wants the world to know.

Less than 24 hours after Channel Ten all but confirmed the 25-year-old is joining this season of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!, the star posted a cryptic message hinting she’ll be back on screens shortly. 

Taking to Instagram, Abbie shared two poolside photos, opting to caption the bikini-clad snaps with an emoji wearing a cowboy hat.

 Bikini babe! The Bachelor’s Abbie Chatfield has shared some steamy poolside selfies after being confirmed to star in I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!

Cheeky hint: She opted  to caption the bikini-clad snaps with an emoji wearing a cowboy hat

Cheeky hint: She opted  to caption the bikini-clad snaps with an emoji wearing a cowboy hat

‘Whatcha thinkin bout,’ she wrote, before adding a cowboy emoji.

This comes after a clue was posted on Instagram by Channel 10 all but confirming the Abbie is joining the cast of I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!

Shared on Tuesday, the clue hinted that a ‘blonde bombshell’ known for ‘dropping some bombs’ will be entering the jungle camp.

It continued: ‘She loves playing the villain… but to many she’s a hero.’

As fans will know, Abbie got the ‘bad girl’ edit on The Bachelor as a result of her straightforward personality and blunt honesty. 

She's back! She was labelled the 'villain' on Matt Agnew's (left) season of The Bachelor last year, and it looks like she may soon be returning to TV screens

She's back! She was labelled the 'villain' on Matt Agnew's (left) season of The Bachelor last year, and it looks like she may soon be returning to TV screens

She’s back! She was labelled the ‘villain’ on Matt Agnew’s (left) season of The Bachelor last year, and it looks like she may soon be returning to TV screens

But she soon won the public over afterwards by reinventing herself as feminist podcaster, and is now considered one of the franchise’s success stories.

According to industry website TV Blackbox, Abbie isn’t the only celebrity which is ready to slap on some khakis, with reports former Dancing with the Stars hosts Grant Denyer and Amanda Keller are all set to enter the jungle.

The publication believes the pair risked losing their wages if they didn’t appear on the show because they are both already signed to Channel 10.

New additions: According to industry website TV Blackbox, former Dancing with the Stars hosts Grant Denyer (left) and Amanda Keller (right) are also all set to enter the jungle

New additions: According to industry website TV Blackbox, former Dancing with the Stars hosts Grant Denyer (left) and Amanda Keller (right) are also all set to enter the jungle

Neither Grant nor Amanda will be presenting Dancing with the Stars next year, as the rights to the format have been acquired by rival network Channel Seven.

Meanwhile, celebrity chef Colin Fassnidge will be replacing Pete Evans, who was dropped from the cast last month just hours before filming was set to commence in regional New South Wales. 

Singer-songwriter Paulini Curuenavuli will also be heading into the jungle, after finding fame on Australian Idol back in 2003. 

A few familiar faces and Gogglebox favourites Adam Densten and Symon Lovett are also joining the show.

Swapping programs: Gogglebox favourites Adam Densten (right) and Symon Lovett (left) will also be starring in the TV show

Swapping programs: Gogglebox favourites Adam Densten (right) and Symon Lovett (left) will also be starring in the TV show

Other celebrities include, Pettifleur Berenger from The Real Housewives of Melbourne, The Voice’s Jack Vidgen, retired AFL footballer Robert ‘Dippa’ DiPierdomenico, comedian Ash Williams and actress Toni Pearon.

I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!, which is hosted by Dr Chris Brown and Julia Morris, premieres on Channel 10 on Sunday, January 3.

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