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I’m a Celebrity’s Abbie Chatfield on how much she earns as influencer

I’m a Celebrity’s Abbie Chatfield earns 10 TIMES more as an influencer than her old job as a property analyst – and says yes to every opportunity

Abbie Chatfield has become a popular influencer and podcast host since debuting on Matt Agnew’s season of The Bachelor last year. 

And on Monday’s episode of I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!, the 26-year-old told her campmates how she earns ‘ten times’ more as an influencer than her previous job as a property analyst in real estate.

The blonde bombshell went on to reveal how she said yes to every opportunity, following her debut on the dating franchise. 

Cashing in: I’m a Celebrity’s Abbie Chatfield (pictured) told her campmates on Monday’s episode that she earns 10 TIMES more as an influencer than her old job as a property analyst – and says yes to every opportunity 

‘I came out [of the mansion] and I started to do Instagram stuff and was like, “oh, this earns me like 10 times what I was earning in my old job”,’ Abbie revealed. 

‘Everything that I get offered, I’m like, “yep, yep”,’ she continued, while making a ticking gesture with her hand in the air.   

Co-star Grant Denyer agreed with Abbie that you have to say yes to opportunities as ‘opportunities breed opportunities and the only way to get further ahead is [to] make yourself available’.  

Popularity: Recalling her newfound fame after debuting on The Bachelor, the 26-year-old said: 'I came out [of the mansion] and I started to do Instagram stuff and was like, "oh, this earns me like 10 times what I was earning in my old job"'

Popularity: Recalling her newfound fame after debuting on The Bachelor, the 26-year-old said: ‘I came out [of the mansion] and I started to do Instagram stuff and was like, “oh, this earns me like 10 times what I was earning in my old job”‘ 

Lucrative: 'Everything that I get offered, I'm like, "yep, yep",' she continued, while making a ticking gesture with her hand in the air

Lucrative: ‘Everything that I get offered, I’m like, “yep, yep”,’ she continued, while making a ticking gesture with her hand in the air 

While Abbie may be cashing in on her newfound fame, she has admitted that being in the spotlight can have its downsides too.  

Following her debut on Sunday’s premiere of I’m a Celebrity, some viewers accused her of being ‘annoying’ and overly dramatic on social media. 

Hitting back at her critics, Abbie re-posted a series of negative tweets before telling fans: ‘People on Twitter are so mad. They’re like, “Get off our screens!”‘

Business-minded: Co-star Grant Denyer (pictured) agreed with Abbie that you have to say yes to opportunities as 'opportunities breed opportunities and the only way to get further ahead is [to] make yourself available'

Business-minded: Co-star Grant Denyer (pictured) agreed with Abbie that you have to say yes to opportunities as ‘opportunities breed opportunities and the only way to get further ahead is [to] make yourself available’ 

'Babe, you made me': Meanwhile, Abbie has admitted that being in the spotlight can have its downsides too. Hitting back at her critics, Abbie re-posted a series of negative tweets before telling fans: 'People on Twitter are so mad. They're like, "Get off our screens!"'

‘Babe, you made me’: Meanwhile, Abbie has admitted that being in the spotlight can have its downsides too. Hitting back at her critics, Abbie re-posted a series of negative tweets before telling fans: ‘People on Twitter are so mad. They’re like, “Get off our screens!”‘

‘Babe, you trolled me… you made me!’ the sassy blonde added.

Taking a nonchalant approach to the backlash, Abbie later uploaded a post that read: ‘Half of Twitter hates me, half of Twitter loves me. I see you xxx.’ 

Despite receiving the ‘villain edit’ on The Bachelor, outspoken Abbie has amassed a legion of dedicated fans thanks to her popular podcast and Instagram account.

I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! continues Tuesday at 7.30pm on Channel 10  

Can't win 'em all! Taking a nonchalant approach to the backlash, Abbie later uploaded a post that read: 'Half of Twitter hates me, half of Twitter loves me. I see you xxx'

Can’t win ’em all! Taking a nonchalant approach to the backlash, Abbie later uploaded a post that read: ‘Half of Twitter hates me, half of Twitter loves me. I see you xxx’ 

Popular: Despite receiving the 'villain edit' on The Bachelor, outspoken Abbie has amassed a legion of dedicated fans thanks to her popular podcast and Instagram account

Popular: Despite receiving the ‘villain edit’ on The Bachelor, outspoken Abbie has amassed a legion of dedicated fans thanks to her popular podcast and Instagram account

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