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Courtney Act announces a new TV show on Channel 10

Courtney Act, Nikki Osborne and Abbie Chatfield are among the stars who will have new shows in Channel 10’s pilot showcase

Courtney Act and Abbie Chatfield are among the stars to announce their own shows as part of Channel 10’s Pilot Showcase.

The broadcaster’s showcase will be retuned in July with six brand new pilots airing on 10 Play.

Among them is ‘Courtney’s Closet’ by Australian drag sensation Courtney Act, 40.

Courtney Act and Abbie Chatfield are among the stars to announce their own shows as part of Channel 10's Pilot Showcase

Courtney Act and Abbie Chatfield are among the stars to announce their own shows as part of Channel 10’s Pilot Showcase

During the show, Australian Idol and Drag Race alumni will turn a different celebrity guest into drag each week – while also hearing about their personal journey in an intimate interview, TV Tonight Reports

Elsewhere, Abbie Chatfield — who has gone from Bachelor rejection to one of Australia’s most in-demand talents in three years — also has a new show.

The 27-year-old podcast host shared the news of the exciting career move on her Instagram on Saturday, revealing that she’s hosting a show that was “filmed a while ago.”

Abbie Chatfield - who has gone from a bachelor rejected in three years to one of Australia's most in-demand talents - also has a new show

Abbie Chatfield – who has gone from a bachelor rejected in three years to one of Australia’s most in-demand talents – also has a new show

Keeping the details mysterious, she continued, “This show is not just something I present, but a concept of its own that’s been in the works for a long time.

“That’s all the info I have for you for now, you’ll need to know more if you watch it from July 4th.”

According to TV Tonight, she will see Abbie “on a mission to explore, understand and reveal worlds not often seen or heard on television.”

Abbie dives into two opposing sides of a subject, bringing her signature unabashed brand of curiosity, passion and authenticity and asking all the questions the audience would never dare.

Another show that will thrill audiences is Sunshine Coast comedian Nikki Osbourne's The Bush Blonde vs The World

Another show that will thrill audiences is Sunshine Coast comedian Nikki Osbourne’s The Bush Blonde vs The World

Another show that will thrill audiences is Sunshine Coast comedian Nikki Osbourne’s The Bush Blonde vs The World.

Nikki, 40, who recently revealed she made $10,000 on her first day on OnlyFans to raise money to save the koalas, will host a sketch comedy show.

It will feature her original viral character Bush Barber and is said to be a “wild, over-the-top broadcast of Australian culture at its funniest.”

Foodies will also be thrilled with a new show Dinner Guest, featuring MasterChef's Melissa Leong (pictured) Narelda Jacobs and Susan Carland

Foodies will also be thrilled with a new show Dinner Guest, featuring MasterChef’s Melissa Leong (pictured) Narelda Jacobs and Susan Carland

Foodies will also be thrilled with a new show Dinner Guest, featuring MasterChef’s Melissa Leong, Narelda Jacobs and Susan Carland.

The show – around a dining table – becomes an “unsupervised discussion of today’s biggest topics.”

There is also a program for dating show fans. The Love Experiment will see if singletons can fall in love with a total stranger by asking 36 questions.

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The former Bachelor star, 27, shared the news of the exciting career move on her Instagram on Saturday, revealing that she is hosting a show that was 'filmed a while ago'.

The former Bachelor star, 27, shared the news of the exciting career move on her Instagram on Saturday, revealing that she is hosting a show that was ‘filmed a while ago’.

The name comes from a 1997 study by psychologist Arthur Aron—at examining whether intimacy between two strangers can be accelerated by having them ask each other a specific set of personal questions.

The end of the new shows is Time to Die, hosted by comedians Gen Fricker and Ben Russell.

Described as a “sly and downright evil challenge,” the show challenges two comedians to write each other the worst possible stand-up set to perform in front of a live audience.

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