Former Bachelor star Abbie Chatfield, 26, gets the AstraZeneca jab

Abbie Chatfield received her first AstraZeneca vaccine on Thursday.

In a series of videos uploaded to Instagram Stories about her vaccination journey, the 26-year-old former bachelor joked that she looked “hotter” after receiving the jab.

“I got the vaccine. I look, I actually look hotter. Like, I actually look hotter…” she began in a video filmed in her car after she left the vaccination clinic.

Jabbed: Former Bachelor star Abbie Chatfield received her first AstraZeneca vaccine on Thursday

She took a swipe at anti-vaxxers when she added, “I’ll update you on how I feel afterwards and also how the 5G is in my house and in my phone, which I’m excited about.”

“I’ll let you know when I feel closer to Bill Gates. I’ll let you know when the government controls my mind. We’ll see how it goes.’

Abbie also shared a video of her walking confidently down the street to Donna Summer’s disco hit Hot Stuff.

“I already feel hotter after getting AZ,” she captioned the video.

“I got the vaccine.  I look, I actually look hotter.  Like, I actually look hotter...

“I got the vaccine. I look, I actually look hotter. Like, I actually look hotter…” she began in a video filmed in her car after she left the vaccination clinic

Feeling Warm: Abbie also shared a video of herself walking confidently down the street on her way to Donna Summer's disco hit Hot Stuff

Feeling Warm: Abbie also shared a video of herself walking confidently down the street on her way to Donna Summer’s disco hit Hot Stuff

Call to arms: In a separate video, Abbie explained her decision to get the AstraZeneca vaccine instead of Pfizer, the vaccine of choice for people under 60

Call to arms: In a separate video, Abbie explained her decision to get the AstraZeneca vaccine instead of Pfizer, the vaccine of choice for people under 60

In a separate video, Abbie explained her decision to get the AstraZeneca vaccine instead of Pfizer, the vaccine of choice for people under 60.

The Pfizer vaccine is scarce in Australia, and the government is now advising younger people to reconsider their options.

“Pfizer probably wouldn’t happen for me before the end of the year. That was kind of the estimate I got, and I just wanted to get vaxxed for my own protection and also to help the community. I just wanted to get vaccinated,” she said.

“It’s also that I obviously live in Sydney, and if I get COVID I could die. I mean, a 38-year-old woman died of COVID with no pre-existing conditions, so I just wanted to make sure I was safe, and I feel good about it.”

In another post on her main Instagram grid, Abbie talked more about getting her first jab, claiming she felt “super hot” and “low-key horny.”

“The biggest wake-up call for me was receiving my vaccine history. I’ve had so many and haven’t even thought about it. Modern medicine is rad and I’m so grateful I was able to vaxx,” she continued.

On Tuesday, Abbie lashed out at anti-vaxxers on Instagram, who attempted to insult her by falsely claiming she enhanced her beauty with cosmetic injections.

While Abbie was quick to deny the claims, she later confirmed that one day she would get Botox — but only if she got a “proof of consent” from her beloved makeup artist from The Bachelor.

“Do anti-vaxxers realize that if they say I have Botox in my face as an insult, they’re both proving my point that if you get Botox, you should be able to get the vaccine and compliment my skin?” she started.

“I got the vaccine.  I look, I actually look hotter.  Like, I actually look hotter...

“I got the vaccine. I look, I actually look hotter. Like, I actually look hotter…” she began in a video filmed in her car after she left the vaccination clinic

“They should know I’ve never had Botox, purely because The Bachelor’s makeup artist – and my good friend Helen Dowsley – told me on the third day of filming that I would never get Botox until she approves it.

“I’m not going to lie – Helen is my beauty lord and savior, so I’ll literally do what she tells me to do.

“Helen hasn’t told me to get Botox yet, so I’m not getting Botox, honey!”

After receiving a barrage of reports from critics, Abbie added: “People love to get angry.

“There’s nothing wrong with getting Botox—I will, just waiting for my clearance from Helen.”

Abbie was insulted by anti-vaxxers about her appearance after disapproving of their views several times in recent weeks, saying they “discourage people from getting the TGA-approved Covid-19 vaccines.”

On her podcast It’s A Lot, she said, “If you don’t want the vaccine, shut up. Really stop talking out loud. If you don’t want the vaccine, I don’t want to hear about it.’

She later posted that if any of her friends shared the same opinion, she would “cut them off” because “it’s not a difference of opinion, it’s a difference of morals, values ​​and common sense.”

“I like my friends who are smart and hot,” she wrote.

Speaking on ABC’s The Drum, the former reality star had scathing words for those who discourage their fans from getting safe and effective vaccines.

“I’ve ended friendships with people who have a platform and posted antivax rhetoric. What concerns me is the direct access they have to young people’, she says.

‘The reason why young women are’ [becoming] anti-vaxxers is because of influencers, and the influence they have on young people.

‘I think that especially young people are very quickly convinced to do what the favorite influencer does.’

'Modern medicine is rad and I'm so grateful I was able to vaxx,' she said of access to the COVID vaccine

‘Modern medicine is rad and I’m so grateful I was able to vaxx,’ she said of access to the COVID vaccine

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