Abby Chatfield says there is an Australian celebrity she would never want to see again or appear on her show The Masked Singer
Abby Chatfield is not a fan of a particular Australian celebrity.
The reality TV star, 27, says she never wants to see celebrity chef Pete Evans under a costume on her show The Masked Singer.
“I narrowly missed interacting with him on I’m a Celebrity a couple of years ago when he uploaded that Nazi meme, so I was hoping he wouldn’t come back,” she said. Yahoo Lifestyle.
Abby Chatfield, 27, (pictured) revealed on Wednesday that there was one person she really didn’t want to see on the stage of The Masked Singer
“That was kind of the only person where I thought, ‘Oh my God, I wish it wasn’t Pete Evans.'”
The My Kitchen Rules judge, 49, was scheduled to appear on Season 7 of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! next to Abby.
However, he was dropped by Channel 10 after he posted the Black Sun, a neo-Nazi symbol, on social media, later claiming he did not know what it meant.
In an interview with Yahoo Lifestyle, the reality TV star was adamant that she never wanted to see celebrity chef Pete Evans, 49, (pictured) under a costume
The My Kitchen Rules judge was scheduled to appear on Season 7 of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! next to Abby
Celebrity chef Colin Fasnig took his place at the last second after Beth began his pre-filming quarantine.
The disgraced TV chef has been a judge on my kitchen rules for a decade alongside French chef Manu Feldel.
Seven dropped him from his $800,000 contract in May 2020 after he was involved in a series of controversies.
However, he was dropped by Channel 10 after he posted the Black Sun, a neo-Nazi symbol, on social media, later claiming he did not know what it meant. (Pictured: Pete’s uploaded neo-Nazi flyer)
Celebrity chef Colin Fasnig took his place at the last second after Beth began his pre-filming quarantine. (Pictured: Pete confirms he actually knows what the symbol means)
Pitt previously claimed that COVID-19 was a “f**king hoax” and that the pandemic is “no comparison to what’s happening in the world on a large scale.”
Among his false claims about the pandemic, Pitt previously declared himself immune to the coronavirus, blaming the health crisis on 5G technology.
He also endorsed fellow conspiracy theorist David Icke, a Holocaust denier who was denied entry to Australia last year after protests from the Jewish community.
This disgraced TV chef has been the judge of My Kitchen Rules for a decade alongside French chef Manu Feldel (left)
Dropped by 15 sponsors and companies within 48 hours in November 2020.
MKR was once a juggernaut in Seven’s ratings, but its popularity has waned in recent years as viewers flocked to Channel Nine’s Married at First Sight instead.
In April, it was announced that Home Cooking star Nigella Lawson would replace Evans as a judge on a new revamped season of My Kitchen Rules.
Seven dropped him from his $800,000 contract in May 2020 after he was involved in a series of controversies. (Pictured with his wife, Nicola Robinson)