The three women looking for love in the new series FBoy Island have been revealed.
Abbie Chatfield is in the guest chair for the new 10-part series that will follow three ladies as they try to find love out of 24 suitors.
However, the twist is that half of the men are “f**k boys” and the other half are actually on the show to find love.
Among those looking for love is DJ Sophie Blackley, occupational therapist Molly O’Halloran and model Ziara Rae.
Among those looking for love are DJ Sophie Blackley (left) and occupational therapist Molly O’Halloran (right)
At just 21 years old, the stunning model Ziara is the youngest of the ladies looking for love
At just 21, Ziara is the youngest of the ladies looking for love.
“I didn’t expect it to be so full,” she told the Daily telegram.
“We keep coming to the conclusion that half the guys are here for the money and the other half for a sincere connection, but I think I could definitely reform an Fboy,” she added.
Meanwhile, 26-year-old Molly from Melbourne signed up for the show after the brutal end of her engagement.
Abbie Chatfield is in the guest chair for the new 10-part series that will follow three women as they try to find love out of 24 suitors
“I’m very new to all this, I’ve never done television or media,” she said.
“I had my heart broken by the ultimate Fboy and pretty much planned my entire life around it and everything was turned upside down.”
She added that she is “very happy” to “take back control” and “put herself out there again.”
Elsewhere, Sophie, originally from New Zealand, said she was on the island to “find a connection.”
“You have to be on your guard to really feel the authenticity or it’s not true, so you have to follow your gut,” she said.
Model Ziara Rae (left), DJ Sophie Blackley (second from left), occupational therapist Molly O’Halloran (right) join the show. Abbie Chatfield (second from right) is hosting
It comes after host Abbie Chatfield, who is a vocal feminist, said the show isn’t pretending to be a “feminist documentary,” after receiving backlash for hosting it.
Despite the show’s premise being that the men have to convince the women that they aren’t players — even if they secretly are — Abbie told The Daily Telegraph that it’s actually a “feminist” TV show.
However, she also said it’s not trying to be something it’s not, and it’s certainly not a serious show about feminism.
“We’re not The Bachelor of Love Island, and we’re not pretending to be a political documentary about feminism,” she said.
“But in terms of reality shows and the scope of that, it’s pretty feminist as we’re constantly calling out the FBoys and the women are in control.”
The 27-year-old media personality added that it is not a serious show and that the people who object should not watch it
Abbie said that unlike other dating shows, it will lean on the humor of the situation while also shouting “F boys” and “keeping the women in control.”
The media personality, 27, added that the people who object to the show should not watch it.
She previously received backlash from a number of people, including fellow Bachelor star Laura Byrne, for hosting the show while being a feminist.
It comes after Chatfield was questioned by some fans who called out the show for needing more height following a question on the application asking about the weight of the contestants.
As the new host encouraged curvier women to sign up for the show, more shocking questions came to light from the application form.
While her Instagram followers flocked to apply, some were shocked to discover they were being asked to indicate how many people they’d slept with.
The radio host agreed it’s an inappropriate question, but couldn’t explain why it was there, saying she didn’t have the “power” to change it.