Abbie Chatfield had to come to terms after fans quizzed her about “height inclusiveness” for the new show

Abbie Chatfield is answering a series of questions from her fans interested in running for the lead role on new matchmaking show FBoy Island next year.

The former reality star is set to host the controversial show, and the media personality called Friday to find three leads.

But she was quizzed by a number of fans, who called out the show for considering more height after a question was asked about the contestant’s weight in the application.

Abbie Chatfield is answering a series of questions from her fans interested in running for the lead role on new matchmaking show FBoy Island next year

Abbie Chatfield is answering a series of questions from her fans interested in running for the lead role on new matchmaking show FBoy Island next year

Abbie Chatfield is answering a series of questions from her fans interested in running for the lead role on new matchmaking show FBoy Island next year

“Is this one of those shows that only casts conventionally ‘hot’ people like Love Island, or is it open to literally anyone, regardless of how hard their bodies are?” asked a user.

“I’m really curious because I know you’re all so supportive, so I hope the people doing the casting respect that.”

“I hope they don’t just choose models for this show. I’d be disappointed if they did,” another fan commented, to which someone responded that reality shows “always” hire models for reality shows.

She was questioned by a number of fans, who called out the show for considering more height after a question was asked about the contestants' weight in the application

She was questioned by a number of fans, who called out the show for considering more height after a question was asked about the contestants' weight in the application

She was questioned by a number of fans, who called out the show for considering more height after a question was asked about the contestants’ weight in the application

“Can the female contestants be plus size?” asked a user.

Responding to the above question, Abbie wrote: “Yes of course! Everyone is welcome !! Apply!!!’

As her Instagram followers flocked to the application form, some were shocked to realize they were asked to detail exactly how many people they’d slept with.

The 27-year-old radio host agreed it was an inappropriate question but couldn’t explain why she was standing there, saying she didn’t have the “power” to change it.

Responding to the above question, Abbie wrote:

Responding to the above question, Abbie wrote:

Responding to the above question, Abbie wrote: “Yes of course! Everyone is welcome !! Apply!!!

Abbie Chatfield, 27, (pictured) is set to host Binge's new matchmaking show FBoy Island next year, and the media personality on Friday called for three leading ladies to be found

Abbie Chatfield, 27, (pictured) is set to host Binge's new matchmaking show FBoy Island next year, and the media personality on Friday called for three leading ladies to be found

Abbie Chatfield, 27, (pictured) is set to host Binge’s new matchmaking show FBoy Island next year, and the media personality on Friday called for three leading ladies to be found

“So as you know I’m hosting a new show on Binge next year called FBoy Island. I’m so excited it’s going to be amazing,” Chatfield began her Instagram video.

“But we need to find three women to run this show. We need to find women who are independent, who are strong, who know what they want, who know how to tell a FBoy from a nice guy, and who may have been through the wars a bit because I think that is the best way to tell who’s a FBoy and who’s a nice guy.’

Chatfield went on to explain that there would be 24 guys on the show, including 12 “nice guys” who were there for the “right reasons” and 12 “FBoys” who were just “for the money.”

But as her Instagram followers flocked to the application form, some were shocked to realize they were asked to detail how many people they'd slept with

But as her Instagram followers flocked to the application form, some were shocked to realize they were asked to detail how many people they'd slept with

But as her Instagram followers flocked to the application form, some were shocked to realize they were asked to detail how many people they’d slept with

The radio host agreed it was an inappropriate question but couldn't explain why she was standing there, saying she didn't have the

The radio host agreed it was an inappropriate question but couldn't explain why she was standing there, saying she didn't have the

The radio host agreed it was an inappropriate question but couldn’t explain why she was standing there, saying she didn’t have the “power” to change it

The three women are tasked with sifting through and separating evil from good in order to find love.

While many slammed the show and demanded more height, one fan went through the application process for fun, only to return to Chatfield’s Instagram to share his shocking find.

“May I ask why the application process asks for body count?! I thought we were done with that in 2022,” they wrote.

The Hot Nights with Abbie Chatfield host was quick to respond, saying: “I’m not sure why I’m not doing the actual casting, but I remember not answering that part in my application for Bach, so it’s not such a requirement. I think it’s the same application form for all shows as it sounds.

Hours later, The Masked Singer judge commented again to explain, “I asked the production if we could get rid of it, but was told it’s a document that’s required for all WB shows (bachelor, bachelorette, etc.) . etc.) is.

“It’s standard, so it can’t be changed, much as I’d like. I wish I had the power in the show to change it, but I’m just the host, I can’t control the production or the casting forms/processes, but I totally agree with you.

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One fan went through the application process for fun, only to return to Chatfield's Instagram to share his shocking find.

One fan went through the application process for fun, only to return to Chatfield's Instagram to share his shocking find.

One fan went through the application process for fun, only to return to Chatfield’s Instagram to share his shocking find. “May I ask why the application process asks for body count?! I thought we were done with that in 2022,” they wrote

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The host of Hot Nights with Abbie Chatfield was quick to reply

The host of Hot Nights with Abbie Chatfield was quick to reply

The host of Hot Nights with Abbie Chatfield was quick to reply

The application form provided for FBoy Island goes into great detail, asking questions ranging from shoe size and weight to what makes an applicant angry and what they “love most” about their best friend.

Both men and women are asked how many people they have slept with, although the application form for women goes a step further and asks for the gender of their sexual partners.

Finally, more personal questions are asked about an applicant’s physical and mental health, such as whether they have disabilities, mental illnesses, alcohol addiction, whether they take medication, or whether they see a psychologist regularly.

Both men and women are asked in the application how many people they have slept with, although the application form for women goes a step further and asks for the gender of their sexual partners

Both men and women are asked in the application how many people they have slept with, although the application form for women goes a step further and asks for the gender of their sexual partners

Both men and women are asked in the application how many people they have slept with, although the application form for women goes a step further and asks for the gender of their sexual partners

Source: | Dailymail.co.uk

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