Abbie Chatfield QUITS radio to focus on her TV career and personal life after spending time in a Thai health retreat for burnout and work addiction

Abbie Chatfield QUITS radio to focus on her TV career

The 28-year-old is leaving the demanding job to concentrate on her podcast, her burgeoning television career. Her personal life despite the popularity of her Hit Network show Hot Nights with Abbie Chatfield.

It happens just one month after the former Bachelor star. Who suffered from burnout brought on by a dependency on work, spent time at a Thai wellness resort.

Abbie declared her resignation from radio in an Instagram post, saying she was “glad” with her choice and excited about the future.

I just need to focus my efforts on things. That make me happy and give me energy, not things that drain me, she said.

Also, I’m looking forward to socializing with my loved ones. Every time a bonus.

The Masked Singer judge also stated that she wanted to clear a space at the table for rising stars in the radio profession.

It’s also time to give the opportunity to someone else who would benefit and enjoy it more than I would. I am quite busy, and everyday radio takes up a lot of my time. In that environment, I was just not having fun on a daily basis,’ she claimed.

Abbie emphasized that the choice to terminate the show was entirely her own, and she insisted that the network will continue to carry her podcast.

Also, she intends to continue hosting Fridayz Live and Australian Made.

Rohan Edwards, the co-host of Abbie’s Hot Nights, abruptly left the show in April for unspecified reasons.

At the time, a Southern Cross Australia spokeswoman stated that Edwards was leaving the company to focus on his own initiatives and would not get involved in rumors that he was at odds with Chatfield.

But a week after leaving, he posted a cryptic message on Instagram that appeared to corroborate rumors of animosity between the two and took aim at those who were trying to stop him.

Abbie Chatfield QUITS radio to focus on her TV career

In a message that many Instagram sleuths felt was directed at Abbie, the broadcaster and DJ shared a meme that read, “Quit hanging out with individuals who don’t want you to win.”

Max Corstorphan, the original executive producer of Hot Nights, had been followed out the door by Edwards. Corstorphan was later replaced by Brooke Taylor, a new EP.Abbie’s shot at The Hit Network received a ton of attention and received high ratings, which led some to believe that she might be promoted to a coveted breakfast radio role.

Abbie Chatfield QUITS radio to focus on her TV career and personal life after spending time in a Thai health retreat for burnout and work addiction

The 28-year-old is leaving the demanding job to concentrate on her podcast, her burgeoning television career, and her personal life despite the popularity of her Hit Network show Hot Nights with Abbie Chatfield.

It happens just one month after the former Bachelor star, who suffered from burnout brought on by a dependency on work, spent time at a Thai wellness resort.

Abbie declared her resignation from radio in an Instagram post.

Saying she was “glad” with her choice and excited about the future. I just need to focus my efforts on things that make me happy and give me energy, not things that drain me, she said.

Despite the popularity of her Hit Network program Hot Nights with Abbie Chatfield, the 28-year-old is quitting the demanding job to devote more time to her personal life and other endeavors.

‘I’m also looking forward to hanging out with my family and friends,’ you say. Every time a bonus.

The Masked Singer judge also stated that she wanted to clear a space. At the table for rising stars in the radio profession.

It’s also time to give the opportunity to someone else who would benefit and enjoy it more than I would. I am quite busy, and everyday radio takes up a lot of my time. In that environment, I was just not having fun on a daily basis,’ she claimed.

Despite the popularity of her Hit Network program Hot Nights.

With Abbie Chatfield, 28, is quitting her demanding job to devote more time to her personal life and other endeavors.

‘I’m also looking forward to hanging out with my family and friends,’ you say. Every time a bonus.

The Masked Singer judge also stated that she wanted to clear a space at the table. For rising stars in the radio profession.

It’s also time to give the opportunity to someone else who would benefit and enjoy it more than I would. I am quite busy, and everyday radio takes up a lot of my time. In that environment, I was just not having fun on a daily basis,’ she claimed.

Abbie Chatfield QUITS radio to focus on her TV career

She told her Instagram followers, “I simply need to put my energy into tasks. That offer me joy and that revitalise me, rather than draining me.”

Rohan Edwards, the co-host of Abbie’s Hot Nights, abruptly left the show in April for unspecified reasons.

A Southern Cross Australia spokeswoman reported Edwards at the time.

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