Abbie Chatfield Snacks on a Tim Tam After Feeling Faint at AACTA Awards

Amidst the glitz and glamour of the AACTA red carpet, Abbie Chatfield brought a burst of realness that had reporters buzzing.

With her trademark down-to-earth charm, the media personality didn’t hesitate to grab a Tim Tam, reminding everyone that even under the spotlight, at times we all get hit with snack cravings.

“Babe, I’m actually gonna faint… I haven’t eaten today,” she quipped before diving into the chocolatey goodness.


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Chatfield mingled among a galaxy of stars at Australia’s own version of the Golden Globes.

From Hollywood A-listers like Margot Robbie and Rebel Wilson to homegrown talents like Deborah Mailman, the event was a who’s who of the entertainment world.

“I just wanna sit and I wanna eat,” Mailman laughed when asked what she was most looking forward to at the prestigious event.

Nominated stars like Shantae Barnes-Cowan, Cate Blanchett, and Zar Amir Ebrahimi added to the excitement, showcasing Australia’s rich pool of talent.

Abbie Chatfield tucks into a Tim Tam on the AACTAs red carpet. Credit: BACKCOVERNEWS.COM
Abbie Chatfield tucks into a Tim Tam on the AACTAs red carpet. Credit: BACKCOVERNEWS.COM


“I was up at 7am… it took me hours and hours to get ready,” Barnes-Cowan said. “I’m looking forward to just having fun and appreciating Australian screen and coming together.”

The AACTA Awards honour the cream of the crop in Aussie film and television, recognizing the outstanding contributions of the past year’s finest productions and brightest stars.

AACTA CEO Damian Trewhella summed it up perfectly, “Kudos to all the nominees! Australia’s screen talent is off the charts, and each nod is a testament to the incredible storytelling prowess we bring to the global stage. Here’s to celebrating the magic of our screen industry and the amazing talents that fuel it!”

For the full list of winners CLICK HERE


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