Last Friday night, the property analyst— who recently admitted she's been crying for four months straight since being dumped during the season finale— broke down on The Project after Channel 10 forced her into an uncomfortable confrontation with Matt and Chelsie. The network had planned for Abbie's interview to be filmed mere metres away from where the couple was sitting.
With one clear glass window separating Abbie from her ex-boyfriend and his current girlfriend, the 23-year-old went into a state of panic when she looked over her shoulder and saw the loved up couple holding hands while being interviewed by Nova 9.69's Fitzy and Wippa.
"I don't want to weird you out right now but they are in that studio over there," Smallzy told Abbie before she awkwardly responded, "that's alright."
However, it was clear by the look in her eyes she was far from ok. Unable to look away, the runner up finally turned back to the camera and said, "holy f**k. That is the most horrible thing I have ever experienced in my life."
Matt and Chelsie were also alerted that Abbie was in the studio, with the Bachelor revealing that he spotted Abbie from afar, however swiftly avoided an awkward run-in.
You can watch Abbie's devastating reaction below.
After what was no doubt one of her toughest interviews to date, Abbie was reduced to tears once again when Kyle Sandilands decided it was an apt opportunity to tell her about the first time Matt and Chelsie had sex.
"Get over him," Kyle told Abbie. "Because I asked those two this morning what the sex was like. They were on a couch in a hotel in South Africa making out and feeling each other, and then he lifted her up and took her to the bedroom, took all his clothes off and inserted himself... You need to move on as well."
After a brief moment of silence, Abbie could be heard crying on the other end of the phone.
"She didn't need to hear that," Jackie O said to which Abbie replied, "Umm... sorry."
"Good one, Kyle," Jackie said awkwardly as the radio shock jock desperately tried to defend himself by saying: "It happened months ago!"
After Abbie hung up, Kyle appeared to feel horrible about the conversation, admitting: I didn't mean to make her cry. I was trying to help her get over it… In hindsight, you're right. I don't like when girls cry."