The pair are battling it out over the award for Best Sex and Relationships Podcast, with all eyes on the former reality co-stars following their very public ‘slut-shaming’ row.
Abbie’s It’s a Lot podcast is a first-time nominee as it goes up against the Life Uncut podcast hosted by Brittany and Laura Byrne.
Other nominees for the category include, Sex Therapy: Sessions with Chantelle Otten, Talking Frank, The Hook Up and What To Expect When You’re Injecting.
Abbie, 28, locked horns with the Life Uncut podcast host, 35, in December last year, after she accused Brittany of slut-shaming her on live radio.
Chatfield became enraged when she found out that Brittany had joked about her dating life while interviewing American rapper Yung Gravy on KIIS FM back in November last year.
While Brittany’s then co-host Kyle Sandilands was the one leading the conversation, Abbie said Britt was complicit in his ‘misogyny’ by refusing to speak up.
Brittany publicly apologised, but Abbie called the gesture insufficient and said it only demonstrated Brittany’s ‘internalised misogyny.’
She also scolded Britt for not standing up to her co-host Kyle when he said Yung Gravy would need to ‘line up’ if he wanted to date her.
Brittany posted a statement on Instagram after the interview went to air in which she apologised for her involvement in the interview.
Brittany added that she had always been an advocate for female empowerment.
‘I want to apologise for the undercurrent misogynistic tones the interview had,’ she began.
‘The nature of live radio is unpredictable and often unplanned, which was the case with the direction the conversation took. Live on radio I found myself in a position where Abbie and I were pitted against each other.’
Abbie complained about Brittany during her podcast in the wake of the incident.
She told listeners that having co-starred with Brittany on the Bachelor in Paradise dating show in 2020 she was not ‘surprised’ by her comments.