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Taking to Instagram, the former reality star revealed she'd forgotten to pack undies for the event, which was set to kick off in a few hours.
"I’ve forgotten undies...I have to run down to the Cotton On Body in the Oasis and I have to get f**king un– I have no undies, I have no undies," Abbie shared with her followers, clearly shocked by her mistake with the caption "Logies drama" written alongside the video.
Once the newly announced Masked Singer Australia judge arrived on the red carpet, things went much smoother, with the star looking stunning in her show-stopping silver Con Ilio dress.
The glittering, figure-hugging gown was teamed with a feather cape.
Abbie's friends and followers loved the outfit with her boyfriend Konrad Bien-Stephen commenting on an Instagram post, "You look AMAZING."
"EPICCCCCCCCCCCC," podcaster Sarah Davidson commented, while former MAFS star Davina Manuel added, "UN-BELIEVABLE."
Big Brother's Tully Smyth wrote, "Queen. Obsessed. Killed it."
Many others wrote that it was "iconic" while one user wrote that Abbie was "legit the only reason I'm watching [The Logies] tonight".
Later in the night, Abbie, who is celebrating her 27th birthday today, shared a snap from bed, writing, "It’s officially my bday. Do I go to the after party or go to sleep? Comment ur vote."
Beauty and the Geek's Lachy Mansell commented, "I’m heading to the after party and will be highly disappointed if you didn’t make an appearance."
"Can I wear my robe?" she responded, with Lachy responding, "We won't judge you if you do."
MAFS' Martha Kalifatidis and Mitch Churi both commented that the reality star should get some sleep, while many others said she should party.
"The old Abbie would go to the after party..." one user commented.
On her Instagram Stories, Abbie shared that she compromised and said she was going to have a nap before going to the afterparty where she wore a dress from her own label Verbose.
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