Abigail Clancy born in Liverpool, England, Abigail Clancy formed girl band Genie Queen, who were managed by 1980s popstar Andy McCluskey from Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark (OMD). The highlight of their career was supporting boyband Blue on tour. The group did not secure a record deal and fell apart.
Abigail Clancy in the summer of 2006, the second cycle of Living TV's Britain's Next Top Model hit United Kingdom (UK) screens and Abigail Clancy featured as one of the thirteen finalists in the competition, competing over 10 weeks for a modeling contract.
Abigail Clancy since appearing on the show (Britain's Next Top Model), Abigail Clancy has modeled for Maxim (December 2006), Nuts (November 2006), OK!, GQ (August 2006), The Sun, the Daily Star, Sugar, Stars on Sunday and numerous other publications. In 2006, Abigail Clancy has graced the front cover of FHM magazine three times (December 2006, November 2007, and October 2008) and even been featured in FHM Australia.
On May 2007, Abigail Clancy appeared on the front cover of Arena magazine, modeled the Triumph Bonneville Motorbike in the Daily Mail newspaper and was ranked 37th in FHM magazine's annual 100 sexiest women in the world poll of 2007. On 2009, Abigail Clancy had moved up to 12th in FHM magazine's annual 100 sexiest women in the world poll.
Abigail Clancy has appeared as a talking head in the documentaries Slave to Fashion and The Ultimate Bikini Guide for Channel 4, as a guest on programmes such as Richard and Judy, The Chris Moyles Show, Friday Night with Jonathan Ross, GMTV and in her own Reality TV series Abbey and Janice: Beauty and the Best which followed her attempts to break the Los Angeles modeling scene with Janice Dickinson as her mentor. The show aired from 14 May to 18 June 2007 on Living TV and also followed her as she walked the runway for Christian Audigier's Ed Hardy fashion line. In 2008, the series aired on the United State (US) channel Oxygen.
Abigail Clancy featured in the third series of Hell's Kitchen. Abigail Clancy was the third contestant to be voted off the show by the public, and the fifth to leave overall.
On 2007 and 2008, Abigail Clancy endorsed EuroMillons lottery, modeled for Lynx in a major print and television advertising campaign. Abigail Clancy also released her first official calendar. In 2009, she worked on a campaign promoting Pepsi Max in the United Kingdom (UK).
On 10 May 2009, Abigail Clancy featured on Chris Moyles' Quiz Night alongside Patsy Kensit. She won the night's quiz and was the overall winner of the series.
Abigail Clancy also co-hosted the ITV2 series, The Fashion Show with model Michelle de Swarte and George Lamb. Her cousin Chloe Cummings, made the top 13 contestants in the fifth cycle of Britain's Next Top Model, of which Abigail Clancy herself was a guest in episode 8, being the first ex-contestant from the Top Model franchise to appear on the judging panel.
On 22 December 2009, Clancy appeared as a "contestant" on a spoof version of Blind Date as part of an episode of Alan Carr: Chatty Man in which Cilla Black was a guest.
According to the News of the World Abigail Clancy has been chosen to appear in Sports Illustrated magazine in the 2010 swimsuit edition.