Yewande Biala might have made a name for herself in the Love Island villa, but soon she will be back in the limelight, as the Dubliner has teased a new project.
Opening up on her Instagram stories, Yewande was asked if she had any new ventures in the works. To which she replied: “This project took everything out of me I stepped out of my comfort zone! Took that security blanket off! Not going to lie I get scared anything I think about it I’ve been sitting on this for a while! Think I can announce towards the end of the year.”
While we don’t have many clues as to what she is working on, the influencer did share a snap of herself in what appeared to be a sound studio. So perhaps a podcast is coming our way? Or maybe some music?
While we don’t know what project she will be announcing, we are patiently awaiting the arrival of her new Channel 4 documentary.
The reality star, originally trained as a biochemist, joins one in eight other women who have never had an orgasm.
Described as a documentary, Secrets of The Female Orgasm, follows Yewande as she meets other women, scientists and therapists to hear their stories, research and advice. She will attempt to learn everything there is to know about female orgasms in the hope of having her own.
Yewande was brought up as a strict Catholic and as a result struggled with shame and anxiety around sex and it wasn’t until the age of 19 or 20 that she found out women could have orgasms.
Now she’s on her own journey, while helping other young women discover all about orgasms.
The 28-year-old also opened up about the possibility of releasing more books.
Last year she released her first book, Reclaiming: Essays on Finding Yourself One Piece at a Time, to critical acclaim and positive reviews from fans.
But while she is proud of her work, and wants to continue writing, books are her focus at the minute, hoping to focus on a different medium.
“As much as I wanna say no, that would be a lie. I remember my editor telling me how much I would miss it when I was so stressed and I laughed. But she was right I’ve been thinking about writing for a while but I wanna do more thought provoking articles rather than books. That stress is something I can’t explain. Huge respect to authors WHO WRITE and release books every 2 years,” she told Instagram followers.