It’s great news for budding tv star Vogue Williams after RTE re-commissioned her documentary series ‘Wild Girls’.
The model will be back on our television screens on RTE2 in the autumn after her initial three-part series was deemed a hit by critics and viewers alike.
According to the Herald, Vogue will return with a new stand alone ‘pop doc’ series, where she will tackle new subjects. In the first three episodes, the Howth native interviewed female offenders in prison, became a sparring partner for a female MMA fighter and attended a swingers party and sex clubs.
One episode we can expect to see later this year will be based on addiction, and we have no doubt Vogue will treat the subject matter with the sensitivity and tact it requires.
The 29-year-old’s career in broadcasting has gone from strength to strenght since she starred in reality show Fade Street. As well as working for RTE series Reality Bites, she was crowned champ in Bear Grylls show Mission Survive, before her latest popular doc series hit our screens.
This latest news about getting re-commisioned will likely be a boost for the star, who recently admitted to VIP that since her marriage breakdown to Brian McFadden, she’s felt slightly loss.
“My head’s all over the place. I feel like I don’t have a goal. Everything that I wanted is sort of gone,” she told us. “I wanted to be married and I wanted to have kids for so long and now that’s sort of gone, and I’m like, ‘What do I do now?’
“I’m trying to figure out where I’m going with my life, and that causes a lot of anxiety.”
Make sure to read the interview in full in this month’s magazine, out now.