Vogue Williams and Joanne McNally release iconic single for charity


These gals are on fire!

Yes, Vogue Williams, along with the help of friend and podcast co-host Joanne McNally have only gone and released a single.

The single, entitled Good Girls was first recorded over 10 years ago by Vogue herself while she was living in Australia and going out with Brian McFadden.

However, it slowly resurfaced earlier this year when Vogue and Joanne began playing the original single for fans during their My Therapist Ghosted Me live shows.


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Now it looks like she’s taking the track and using it for a good cause as the podcaster announced that all proceeds from their newly released song will be going to UNICEF Ireland and UNICEF UK.

Taking to Instagram to announce the news, Vogue said: “As heard at the MTGM Live show, the ghosted anthem ‘GOOD GIRLS’ is finally available to download.

“‘Singing’ by Vogue Williams, ‘bongos’ by Joanne McNally,” she added.

“Song written and produced by someone who wishes to remain anonymous as they have ‘gone in a different direction’,” Vogue joked.


During the live shows, Joanne even slagged Vogue over the song’s hilarious lyrics, which include: “I’m a bad girl, I’m just trying to be me.”

We’re obsessed.

So what do we think…Christmas No.1?

You can have a listen here and decide for yourself.

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