She’s making moves.
Vogue Williams has teased that she will be appearing in a new TV show this summer.
Making a return to our screens, Vogue rose to fame during her time on Fade Street, before competing on Bear Grylls: Mission Survive and presenting on the talent show The Big Deal.
Revealing all about her new show, Vogue told RSVP Magazine: “TV is going quite well for me, I’m as busy as a bee! I have a new show coming out in August on E4 which I can’t wait for.”
It was announced in November that the mum of three would be hosting a new series on E4 called Send Nudes, with the channel describing it as a show for “people with very personal body hang-ups, the opportunity to look into the possible future, via 3D animated avatars, to show them an ideal of what they could look like if they went ahead with their desire for cosmetic surgery”.
Vogue also revealed that she had two more “very exciting” projects she was working on, saying: “One has actually been commissioned and we will be filming during the summer, so that’s great.”
Vogue recently announced that she and Joanne McNally are planning to record a special live episode of their podcast My Therapist Ghosted Me from Electric Picnic.
The duo are set to take on the main stage at the festival on Sunday, September 4th.
Revealing the big news on the latest episode of their podcast, Joanne said: “Vogue and I, My Therapist Ghosted Me, will be doing the main stage at Electric Picnic on the Sunday. God knows what it will be but anyway.”
Joanne said: “We’re doing kind of lunch-time vibes so it’ll be very chilled,” while Vogue explained: “I’m going to rent a bus and I’m going to ask for like ten tickets for my friends. Even Spenny wants to come, everyone wants to go.
“We’re going to put a lot of effort into this one [show]. It has to be bells and whistles.”