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Wednesday 20 September 2017

Magazine pulls plug on Rosie's RTE reality TV

ROSANNA Davison has blamed Playboy and not RTE for pulling the plug on a documentary about her nude shoot for the magazine.

The former Miss World was set to star in a reality series about her decision to strip off for the famous publication.

However, it was dropped at the last minute after Playboy had a change of mind about giving open access to a filming crew.

Some footage of Rosanna (27) and her family had already being taken and she was hoping to explain why she agreed to bare all.

"It's definitely a pity that the documentary couldn't be completed, but ultimately it was out of my hands. I really enjoyed what we did film, and it would have shown some interesting aspects of my life, friends and family. But there may be another opportunity down the line," she told the Diary.

But, despite the setback, the model could yet be appearing on a different form of reality TV.

She has revealed that she has been offered a stint on a top UK reality series and is considering a full time move across the water.

Model pal Georgia Salpa is already planning on moving to London full time to make a name for herself on the back of Celebrity Big Brother and now catwalk queen Rosanna has admitted that she is thinking of doing something similar.

Rosanna admits she would make the move to London if she got offered the right type of show. When asked if she would take part in Celebrity Big Brother herself, the model said she wouldn't rule anything out.

"I was very proud of Georgia and thought she handled herself in Celebrity Big Brother very well amongst all those big personalities. I certainly would never rule it out. But I've been approached to do other UK reality shows, though the timing has never been right.

"If the right opportunity came along I'd definitely consider moving to London. My brother lives in London and so do loads of my friends, so it wouldn't be too difficult a move.

"But I'm very happy living in Ireland since it's easy to fly to so many different places in Europe from here," she explained.

Meanwhile, Rosanna, who has just returned from her annual family holiday to Mauritius, said that she is looking forward to 2012.

"I have lots lined up in terms of work in Europe, starting with the annual Lambertz Chocolate and Fashion show next week, where I'll be modelling one of their specially designed confectionery dresses.

"I just plan to work hard in 2012 and keep up with the workload in my nutrition course, and spend plenty of quality time with family, friends and Wes. Health and happiness come first for me, and everything else is a bonus."

- AR

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