Vogue 'delighted' as Wild Girls set for British TV
Vogue Williams will be hitting UK TV screens next month after her documentary series was picked up by a top British channel.
The Dubliner impressed critics with her hard-hitting documentary series Wild Girls on RTE 2, which saw her meet some of America's toughest female prisoners and attend a sex club.
The 30-year-old model said she was thrilled when the show was picked up by TLC in the UK, as it will help build her profile across the water.
"TLC bought Wild Girls, and I am delighted - because I did want to have stuff on air in the UK," Vogue told the Herald.
"They took another episode, so it is going to be a four-part series and it will air on April 20."
Vogue is also looking forward to filming the second instalment of her Wild Girls series in May, after it was recommissioned by RTE2.
This time around, Vogue will be touching on a range of subjects, including homelessness and addiction.
Following the breakdown of her marriage to Brian McFadden last summer, the model is footloose and fancy-free - and has nobody in her life yet, she said.
"I'm in a really good spot and happy to be on my own, which I think weirds people out.
"But I've been in relationships for 11 years now, so it's nice to have a bit of 'me time'."
She will be in New York today to celebrate St Patrick's Day with friends.