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Wednesday 15 August 2018

Farewell to Oz . . . and Brian as Vogue jets back for gigs

TOP model Vogue Williams will be jetting home from Australia later this week.

The Herald can reveal how she will be bidding farewell to new beau Brian McFadden to attend the Sonar music festival in Spain.

Howth beauty Vogue (24) is said to have booked tickets months ago for the three-day festival, which begins on Thursday in Barcelona.

Meanwhile those close to the Assets model insist she has no plans to move Down Under permanently to be with the former Westlife singer, as reported.

"That's ridiculous talk about Vogue staying over there," said a source.

"She's definitely coming back this week, as she's been planning to go to Sonar with her friends since February.

"It's a big electronic music and audiovisual art festival. She's been really excited about it for months, so there's no chance of her backing out.

"She's also due back to work in the next couple of weeks. She has her DJ-ing gig at Andrew's Lane Theatre, her Phantom radio show, she's DJ-ing at Oxegen in July and has a couple of other projects coming up.







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"I'm sure she'll go back over for another visit soon, but there's no way she'd just drop everything and move there on a whim," they said.

Vogue is also believed to have been signed up as one of the contestants on the new series of RTE's Celebrity Bainisteoir.

Montrose bosses are said to have approached her before she jetted off to Oz last month. Vogue can also look forward to another spell in the limelight when the music video for her new beau's hip hop track, Come Party, is released.

She will star in it alongside the virtually unknown rapper Lavay Cole, with McFadden hoping the song will boost his ailing music career.

He and Vogue have been dating for almost two months after meeting at Krystle nightclub in Dublin.

It has even been reported that McFadden (31), who announced his split with fiancee Delta Goodrem earlier this year, is so smitten with the Fade Street star that he is preparing to go down on one knee.

lnolan@herald.ie

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