There's no stopping model and DJ Vogue Williams on her quest for stardom, with the Fade Street star tipped to land a new presenting role with RTE.
The Diary can reveal station bosses are hoping to unite the catwalk queen with fellow model Daniella Moyles to host their own series this summer.
The show will be modelled on a programme hosted by Kathryn Thomas last year, called The Festival Roadshow, and will see the high-profile beauties travel to events and festivals across the country.
The girls will concentrate on music festivals including Slane, Oxegen and Electric Picnic but will also take in other events such as comedy festivals.
Daniella (22) explained how their proposal had been sent in to the powers-that-be in RTE for consideration, but insists nothing has been confirmed to date.
"We have a proposal in for a show that involves filming from festivals around Ireland," Daniella explained. "It would be myself and Vogue presenting it together. It's only at the proposal stage at the moment but fingers crossed we'll be successful."
The brunette beauty went on to explain how her other TV project , Bulletin TV, alongside RTE presenter Aidan Power looks set to be recommissioned.
Daniella will begin filming the next instalment of the adventure show in early May, once she has completed her second-year exams at the National University of Galway next month.
"It's all looking good for another series. We're hoping to spend the summer months travelling around Europe filming," she explained.
"I can't wait to get back on the road. It sounds really sad, but I hope that I don't have time to do any personal holidaying over the summer because I'll be so busy working," she laughed.
Vogue is to make a temporary move to Liverpool at the end of April to begin rehearsals for her new theatre production, Blow Up The Liffey Bridges.
The Diary spotted the Howth beauty's Fade Street co-star Cici Cavanagh among the well known faces who stepped out to last night's DIT Alfa Romeo fashion show at Vicar Street.
Yummy mummy-to-be Sarah McGovern was also in attendance alongside her friend and model agent Andrea Roche, who was scouting for male talent to add to her books, given that she has contracts for two new male models available.
Meanwhile, Aoife Cogan was joining Vogue this morning to model Warehouse's summer fashions.