Vogue Williams is an Irish model, television and radio personality, best known for participating in Dancing with the Stars and Stepping Out and for winning the 2015 series of Bear Grylls: Mission Survive. Her career began on 11 November 2010 in an Irish TV series Fade Street, a version of The Hills which follows the lives of 4 Irish girls in Dublin. The episodes focused on Vogue‘s work at Stellar Magazine, learning to act and her passion for DJ’ing.
On 15 April 2012 Williams participated in the twelfth series of Dancing with the Stars in Australia partnered with Christopher Page. They were the third couple to be eliminated from the competition on 6 May 2012. In 2013, Williams and Brian McFadden took part in the ITV celebrity dancing competition Stepping Out. The couple finished in second place.
On 4 February 2015, Williams was confirmed to be participating in the ITV reality series Bear Grylls: Mission Survive which started airing on 20 February 2015, she won the show on 3 April 2015, beating Kelly Holmes and Mike Tindall. In December 2015, Williams appeared alongside Brian McFadden in a celebrity episode of Catchphrase. On 21 June 2016, she was a guest panellist on an episode of Loose Women. On October 30–31, 2016 she was a guest on Celebrity Haunted Hotel on W.
Williams presented her own four-part series called Vogue Williams – On the Edge, in which she investigated issues affecting the lives of fellow Millennials for example drugs, social anxiety, gender dysmorphia and the obsessiveness for the body beautiful. She was due to take part in the fourth series of The Jump on Channel 4 in February 2017 however she had to pull out due to an injury sustained whilst training. She was replaced by Amy Willerton.
She currently presents her own radio show called Houseparty on SPIN 1038, a radio channel in Dublin. On 4 June 2017, in the wake of terrorist attacks in Manchester and London, Williams wrote an opinion piece for Sunday World entitled Internment camps are grim necessity, which called for the establishment of internment camps for the detention without trial of 3,000 extremists living in the UK.
To book Vogue Williams to make a personal appearance at your next corporate event, function or conference, contact the Champions Speakers agency by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling a booking agent directly on 0207 1010 553.
When at corporate events, Vogue is known to cover the following topics:
- TV & Radio
- British Media
- Bear Grylls: Mission Survive
- Dealing With Pressure