Saturday 24 February 2018

Vogue Williams too hung over to appear on TV following eviction from Dancing With The Stars

Vogue Williams
Brian McFadden with Vogue Williams, who has relocated to Australia to be with him. Photo: Getty Images

Independent.ie reporters

VOGUE Williams appears to have picked up some bad habits from her fiancée Brian McFadden.

The model admitted she was too hung over to talk to the media yesterday morning after her eviction from Dancing With The Stars in Australia the night before.



Williams, who describes herself as an international DJ, was evicted by the public vote from Dancing with the Stars on Sunday night. The former Fade Street star said: “I’ve made so many friends from this show which is lovely as I’ve just moved here from Ireland, I didn’t have many, so this has been great!”



It appears though that Vogue hit the tiles with some of her new Aussie mates after her eviction, and was worse for wear the following morning.



She missed dozens of interviews the next day, and failed to keep to the terms of her contract with the Seven network Down Under, which obliges evicted contestants to talk to TV and radio stations the morning after they are voted off the show.



According to reports in Australian papers, she failed to surface for a 7.30 am car that was sent to collect her for an appearance on Australia’s premier breakfast show The Morning Show. The presenter of the Daytime TV show Kylie Gillies admitted on air that Williams was missing in action. The model turned DJ was uncontactable for the morning and finally took calls from reporters and admitted: “"I should not have gone out after the show ... it was really unprofessional."



It was reported in the Aussie press that she had partied with McFadden in a popular nightclub Mon Bijou until the early hours of Monday morning.



Williams spoke to Aussie Confidential later that evening and said she still hoped to receive her full appearance fee – despite not fulfilling all the obligations of her contract.



She admitted on Twitter: "I'm so sorry I missed my media commitments and let so many people down this morning." She later added: "It was bad and unprofessional, it's the first and last time it will ever happen. I'm not an unprofessional person."



According to a spokesperson for Seven network the only other time a contestant failed to do an interview following an eviction from Dancing With The Stars was in 2008 when the contestant’s phone was flat.

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