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Will Brogue reality TV show end in tears?

JESSICA Simpson and Nick Lachey started the trend with their hit reality series Newlyweds -- but it all ended in tears.

But that hasn't put Brian McFadden and new bride Vogue Williams off, as the couple are set to star in a new reality series documenting the trials and tribulations of their lives.

The series will be similar to Nick and Jessica's MTV programme -- but, hopefully, this one will have a happy ending. Nick and Jessica famously filed for divorce after three seasons of the show between 2002 and 2005.

This fly-on-the-wall show will follow former Westlife star Brian (31) and model Vogue (25) as they begin married life in Sydney.

The series will be produced by Straywave Media; the people responsible for RTE series Fade Street.

While Fade Street, which was cited as an Irish version of The Hills, failed to impress viewers, it did launch Vogue's media career.

In the past, Brian has publically criticised ex-wife Kerry Katona for appearing on reality TV shows, but trusts producer Fade Street producer John Norton completely.



Romantic

John was in Harry's Bar the night Brian and Vogue met and attended the couple's wedding earlier this summer alongside Dannii Minogue and Ronan Keating.

The couple wed in a romantic ceremony on a rooftop terrace in Florence.

Next year is going to be an eventful one for the couple, playfully dubbed 'Brogue'.

Brian is planning on relaunching his music career with an Australian tour with Ronan Keating. The singer is also a judge on hit TV show Australia's Got Talent, in which he stars alongside Dannii.

And Vogue is making a name for herself, too; she appeared on the Australian version of Dancing With The Stars earlier this year and has is now considered a top DJ Down Under.

Producers are hoping that if the three-minute 'sizzle reel' gets picked up, it could not only air in Australia, but in the UK and Ireland as well.

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