Vogue Williams will front a new reality television show in which contestants choose whether or not they want to undergo surgery after seeing how they’ll look like after surgery.
Vogue Williams has been defending her controversial reality show on television about plastic surgery since the idea has been labeled “horrific” prior to when it been broadcast.
The 36-year old fronts Send Nudes: Body SOS that is at channel 4 beginning on August 31, and will be following contestants as they choose whether they want to undergo surgery.
In order to help them make the life-changing choice to make the life-changing decision, they are shown what they might be as if they followed the right procedures.
The avatars of contestants are shot by using cameras that cover 360 degrees and take pictures of all their bodies.
After learning about the risks of surgery from a group of experts, it’s up to the surgeons whether they would like to proceed with the procedure or not.
While Irish presenter Vogue is married to former Spencer Matthews, the Made In Chelsea star Spencer Matthews, said she’s “really delighted” to be the host of the show’s new five-part series the show has already been called “horrific” by viewers.
When Vogue posted a video of a teaser clip for the new show on Instagram. one user left a comment: “Wow what a horrific awful concept for the show.”
Some however were enthusiastic for the new program in the form of one tweet: “Can’t wait!” Another wrote: “Yeeey! I really love it. I can’t wait to see it”.
“Best new information that I’ve heard in a while,” a third wrote.
In announcing how the show will be run, the mother-of-three defends the program in a statement to the latest publication: “It’s about people who aren’t happy with the body part they’re unhappy with and are considering having surgery.
“People attend the show because we’re a last-stop for them before they decide whether they’ll undergo surgery.“
She also said: “Our panel of experts are available to offer the most thoughtful suggestions to assist contestants in making their own decisions based on their own knowledge.”
When asked how she felt regarding cosmetic surgery Vogue revealed that plastic surgery “isn’t something that should be dismissed lightly” and that people must be sure to conduct their study.
After appearing on various shows involving plastic surgery over the last few seasons, Vogue revealed one of the procedures that people aren’t satisfied with after surgery is nose job.
But boob-jobs – particularly reductions in breasts – are said to make people feel the most joyful according to the television presenter.
The show’s teaser trailer gives viewers a sneak peek of what’s coming in the series, Vogue said there is one woman whose boobs don’t seem to grow any more.
The woman felt constantly sore, and also suffer from back pain. she described as “looked awfully painful”.
Although she had previously said she’d go under the knife “one one day”, Vogue admitted she has recently changed her opinion.
“Just watching the process unfold I was not sure whether I would ever proceed with the idea,” she told Hello! magazine.
“To to do that to myself, if there’s not specifically a medical reason I’m not sure it’s likely take place.”