“Fade Street”, Ireland's answer to the L.A. reality show “The Hills” debuted last night on RTE. The new reality drama follows four twenty-somethings living their daily lives in Dublin.
As part of the new series, the young Irish women with various career goals moved into a house together on Dublin's Fade St. in the hopes of making it in the city. The fly-on-the-wall series follows Vogue, Louise, Danielle and Cici through the daily trials of their lives
The girls were given coveted internships in conjunction with the show which filmed the girls for up to 12 hours a day.
The stars include, Vogue Williams who is 23 and works as a model, DJ and actress. She has worked with a number of Ireland’s top modeling agencies. Viewers can expect to see Vogue balance her modeling life with her DJ talents on the show. The Howth stunner performed at the Oxegen music festival during the summer.
Louise Johnston is an economics student from Clonskeagh. She has worked as a nightclub hostess in Dublin’s popular club Krystle but has since moved on to a role in the Grafton Lounge. She has a strong personality and sources say fans will either love or hate her. She has been described as the shows resident singleton.
Cici Kavanagh is the youngest in the house at 19-years of age. The teenager is a fine art student, DJ and club promoter from Palmerstown in Dublin. She also models with First Option agency. She is studying in the Dublin Institute of Technology for her art degree and works as a DJ part time.
The only non-Dubliner, Danielle Robinson is from Wexford. The 21-year-old body piercer has been compared to “The Hills” Audrina Patridge, as viewers are to become familiar with her equivalent of Justin Bobby. The brunette also models with Bscene the Agency. Fans will have a job keeping up with her love life as reports say she likes having men around her constantly.
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