Vogue Williams signs up for next year's The Jump
Vogue Williams has asked bosses of 'The Jump' if she can return to the series next year following her early exit in January
Vogue Williams has already signed up to next year's series of 'The Jump'.
The 31-year-old model was forced to pull out of the winter sports competition a few weeks ago after she injured her right knee but she's not letting her terrible tumble put her off as she's already asked bosses if she can be a part of the line up in January.
Speaking to The Sun Online, the blonde beauty said: "Yes I've already signed up for next series. I can't wait to try again. Having to pull out injured hasn't put me off at all. If anything it's made me more determined to win next time."
The DJ - who was previously married to Brian McFadden - went under the knife last month to transfer part of her hamstring and attach it to her injured right knee.
She said: "Even though I never got to compete officially it was still one of the best experiences of my life. The way I look at it I would be more crazy not to sign up again."
The extreme show, which is shot in Austria, is notorious for leaving celebrity competitors with life-long injuries and came under fire last year after former Olympians Beth Tweddle snapped her back and Rebecca Adlington dislocated her shoulder.
In a bid to limit the amount of injuries this time around, bosses decided the majority of the series would be pre-recorded - except the first and last episode - but it doesn't look like it's gone according to plan as Sir Bradley Wiggins was forced to pull out due to an ankle injury earlier this month while Caprice recently withdrew because of an illness.
Former rugby union player Gareth Thomas also walked away earlier this week - just days before the finale - because of "personal reasons".
A spokeswoman said: "Gareth Thomas has withdrawn due to personal reasons."