Filipino-British supermodel and former host of Asia’s Next Top Model Georgina Wilson confirmed her five-month pregnancy in an exclusive interview to E! News Asia’s Raymond Gutierrez. Georgina’s journey to motherhood while balancing her A-List showbiz career will be documented on E! Asia’s brand new original reality series – It Girls – premiering in October on E!
“It was such as surprise, I mean I can’t even emphasize enough how much of a shock it was for me because I found out a few weeks ago that I was four months pregnant,” said Georgina, “I was working out so hard and dieting so hard and I just couldn’t understand why I had a pouch… like a little tummy.”
“Our heartiest congratulations to Georgina and Arthur,” said Scott Mackenzie, VP, Channels, Asia, NBCUniversal International Networks and Executive Producer of It Girls, “We can’t wait for viewers to find out the baby’s gender when the series airs.”
Billed as Sex and the City-meets-Keeping Up With The Kardashians, It Girls follows four celebrity friends –Solenn Heussaff,Isabelle Daza, Liz Uy and Georgina – who are living the high life in the exclusive upper echelons of the Philippines’ sensational showbiz scene. With over 17 million social media followers between them, the fabulous four are giving fans an all-access look at their glamorous and aspirational lives – from #FitnessGoals and #SquadGoals to #TravelGoals and #WeddingGoals.
The series is anchoring E!’s I Heart PinoyMonday block from October and is a testament to the network’s commitment to developing high-quality, buzzworthy original Asian productions.
“E! has established a tremendously successful track record for original programming in Asia and It Girls is a natural next step for us,” said Scott, “With our first original production It Takes Gutz To Be A Gutierrez continuing to expand its ratings success in markets like Singapore and Malaysia, we are confident that the storylines and personalities on It Girls will also appeal to viewers across the region.”
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