In episode one, we saw Nadia arrive in London to begin her radio tour for her new single BPM.
She took on Brighton Pride and the launch of her new calendar before touching down in Ibiza.
There, she got to live the high life on a yacht before the hard gigs began.
“It wasn’t continuous filming. It took 10 months to get it [the documentary] done. Being on tour isn’t as glamorous as people think. I nearly had to cancel the show in Ibiza because of illness”, says the Dubliner, who will be 26 in early May and who is half Italian.
“I was in Milan and Lake Como last year. I didn’t go back to where my family is from — Frosinone up in the mountains. It’s very isolated. A lot of Italians in Ireland come from the same region — there must have been something in the water!”
Her Italian heritage is on her mother’s side but the model has been open about having a difficult relationship with her mother. Asked what her own parenting aim would be if she were to be a mother, she says: “Just commitment — realising a child is there for life. But kids for me are a long way away. I’m looking forward to having 100% unconditional love for a partner and being there for a child 150%.”
After her stint in the I’m a Celebrity jungle, Nadia was invited on reality dating shows but she declined. “There’s nothing wrong with it but it wouldn’t suit me. I’d be way too stressed out. You need to keep some things for yourself and you don’t know what’s going to happen when you’re dating someone.”
Nadia was voted one of the world’s sexiest women in lads’ magazine FHM last year. And she’s billed to be the top Irish woman in the poll this year. “I don’t take it too seriously. They haven’t seen me with no make-up on, with my hair tied up and in my pyjamas. I don’t see myself like that and neither do my friends.”
I’m getting better. I’m not someone who loves the gym or who gets a huge kick out of working out. I do it because I have to. I have Italian heritage, I’m a curvy woman.
I work out as I want to feel my best in skimpy outfits and swimwear — it’s more for that than weight loss. I also do it for energy. After an hour in the gym I’m wide awake. As hard as it is, it’s worth it.
I’m trying to be as dairy-free as possible at the moment. In the morning, I have eggs or a smoothie or maybe porridge. Lunch is a smoothie or a salad. Dinner is fish.
I had a big blow-out on Easter Sunday. I love pizza and pancakes. I have a really sweet tooth: my favourite is chocolate and a cup of tea.
A lot of things — work, being alone, travelling and being in hotels. I miss friends but a lot of them live in different time zones so, no matter where I am, there’s always someone awake.
Just chilling out with my friends, staying in bed all day, going for a walk or not doing my hair or make-up.
Jay Z and Beyoncé would be pretty cool. So would Michael Jackson, if we could bring him back from the dead. I’d love to invite Oprah and Liam Neeson — I love him. I’d go for Conor McGregor, the boxer. I’ve met him a few times. He’s funny.
I love the men’s aftershave Creed. I’m going to get some for my brother, Stephen.
I’d like a smaller bum.
Last night, just a few tears.
Lying and laziness.
I could be a bit more trusting. I’m a bit of a cynic.
Yeah, I do actually. In London, I found a church, but it’s not like I’d be going to mass every week, but definitely at Christmas and big celebrations. I light candles if I know someone’s ill — I’d rather do that than go through a whole mass.
Just a lovely text message. I always like a nice, supportive text message.