The 31-year-old star did indeed end up injured. She ruptured her anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in her knee after an accident on the slopes on Wednesday.
It has forced the presenter, who will need surgery, to be out of action for three months, as she joins a long list of stars injured on the Channel 4 show.
Speaking to Express.co.uk before her fall, Vogue said that she wasn't worried about an imminent injury, saying: "No, because I've skied my whole life really, and you can get injured skiing very easily and especially with snowboarding it's really dangerous. You just have to be extra careful. My legs are pretty sore, we've been up at half four every morning.
"I know, I think everybody is scared for me, but I'm not scared. I'm really really excited to do it. I've wanted to do the show for years and I go skiing every year anyway so it's saving me a fortune on a ski holiday because I'm now getting paid to go skiing which is brilliant!"
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I've skied my whole life really, and you can get injured skiing very easily and especially with snowboarding it's really dangerous. You just have to be extra careful. My legs are pretty sore.
Practising her ski cross, a race which sees celebrities race down a track at speeds of up to 75mph, Vogue had a fall, prompting her to book an urgent appointment with a knee surgeon in London.
Following an MRI scan, she was given a leg brace and a pair of yellow crutches by a private clinic.
Vogue admitted that she had never thrown herself down a jump before, adding: "Obviously I'm good at skiing, I'm a confident skier, but I'm a snowboarder really, so I'm just sort of picking up the skiing again, but we have our own instructor and he's amazing. It's everything else that I don't know if I'm good at, because obviously I've never thrown myself down a bobsleigh kind of thing."
The Irish TV personality confessed that if the show returns next year, she would be up for taking part again, but being big into sports, would potentially sign up to a golfing-related show.
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"I'm very into sports. I watch a lot of golf," said Vogue. "My family are a big golf family, so I'd watch golf and rugby, not so much football because Ireland aren't great at football. So I watch them at rugby, they're very good at rugby."
Earlier this week, she announced the news that she would be pulling out of the competition on social media, tweeting: "Really disappointed to be out of The Jump. I've had the time of my life and if the show is back next year I'll be in it to win it! @Channel4."
Her spokesperson told Express.co.uk: "Unfortunately Vogue had a fall during a ski cross training session for The Jump and injured her knee, which means she will be unable to compete in the live shows.
"It's a real shame as I know Vogue was having such a brilliant time. She is obviously gutted to be missing out on the full competition but we all knew the risks involved when she signed up and that these kind of things could happen."