And, on tonight's series opener, the model could be seen training for the first round of the competition before sustaining severe knee damage.
The Irish star was told to stop pushing herself as she tried to improve her skills on the slopes.
Unfortunately for competitive Vogue, she fell as practised her ski cross, which sees celebrities race down a track at speeds of 75mph.
Her accident was broadcast during tonight's instalment before Vogue spoke to host Davina McCall about her decision to pull out of the competition.
The Jump 2017: Vogue Williams' injury was broadcast during the episode
The Jump 2017: Vogue was seen being rushed to hospital following the accident
You just threw me under the bus
She broke down in tears as she insisted she would return to the slopes if the Channel 4 show returned next year.
The 31-year-old said she had "had the best four weeks of her life" while she prepared for the series with her fellow celebrities.
She continued: "I'm so disappointed. I've made really good friends."
Referencing rumours that she has embarked on a romance with reality star Spencer Matthews, Davina joked: "Especially Spencer Matthews."
Vogue tried to laugh off her comment as she looked away from the presenter before hitting back: "You just threw me under the bus."
The Jump 2017: Vogue was seen crying as she revealed she can't ski for a year
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The Jump 2017: Vogue joked that Davina had thrown her under the bus
Meanwhile, Davina was forced to apologise to viewers at home when Sir Bradley Wiggins swore just minutes into the episode.
When asked why he chose to appear on the show, he replied: "Just to p**s the Daily Mail off."
The host quickly warned him: "You're not allowed to say that at this time of night."
The Jump continues on Sunday on Channel 4 at 9pm.