Oz WAG's life to be laid bare in new reality show

   Apr 8, 3:16 pm

Melbourne, Apr 8 (ANI): Cronulla Sharks player John Williams' girlfriend Jana Peterson is set to star in a reality show which will detail her life as a WAG.

The former Face of Queensland Origin and Ralph pin-up girl, 25, is one of five wives and girlfriends ( WAGS ) of some of Australia's most famous sportsmen who are putting their lives on display in the new reality series 'WAG Nation,' the Courier Mail reported.

Starring shoe designer Terry Biviano, wife of NRL Sydney Roosters player Anthony Minichiello; event planner Lynette Bolton, wife of AFL Sydney Swans player Jude Bolton; fashion boutique owner Jackie Spong, wife of AFL Carlton Blues player Jarrad Waite; and model/flight attendant Chantelle Raleigh, then girlfriend of NBL Gold Coast Blaze player Adam Gibson, the show follows the women as they juggle their own busy lives around their partners.

"It was such a bizarre experience," Peterson said of having the cameras watching her every move for the series. (ANI)

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