A HEREFORD woman who appeared on the hit BBC series The Traitors has said that she would be open to more TV appearances after exiting the show.

Meg Corrick was a "faithful" on the BBC One show hosted by Claudia Winkleman, before she was "murdered" by the traitors last week.

Meg told the Hereford Times that she loved her time on The Traitors and wouldn't rule out going on other TV shows if opportunities came up.

The 22-year-old works as an illustrator in Hereford and sells her art on Etsy. She said that she has also written a children's book which she would like to publish.

Speaking to the Hereford Times, she said: "I was born and raised in Hereford. I went to school and college here, studying illustration at Hereford College of Arts.

"I went into The Traitors with no expectations so I wasn't disappointed about how it worked out. I'm still in touch with everyone and I love them all. There are no hard feelings."

She added: "I loved meeting Claudia Winkleman, who is a genuinely lovely human being. She was even commenting on my hair!"


The Traitors features 22 strangers who have arrived at a beautiful castle in the Scottish Highlands to play a "murder mystery" game with £120,000 in prize money up for grabs.

Hidden among the group are traitors whose job is to secretly "murder" a player every night without getting caught. It's up to the others, the faithfuls, to try and detect who they are and banish them from the game.

Meg was murdered by the traitors Paul, Harry and Miles last week after being condemned to the dungeon in the castle. 

She said that she was shocked when she found out that Paul and Harry were traitors, but had her suspicions about Miles.

The Traitors airs on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at 9pm on BBC One.