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SAS star Ant Middleton hits out at 'woke patrol' for making show easy after exit

SAS Who Dares Wins star Ant Middleton has hit out at the show after his abrupt exit last year.He was dismissed from the show in 2022 due to "personal conduct."He has been replaces by hardcore martial arts instructor Rudy Reyes, however the former frontman of the show has been less than impressed with Rudy and has previously called him and "uglier" version of himself.READ NEXT: Celeb SAS' Shannon Courtenay reveals stars strip off together for steamy off-air showersHe has now said that the show is too much like "reality TV" and ut us more interested in the celebs "sob stories" than the challenges.Speaking on Jeremy Kyle's new talk show he said: "‘It’s gone easy.

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Celeb SAS: Who Dares Wins star Shannon Courtenay has revealed contestants are “basically naked” when showering at the Jordanian camp.The brutal endurance test this year sees more celebrity contestants than ever before compete to be crowned the strongest recruit in their longest series yet.During their time on the Channel 4 show, the star-studded cast are stripped of their home comforts and forced to live as a special forces soldier would in the bleak conditions.READ MORE: SAS Who Dares Wins 'signs up ex Health Secretary Matt Hancock' for new Channel 4 seriesThis included forcing the stars to go on joint toilet trips together and even share joint showers, often completely naked.Now, in an exclusive interview with Daily Star, the professional boxer, 29, explained how the team quickly got accustomed to the stripped back conditions in the primal army camp.She explained: “If you want to go to the toilet, you’ve got to go in a pair so you don’t get the chance to do any of that.“Because you go, ‘Oh I'll have a shower when I get in’ but as you’re about to get in the shower you’re getting called out to do a bee sting [challenge].”Shannon went on to reveal that the women were provided with a simple black “thong” to shower in, whereas many of the men opted to bare all in front of their teammates.The sportswoman continued: “When you’re in there all your dignity goes out the window because you’re going to the toilet in front of each other, you’re showering basically pretty much naked.“You've got a thong on but you’re all in the same boat but once you’re going to the toilet with each other all dignity is lost, isn’t it?”For more of the latest showbiz and TV news from the Daily Star, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here
Celeb SAS star was told to quit show by bosses and was left needing two operations
Celeb SAS: Who Dares Wins star Shannon Courtenay revealed how she needed two operations on her leg after taking part in the Channel 4 show.The professional boxer, 29, explained how she had sustained major injuries in the ring prior to her reality show stint but decided to hide her “agonising” injury from the ex-special forces instructors.Now, in an exclusive interview with Daily Star, the blonde bombshell explained how she powered through the gruelling six-week stint in the Jordanian desert.READ MORE:SAS star Fatima Whitbread, 61, unrecognisable as she pours curves into bikiniShe revealed: “I actually had a severe injury that needed two operations going into the show that I never told the producers about.”The starlet managed to mask her injury from the telly bosses for the majority of her time on the show as she powered through the show without complaint.Shannon continued: “I told them that I had a little niggle in my knee, but the truth is I had a ruptured ACL and I if I’d have told them they would never have let me do the show so I made out that it was a little pain.“If you watch the show, you’ll see that my right leg is bulkier than my left because I’m wearing a big strap on my knee.”However, the boxer couldn’t hide her pain for too long, after she was later caught out by one of the instructors who went on to call her an “idiot” for signing up to the show.She admitted: “It was very stupid of me to do the show but luckily, I managed to do it but I was in agony doing it.“You see as the show evolves that one of the DS actually notices that there’s a lot more wrong with my leg than I let on.”For more of the latest showbiz and TV news from the Daily Star, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.It was at this
Ebanie Bridges fires shots at Shannon Courtenay after repeat of her Celebrity SAS stint
Ebanie Bridges has responded to rival boxer Shannon Courtenay's upcoming appearance on Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins having herself impressed on SAS Australia. The Blonde Bomber, who suffered the only defeat of her professional career against the former WBA bantamweight champion back in 2021, has gone on to become a world champion herself by picking up the IBF belt earlier this year.Back in February, Courtenay called her old rival an "idiot" while questioning how she tried to promote their bout despite praising her for the battle inside the ring. READ MORE: Ebanie Bridges sends fans wild over racy 'playing' comment with OnlyFans' Elle Brooke The feud between the rivals could now have been reignited after Courtenay, 29, was announced to be on the cast of the fourth celebrity series of quasi-military reality show.With one fan writing on Twitter: "I see Courtenay is copy/pasting Ebanie Bridges again..."Bridges said in response alongside a fingers crossed emoji: "I hope it changed her a little and she grows as a person tbh." Who would win in a rematch? Give us your thoughts in the comments section below. Bridges made it into the 11th of 13 episodes across her time on the Australian version of the show, which was filmed before she beat Maria Cecilia Roman to claim her first world title.The 35-year-old, a former teacher, has won eight of her nine professional bouts having fought in the UK for the first time with her bout against Courtenay.Although they posed for snaps after their bout went the distance, it later emerged that Courtenay had a problem with Bridges' style of promoting their bout.