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Australia Model Erin McNaught and Poker Player Jackson Warne Are Joining the Cast of SAS Australia

04:26  21 september  2020
04:26  21 september  2020 Source:   popsugar.com.au

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Erin McNaught joined Channel Seven's military-style show SAS Australia to prove to her young sons that 'women can do anything'. She's the former Miss Universe Australia who juggles her modeling and acting career with raising two young boys. And now, Erin McNaught has revealed why she

SAS Australia cast revealed! From Schapelle Corby to the Honey Badger! - by Erin Doyle. Based on the UK TV series SAS : Who Dares Wins and kicking off in October, the Australian version of SAS Australia will follow the celebrity recruits as they attempt to take on the SAS selection process.

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Model Erin McNaught and poker player Jackson Warne, cricketer Shane's son, have been officially added to the SAS Australia cast. They join swimmers James Magnussen and Shayna Jack, cricketer Mitchell Johnson and AFLW player Sabrina Frederick, who were confirmed earlier this month.

The four new celebrities joined convicted drug smuggler Schapelle Corby, former Bachelor Nick "Honey Badger" Cummins, PR guru Roxy Jacenko, comedian Merrick Watts and retired ironwoman Candice Warner, who were revealed in August.

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Roxy, Honey Badger, Candice, James, Shayna, Mitchell and Jackson have long been rumoured for the show — they were initially revealed by Woman's Day and the Herald Sun in March, when the show was titled SAS: Who Dares Wins. Erin was papped by the Daily Mail on set in August.

Schapelle Corby talked to The Daily Telegraph about her new role in August. "We go into the SAS as a number, not a name, which is significant for me because I won't be Schapelle Corby, I will just be a human being," she said. "I wanna stop being institutionalised. I want to open my freedom to a happier life, a more fulfilling life."

She added that she isn't looking to prove herself to anybody else by appearing on the new how. "I think I'll discover that I'm stronger than I am, that I think I am. I'm hoping to discover life and to discover myself.

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SAS : Who Dares Wins is a reality quasi-military training television programme produced by Channel 4 in the United Kingdom. There have been five main series since 2015.

SAS : Australia is a remake of the British TV show SAS : Who Dares Wins and will put stars through their paces as they attempt to pass the selection process to join the Australian It boasts the biggest cast of celebrities ever assembled for an Australian reality series, including PR queen Roxy Jacenko

"I've got strength of mind, determination and willpower," Schapelle said. "I don't give up. I will face anything that's thrown at me head on.

"I'm expecting to face my fears. Limitations I've built upon myself. Break down barriers I've made . . . to go out in the world and be me. I think I have grit."

The show is expected to feature 14 celebrities engaging in the military-style physical and psychological challenges that form the selection process for the real SAS, army Special Forces. They'll be put through their paces by former British Special Forces soldiers, including Chief Instructor Ant Middleton, and his Directing Staff, Jason "Foxy" Fox, Ollie Ollerton and Mark "Billy" Billingham.

The celebrities were isolated at a secret base in the Snowy Mountains, where they will "eat, sleep and train together in punishing conditions", subjected to extreme physical endurance, sleep deprivation, interrogation and psychological testing.

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Ant Middleton said: "There is no set mould for passing SAS selection. You need courage, determination, that never give up attitude but ultimately the strength of mind to carry on, even when faced with your demons and biggest fears."

Other people who have also been rumoured for the series include former Bachelorette Ali Oetjen, retired Labor politician Emma Husar, actor Firass Dirani, Love Island's Eden Dally, TV trainer Shannan Ponton and model Arabella Del Busso.

The series promises the rest of the cast will include a leading actor and a model. Some are expected to break and leave the competition, leaving only the strongest at the very end.

SAS Australia is due to premiere in October. Scroll on to see the announced cast, and soundbites from their first promos:

Schapelle Corby

"Australia knows me as the drug smuggler. I want to change my life."

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The SAS model was used for the player character in the (later removed) Counter-Terrorist Training Center map in Counter-Strike 1.0. The SAS units in Deleted Scenes speak with an English accent while the ones in Global Offensive speak with a Scottish accent and dialogue.

Nick "Honey Badger" Cummins

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Candice Warner

"Show my kids that it's not just daddy who is tough and strong."

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Merrick Watts

"There's more to me than just funny comedian."

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Roxy Jacenko

"People think I'm handbags, fashion . . . but they don't realise I can actually do this."

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James Magnussen

"I came up short at the Olympics. Failure is not an option this time."

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Mitchell Johnson

"I want the excitement and the adrenaline rush that cricket gave me."

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Sabrina Frederick

"Australia knows me as an AFL player. I'm here to prove that women can win this."

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Shayna Jack

"I'm going to prove I'm not a drug cheat."

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Erin McNaught

"I'm doing this for my boys. I'm not just the mum that packs their lunches. I'm so much more than that — as every mother is."

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Jackson Warne

"[I want to] prove that I'm not just Shane Warne's son — I'm tougher than that. I want him to be really proud of me."

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How to fix Lebanon’s political crisis .
The Beirut port explosion exposed Lebanon’s deep political rot.The explosion was an accident resulting from years of buck-passing and negligence in Lebanon’s public institutions, which somehow allowed 2,750 tons of explosive material to lie in a warehouse unsecured for six years.

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