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Australia One female SAS Australia recruit 'makes it to the top three'

16:51  24 october  2020
16:51  24 october  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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SAS Australia has so far seen publicist Roxy Jacenko, former NRL WAG Arabella Del Busso and convicted drug smuggler Schapelle Corby bow out. History- making : An insider also allegedly told The Sunday Telegraph that the female 's efforts will go down in history. Pictured: Erin McNaught.

But on Friday, Erin McNaught made the revelation that she wouldn't have taken part in the gruelling challenge show during the height of her modelling career - out of On day one , all celebrity recruits were required to fall out of a helicopter backwards into icy waters and swim to the shore unassisted.

Erin McNaught et al. wearing costumes: MailOnline logo © Provided by Daily Mail MailOnline logo

One female SAS Australia recruit will make it to the 'final three' on the Channel Seven show, according to sources close to production.

As reported by The Sunday Telegraph this week, it's understood their 'truly impressive performance' stunned not only the trainers but their male co-stars.

The remaining females on the military-style program are Ali Oetjen, Candice Warner, Erin McNaught, Molly Taylor, Sabrina Frederick and Shayna Jack.

Can you guess who? One female SAS Australia recruit 'makes it to the top three' and stuns their male co-stars with a 'truly impressive performance', according to a report in The Sunday Telegraph this week. Pictured: Candice Warner (left) and Ali Oetjen (right) © Provided by Daily Mail Can you guess who? One female SAS Australia recruit 'makes it to the top three' and stuns their male co-stars with a 'truly impressive performance', according to a report in The Sunday Telegraph this week. Pictured: Candice Warner (left) and Ali Oetjen (right)

An insider also allegedly told The Sunday Telegraph that the female's efforts will go down in history.

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'The trainers have described it as one of the best efforts by a woman on a version of the show, ever,' they claimed.

SAS Australia has so far seen publicist Roxy Jacenko, former NRL WAG Arabella Del Busso and convicted drug smuggler Schapelle Corby bow out.

Despite only lasting two days on SAS Australia, other Australian reality TV bosses are reportedly eager to get Schapelle on their upcoming shows.

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SAS Australia 's Arabella Del Busso showed off her injured knee during a trip to a Melbourne beach earlier this month. ' I told my partner that I had a pregnancy scare, and I showed it to him and said it was ours, when in fact, it wasn't our scan at all,' she confessed, after being pressed for the truth.

Former Miss Universe Australia Erin McNaught is still recovering from injuries she sustained while filming SAS : Australia two months ago. On day one , all celebrity recruits were required to fall out of a helicopter backwards into icy waters and swim to the shore unassisted.

According to The Sydney Morning Herald's Private Sydney on Saturday, inquiries have already been made by producers at I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! and Dancing With The Stars.

The publication also believes there is talk surrounding a possible appearance on The Masked Singer.

a man looking at the camera: Professional athlete: Also with a chance of making it to the top three is AFL star Sabrina Frederick (pictured) © Provided by Daily Mail Professional athlete: Also with a chance of making it to the top three is AFL star Sabrina Frederick (pictured)

Schapelle's manager Steve Moriarty did not respond to comment on the shows mentioned in a statement to Private Sydney, but did say 'there is a lot of interest in her' and the show would have to be 'something she wants to do'.

Following her exit on Tuesday's episode of SAS Australia, Schapelle, 43, spoke about how her life has changed for the better in an Instagram post on Wednesday.

'I've been privileged to be part of an amazing Australian first @sasaust7 #SASAustralia military TV program,' she began.

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a woman smiling for the camera: In demand: Meanwhile, despite only lasting two days on SAS Australia, other Australian reality TV bosses are reportedly eager to get Schapelle Corby (pictured) on their upcoming shows © Provided by Daily Mail In demand: Meanwhile, despite only lasting two days on SAS Australia, other Australian reality TV bosses are reportedly eager to get Schapelle Corby (pictured) on their upcoming shows Schapelle Corby posing for the camera: Rumour mill: Inquiries are said to have already been made by producers at I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! and Dancing With The Stars. The Sydney Morning Herald's Private Sydney also believes there is talk surrounding a possible appearance on The Masked Singer © Provided by Daily Mail Rumour mill: Inquiries are said to have already been made by producers at I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! and Dancing With The Stars. The Sydney Morning Herald's Private Sydney also believes there is talk surrounding a possible appearance on The Masked Singer

'Although I wasn't in the course for long, I do feel like I've accomplished whatever it was I was searching for - I'm already feeling more productive in my every day life.

'I would like to thank you all for your support, positivity, encouragement. I'm loving reading all my messages.'

'I had an amazing experience, met some wonderful people... I wasn't able to find that switch of "mind over muscle", "pain is temporary", "just a little further" mentality,' she explained.

Schapelle, who spent nine years behind bars at Bali's Kerobokan Prison, added: 'But I am proud of myself for giving it a go. Thanks everyone for watching.'

a woman sitting at a table with a vase of flowers: Living her best life: In an Instagram post on Wednesday, the convicted drug smuggler, 43, said her life has changed for the better following her exit during Tuesday's episode © Provided by Daily Mail Living her best life: In an Instagram post on Wednesday, the convicted drug smuggler, 43, said her life has changed for the better following her exit during Tuesday's episode Read more

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