Candice Warner says she's just as strong as husband David
Channel Seven's new military-style reality show SAS Australia will see stars attempt to pass the selection process to join the Australian Army's elite Special Air Service.And in a trailer released on Sunday, former Ironwoman Candice Warner revealed her daughters Ivy Mae, six, Indi Rae, four, and Isla, one, are what inspired her to sign on.
© Bang Showbiz Andrea McLean
Andrea McLean says 'SAS: Who Dares Wins' brought back memories of an abusive relationship and sparked her emotional breakdown.
The 50-year-old star was left feeling suicidal during a difficult period which came after an incident two years ago on Ant Middleton's gruelling reality show when she was marched with a bag over her head.
Reflecting on the moment the cover was taken off to reveal an instructor, she told Closer magazine: "I'd put everything I'd experienced in a box, but suddenly it was like I was back there.
"In all friendship" star Andrea Kathrin Loewig: Why my Andreas is finally the right one
© Christian Augustin / Getty Images Andrea Kathrin Loewig The famous Berlin architect Andreas Thiele (49) had imagined his weekend very differently. His partner, , the well-known actress Andrea K. Loewig (54, " in all friendship ") gave him the three days in her favorite hotel as "time out for two" and "a weekend just for us" "Travel Charme Kurhaus Binz" announced. He would have loved to have Andrea just for himself. "That's typical Andrea," he says with a smile.
"Instead of seeing an instructor's face, I was seeing another person's face. He seemed to hate my soul and really specific events went bang in my head.
"I've had people say terrible things to me in the past. I've been told I am worthless, stupid, talentless and ugly, and if someone drip-feeds that into your consciousness, the plucky girl you once were completely disappears."
The 'Loose Women' star was left "anxious and overwhelmed" and "got into a spiral of negativity" despite the support of her husband Nick.
Looking back to last year's National Television Awards, which came in the midst of her breakdown, she added: "The NTAs are such a joy, but that year I could barely face the noise or laughter.
"I cried all the way to my hotel, where I'd booked a room to get ready, then I did a few photos on the red carpet before walking away.
Pirlo's Juventus are reborn: How boss is washing away Sarri's lethargy
ALVISE CAGNAZZO IN ITALY: Andrea Pirlo is rebuilding Juventus by merging Antonio Conte and Louis van Gaal's philosophies together, and he has enjoyed quite a start. His first Juventus side, who beat Claudio Ranieri's Sampdoria 3-0 in the opening weekend of the new Serie A season, were cynical, aggressive and, above all, very attentive in defence.
"Afterwards, I sobbed all the way home. I felt like I was short-circuiting."
Andrea - who has opened up about her experiences in new book 'This Girl Is On Fire' - underwent CBT (cognitive behavioural therapy) and talking therapy to help her overcome her issues.
She said: "Two years ago, I thought I'd never feel happy again but, now, whenever something lovely happens, I thank myself for keeping going."
Gallery: The most dramatic moments on Selling Sunset (BANG Showbiz)
'Selling Sunset' offers viewers everything they could need from reality TV: Hollywood glamour, luxury villas and, of course, plenty of drama! The realtors at the Oppenheim Group in Los Angeles are supposed to spend their time selling multi-million dollar mansions in Hollywood, but they often spend just as much time gossiping and arguing. And there's one person who always seems to be in the middle of every argument ... These are the best drama-filled moments on 'Selling Sunset'.
The pool party argument
No two people on the show dislike each other more than Chrishell and Christine. Their first argument comes to a head during boss Jason’s pool party, when the two women yell at each other in front of the camera. Chrishell is definitely the most hurt by the outburst. When fiery Christine yells at her and pointed out that she is “fake” and “two-faced”, the new agent bursts into tears. Christine's BFF Mary comforts the crying Chrishell, which Christine of course hates. "I'm good friends with her, but I won't accept that," says Mary to her new friend Chrishell. This doesn’t stop Chrishell storming out saying: “I’m not a kiss-a**, I’m not fake, I’m not a pushover. I’m just not."
No longer BFFs
Christine announces the good news of her engagement in the Maldives to the other agents whilst she was still travelling the world, but Christine's alleged BFF Mary only finds out about it second-hand from Davina. The Chrishell and Christine pool party drama has already opened up a rift between the former best friends but this is the final straw. Mary is hurt by Christine’s silence on such a huge life event and the friends become even less close. Then of course, there is even more drama, when Davina tells the other women about spending $750 a head at dinner with Christine and her fiancé - her future husband must be pretty rich then…
Davina is uninvited
Mary’s fiancé Romain suddenly gets involved with the wedding he had previously called “girl’s stuff” when he announces that he does not want Davina to be invited. Why? Nothing more than a damaged ego and a discussion about money, of course. When Christine hears about it, she doesn't hesitate and spills the beans to Davina that she has been uninvited. Meanwhile, Mary is still waiting for the right moment to gently tell Davina that Romain doesn't want her at the wedding.
Christine vs Mary
An argument has been brewing between the two former friends for ages, but the situation with Davina is the final straw. Mary confronts Christine about telling Davina she wasn't invited to the wedding. Instead of apologizing, Christine reacts angrily and accuses Mary of not being a loyal friend - this from the woman who will happily gossip about you behind your back. It turns out that Davina might not be the only one not invited to the wedding, as following the argument Mary and Chrishell have a catch up and Chrishell asks Mary if she even wants Christine at her wedding. Mary replies: “I don’t know."
Christine is "the other woman"
Heather tells Christine that Mary and Chrishell once gossiped about how legitimate Christine's relationship with Christian really is and how Chsirtine might have just been “the other woman” when she met him at an open house event. Of course, that didn't go down well with Christine… When better to confront them than Mary’s hen party? After some uncomfortable arguments in front of everyone else at the party, Christine decides not to ruin the party and saves the argument for another day. This being ‘Selling Sunset’, one thing is for sure, it will not be long until the drama comes up again…
‘Mary is an idiot’
The very next episode it all kicks off again. During Heather’s broker’s open, Mary and Christine have a huge argument. Mary says that she only repeated what Christine said to her, but Christine says it is judgemental. Mary leaves the party, but Christine continues the conversation, calling Mary an "idiot" as she never says exactly what she thinks. Of course, Chrishell defends her friend Mary, and Christine says she didn't say Mary was an idiot, just that she looked like one. I see... When Mary is trying on her wedding dress later, Christine suddenly shows up and genuinely apologizes to Mary for her comment. She says, “we should’ve just had a conversation ... I feel stupid for that”. What’s going on? Where’s the drama?
Amanza and Heather
Let’s be fair, it’s not just Christine who causes all the arguments. Even the usually quiet Amanza and Heather, have some drama. When Heather tells the other real estate agents that she spends a lot of time with her new boyfriend Tarek's children, Amanza is concerned. She has two children herself with her ex-husband and knows all about the impact of separation on kids. When Amanza expresses her concern, Heather almost explodes with anger, saying, "We're very serious! “Heather is furious that Amanza would think that she and Tarek may soon separate and the children would suffer from the separation. Uh oh, maybe Amaza should avoid giving advice in the future…
Is Chrishell’s divorce her fault?
The biggest shock of the third series has to be Chrishell and Justin Hartling’s divorce. Although everyone is shocked to hear the news, of course, it is Christina and Davina who speculate about what was really going on in Chrishell’s marriage. The two real estate agents decide that Chrishell is too guarded and that their marriage has always had problems. When Mary catches wind of this discussion and at a dinner with the girls sets Christine straight, saying, “there are not two sides. The right side is Chrishell’s side because she’s our friend”. The question is would Christine call herself Chrishell’s friend?
SAS Australia cast revealed .
With SAS Australia (formerly Who Dares Wins) set to get a reboot this year, Channel Seven are pulling out all stops to make it a success. Among the big names they've recruited are Ali Oetjen, Nick Honey Badger Cummins and Roxy Jacenko. Seven's "secret weapon" to combat the cancellation of the Tokyo Olympics is a blockbuster and star-studded revival of popular '90s reality show Who Dares Wins. But even before it began filming, the Aussie celeb version SAS Australia was thrown into turmoil because of COVID-19 travel restrictions. Luckily, that hasn't stopped it from going right ahead.