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Entertainment Ant Middleton says celebs can 'remake' themselves on SAS Australia

04:02  15 october  2020
04:02  15 october  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Former British soldier Ant Middleton is about to front the tough new reality series SAS Australia . And the 39-year-old revealed on Wednesday that one of the main reasons why celebrities sign up for the show is that it gives them the opportunity to ' remake ' themselves after being involved in a scandal.

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Former British soldier Ant Middleton is about to front the tough new reality series SAS Australia.

And the 39-year-old revealed on Wednesday that one of the main reasons why celebrities sign up for the show is that it gives them the opportunity to 'remake' themselves after being involved in a scandal.

'They have the opportunity to define themselves in front of their nation,' he told industry website TV Tonight.

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a man standing in front of a mountain: 'They can prove they're not that person': Former British soldier Ant Middleton (pictured) revealed on Wednesday that one of the main reasons why celebrities sign up for SAS Australia is that it gives them the opportunity to 'remake' themselves after being involved in a scandal © Provided by Daily Mail 'They can prove they're not that person': Former British soldier Ant Middleton (pictured) revealed on Wednesday that one of the main reasons why celebrities sign up for SAS Australia is that it gives them the opportunity to 'remake' themselves after being involved in a scandal

Ant explained that some of the celebrities have been defined by their headlines, and SAS Australia gives them the chance to present a new side of themselves.

'Maybe they've been misinterpreted by the media, by one story that's defined their whole life [to the public],' he said.

'Misinterpreted by an article, by a photo that's been taken of them, and they want to come out and prove that they're not that person.'

Schapelle Corby et al. in uniform: Notorious: Several SAS Australia stars have been involved in scandals, the most notable being Schapelle Corby (centre), who spent nine years in prison in Bali for drug smuggling © Provided by Daily Mail Notorious: Several SAS Australia stars have been involved in scandals, the most notable being Schapelle Corby (centre), who spent nine years in prison in Bali for drug smuggling

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  Schapelle Corby shuts down Samantha Armytage As one of Australia's most infamous jailbirds, convicted Bali drug smuggler Schapelle Corby is no stranger to answering tricky questions from journalists. © Provided by Daily Mail MailOnline logo And the 43-year-old certainly put Sunrise host Sam Armytage in her place during an extremely awkward interview on Monday morning.The Gold Coast native appeared via video link to discuss her upcoming appearance on Channel Seven's military-style reality series SAS Australia.

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Schapelle Corby spent nine years in prison in Bali for drug smuggling; model Arabella Del Busso has been accused of faking pregnancies and miscarriages during her tumultuous relationship with NRL star Josh Reynolds; Candice Warner was famously caught in a 'toilet tryst' with rugby player Sonny Bill Williams in 2007; and swimmer Shayna Jack is an alleged drug cheat.

Ant also said that some of the celebrities will surprise viewers with their resilience.

Candice Falzon standing posing for the camera: 'We smelt so bad': Ant's comments follow Candice Warner's (pictured) admission that she couldn't believe there were no showers available on set for the contestants © Provided by Daily Mail 'We smelt so bad': Ant's comments follow Candice Warner's (pictured) admission that she couldn't believe there were no showers available on set for the contestants

Ant's comments follow Candice's admission that she couldn't believe there were no showers available on set for the contestants.

'I thought maybe we would get cold showers at least. We smelt so bad!' she said on Monday.

Candice, who is married to cricketer David Warner, knew the physical challenges would be tough so she worked out in the gym diligently prior to filming.

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A cheeky Ant Middleton refuses to let Nick Cummins get out of freezing cold water until he proclaims that the SAS Australia instructor is 'the best looking man' he's ever seen.

He put local celebrities like Ali Oetjen and Schapelle Corby through their paces as a fearsome drill sergeant on Channel Seven’s SAS Australia . But there’s one Aussie star that former British soldier Ant Middleton refuses to work with on the gruelling military-style show. Ant , 39, told News.com.au that

a row of wooden benches sitting on top of a bench: Stinky! 'I thought maybe we would get cold showers at least. We smelt so bad!' Candice said © Provided by Daily Mail Stinky! 'I thought maybe we would get cold showers at least. We smelt so bad!' Candice said

'I had a baby [daughter Isla Rose] a little over 12 months ago. In my pregnancy I lost all my core strength and struggled to do one pull-up or push-up after giving birth,' she said.

'I knew I needed to work on that so I went hard in the gym. I also ran a lot and tried walking once a week with a 25kg pack on.'

For the former Ironwoman, it was not the physical endurance tests that she had difficulty with, but the daily tasks like packing her kit.

'In the end it was the most mundane exercises that would test my character. Packing a Bergen [backpack] each day sounds like an easy task but believe me it's much harder than it looks,' she said.

SAS Australia premieres Monday, October 19, at 7.30pm on Channel Seven

a woman standing in front of a mirror posing for the camera: Controversial: SAS Australia contestant Arabella Del Busso has been accused of faking pregnancies and miscarriages during her tumultuous relationship with NRL star Josh Reynolds © Provided by Daily Mail Controversial: SAS Australia contestant Arabella Del Busso has been accused of faking pregnancies and miscarriages during her tumultuous relationship with NRL star Josh Reynolds Read more

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