In the first ever celebrity series of SAS: Who Dares Wins for Stand Up To Cancer, 12 well known faces embark on one of the toughest tests of their lives.
The recruits live together in an unforgiving ex-military base, high in the Chilean Andes. From their very first challenge - a terrifying backwards dive out of a helicopter - Ant Middleton and his team of ex-special forces instructors are determined to show them that no allowances will be made for their celeb status.
Former premier league and England footballer, Wayne Bridge; television presenter, AJ Odudu; War Horse and Mama Mia actor Jeremy Irvine; broadcaster Jeff Brazier; and Heather Fisher, English rugby player, overcome their fears in challenges that take them to their limits.
Other recruits include Olympic Gold Medallist Victoria Pendleton; England Rugby International Ben Foden; former MP, Louise Mensch; Loose Women’s Andrea McClean, BBC Radio 1’s Dev Griffin, Love Island’s Camilla Thurlow and Made in Chelsea’s Sam Thompson.
Instructor Jason ‘Foxy’ Fox said, “We took great pleasure bringing these celebrities into our world and giving them as hard a time as we give anyone.” But how many will quit? Find out on Sundays at 9pm on Channel 4.
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