CELEBRITY SAS: Who Dares Wins is back and better than ever this year, pushing an array of famous faces to their limits with a plethora of challenges.
But who are the twelve celebrities who will face their fears on Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins?
Helen Skelton, 36, is a TV presenter and actress.
She rose to fame hosting Blue Peter between 2008 and 2013.
Helen married English professional rugby player Richie Myler in December 2013.
The pair have two sons together.
Tony Bellew, 37, is a British former professional boxer who competed from 2007 to 2018.
He held the WBC cruiser-weight title from 2016 to 2017.
In his last-ever fight he challenged for the undisputed cruiser-weight championship.
Bellew retired soon after losing to Oleksandr Usyk in November 2019.
Yasmin Evans is a radio host for BBC 1Xtra.
She was born in Stockport and began her radio career at the age of just 15,when she started presenting on one of Manchester’s most prominent community stations at the time.
Yasmin studied Radio BA (Hons) at the University of Salford, and was approached by the BBC to take part in their piloting scheme.
In September 2012 she was offered the chance to host the 1Xtra Weekend Breakfast show, her success on the show prompted the BBC to give Yasmin her own show in 2016, which she still presents currently.
John Fashanu, 57, is a former football star.
His most notable spell was at Wimbledon FC, where he won the FA Cup in 1988 and scored over 100 goals in all competitions.
After his retirement from football, he went on to host popular television show Gladiators in the 90s.
Katie Price, 41, is a former glamour model and TV personality.
She has appeared on I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here twice, and in Celebrity Big Brother.
Katie is mum to five children and has had three failed marriages, most notably to Peter Andre and Alex Reid.
Jack Maynard, 23, was born November 23, 1994, and is a YouTuber from Brighton.
Before his web career, he worked as a personal trainer.
Jack's older brother is the singer Conor Maynard, who had a string of hit singles and UK No1 album when he burst on to the scene in 2012.
Jack also appeared on I'm A Celebrity back in 2017, but his time was cut short when he became embroiled in a Twitter scandal.
Nikki Sanderson, 36, is an actress.
She is best known for her role in Coronation Street, where she played the role of Candice from 1999 to 2005.
Since then, she has also appeared in Heartbeat and Hollyoaks, which she has been in since 2o12.
Brendan Cole, 43, is a ballroom dancer.
He is most famous for appearing as a professional dancer on the BBC One show, Strictly Come Dancing.
Brendan is married to blogger Zoe Hobbs, with whom he has two children.
Lauren Steadman, 27, is a Paralympic athlete.
She has competed in both swimming and paratriathlon.
In 2009 and 2011, she won medals at the IPC European Championships.
Lauren appeared on BBC's Strictly Come Dancing in 2018, and reached the semi-finals.
Leon 'Locksmith' Rolle
Leon Rolle, 33, is a musician and DJ.
He is best known as DJ Locksmith for popular band Rudimental.
Rolle grew up in Hackney and also has a passion for football and training.
Anthea Turner, 59, is a TV presenter.
She has hosted both Blue Peter and GMTV, in her illustrious career.
Anthea appeared on ITV's Dancing On Ice in 2013, where she finished ninth out of twelve skaters.
Who are the judges on the show?
Ant Middleton – Chief Instructor
Ant Middleton is a British former soldier, adventurer and television presenter.
He has also appeared as the captain in the reality-show Mutiny, and survival show, Escape.
In 2018, he climbed Everest for the TV show Extreme Everest with Ant Middleton.
Shockingly, Middleton was sentenced to fourteen months in prison, for assaulting two police officers in a nightclub brawl in 2013.
On the show, he will be joined by his team of directing staff, Foxy, Billy, Ollie and Jay.
Jason 'Foxy' Fox
Jason Fox, 43, is a former Special Forces Agent who was born on August 31, 1976.
He joined the cast of SAS: Who Dares Wins in 2015.
Mark 'Billy' Billingham
Mark Billingham is a decorated war hero who spent 27 years in the Army.
During his Army years he received an MBE for leading an SAS mission in Iraq to rescue a British hostage.
He also won the Queen’s Commendation for Bravery after capturing an IRA sniper by using himself as bait.
Matthew 'Ollie' Ollerton
Ollie joined the Royal Marines in 1990 aged 18, and his first tour was to Northern Ireland.
He revealed in 2019 that the scariest moment of his life was when he was mauled by a chimpanzee, when he was ten.
Jay joined SAS Who Dares Wins as a secret mole in 2020.
He tricked recruits into believing he was one of them.
Jay joined the Parachute Regiment aged 19, completing several tours of Iraq and Afghanistan. Four years later, in 2008, he joined the SAS.
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