Scenes from SAS: Who Dares Wins were removed owing of celebrity injuries, but they “would have been wonderful TV to watch.”
CELEBRITY SAS: WHO DARES WINS is back on Channel 4 with a fresh cast of daring celebrities ready to take on the tough tasks. The jobs can be extremely difficult, and one celebrity said that certain scenes from the series were removed owing to injury.
On the Channel 4 show Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins, 12 celebrities will push themselves to their boundaries to see what they can do in the third season. Former footballer Kieron Dyer, musician Jake Quickenden, paralympian athlete Aled Davies, former cyclist Shanaze Reade, and reality celebrity Wes Nelson were among the competitors interviewed by this website. Kieron confessed that several portions had to be cut from the show owing to injuries sustained while addressing the many hard challenges that were filmed.
Jake, 32, had been chatting to this website and other outlets about how much he loves working in pairs, but viewers won’t be able to see what he was talking about because the sequences have been cut.
The former X Factor participant began, “I appreciated all the runs to the challenges.”
“Because that’s where I was decent.” When we were partnered up, I really like the pair work.”
“I was teamed with a bit of a d***,” he joked.
“They had to cut the pairings out due to injuries and other things,” Kieron explained.
“There was a time when I was coupled with someone and had to tell them about their specific flaws.
“You have to stare them down. And I reply to my companion, “Your greatest flaw is your arrogance.”
“And it would have been entertaining television to watch, but I don’t think that will be allowed.”
Jake was also made to “weep” by a joke, according to the 42-year-old.
“I removed my armband and appeared to give up.
“I told all the participants in the barracks, ‘I’ve had enough, I’m out of here,'” she recalled.
“And they obviously took it literally,” says the narrator.
“Shanaze came up to me and gave me a big hug, and Jake started weeping, so I had to get my wristband and put it back on while saying, ‘I’m only joking.’”
“Mine was on the mental component of the program,” Kieron replied when asked why he wanted to participate in the event.
“There isn’t a lot of physical activity. I’m a guy who sees the world through a half-empty lens.
“It was an attempt to perhaps change.” Brinkwire Summary News”.