Thought you had seen the last of SAS Australia in 2021? Think again. It was only a few short days ago former NRL player Sam Burgess was crowned the winner of the gruelling reality show, and now, the franchise is getting ready to start a new chapter.
Starring everyday Australians, SAS Australia: Hell Week will premiere on Monday, October 18 and will put 14 contestants through the wringer. Some of the people in the mix are a teacher, fashion designer, stay-at-home mum, dancer, mineworker, bodybuilder, surfer and former Federal Police officer.
For one week, those appearing on the show will experience the toughest and most intense SAS course throughout the program’s history. Facing a series of physical, mental and emotional challenges, Directing Staff will not be making any exceptions for anyone, regardless of age or gender.
“It’s going to take a very special individual to get to this end of this course,” said Chief Instructor Ant Middleton.“Pain will be constant and we will weed out the weak. They’re going to realise very quickly why it’s called Hell Week.”
It’s without a doubt that each and every contestant taking part in the one-week special will come out stronger and more resilient. But who will make it to the very end? Guess we’re going to have to wait to find out.
Here is who will be taking part in SAS Australia: Hell Week.
- Bassim, 32 – Bodybuilder
- Beck, 33 – Youth worker
- Gary, 44 – Ex-Federal Police
- Isabella, 25 – Rapper
- James, 30 – Holistic health coach
- James, 29 – Dancer
- Kellie, 27 – Teacher
- Kirsten, 24 – Mineworker
- Lena, 42 – Fashion designer
- Lisa, 27 – Influencer
- Luke, 31 – Tradie
- Mitch, 22 – Surfer
- Sandy, 35 – Stay-at-home mum
- Sarah, 25 – Dating coach
This post originally appeared on POPSUGAR Australia.