Love Island may have finished but that doesn’t mean there’s nothing to watch on the telly box. Au contraire, dear reader. Not only are new series of Married At First Sight UK, Strictly Come Dancing, Gogglebox and I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! all on the horizon, but the line-up for the next series of Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins has been revealed too.
There’s a whole host of famous faces taking part including a number of, frankly, iconic reality stars.
2019 Islanders Amber Gill and Curtis Pritchard will be put through their paces by Chief Instructor Rudy Reyes and his team, as will OG Love Island star Calum Best (he won the celebrity series back in 2006, don’tcha know?).
CHECK OUT the official Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins line-up
Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins 2022 line-up
Best known for: Appearing as a professional dancer on Strictly for four series
Best known for: Winning Love Island in 2019
Best known for: Appearing on MTV's Ex on the Beach and raising money for charity following the death of his daughter Azaylia
Best known for: Appearing on Love Island, Celebrity Ex on the Beach and Celebs Go Dating
Best known for: Appearing on Love Island in 2019 and being a professional dancer
Best known for: Being an Olympic sprinter
Best known for: Winning two Olympic medals in javelin
Best known for: Appearing on TOWIE and her own reality show First Time Mum
Best known for: Winning gold in the women's 57kg taekwondo category in the 2012 and 2016 Olympics
Best known for: Playing Emily Shadwick in Brookside from 1998 to 2003
Best known for: Competing in the Paralympics as a high jumper
Best known for: Starring as Tiffany Butcher-Baker in EastEnders
Best known for: Appearing on TOWIE
Best known for: Winning the World Boxing Association female bantamweight title in April 2021
Speaking about taking part in the show, Curtis said, “I’ve always been into pushing myself to the extreme, but let’s be honest, Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins is the most extreme show on TV.
"It’s seeing whether you can cope, whether you can go to hell and back and come out the other side stronger and better. I really wanted to see if I had what it takes!”
His brother AJ added, "It was enlightening. Everything about the show is so positive. Even in the most dangerous scenarios there’s always a positive to take from it. This was a massive life goal ticked. It was everything I hoped it would be and more.”
On the other hand, Amber said, "Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins is a massive test of who you are as an individual. I learnt so much about myself that I didn’t expect in such a short space of time, but let me tell you, it’s really f--king hard!”
The Love Island 2019 winner is rumoured to have quit the show after just 48 hours, with a TV insider telling The Sun, "Amber is by no means a wimp, but just couldn’t hack it any longer. She’s a reality star turned fitness expert and even she couldn’t stay longer than two days. She was gutted but couldn’t carry on."