Celebrity SAS Who Dares Wins line up revealed in full from EastEnders star to Brookside actor | The Sun

Celebrity SAS Who Dares Wins line up revealed in full from EastEnders star to Brookside actor | The Sun

THE latest Celebrity SAS Who Dares Wins line up has been revealed in full – and includes an EastEnders star and a Brookside actor.

The celebrity version of the popular Channel 4 series will soon be back on our screens with a new batch of famous faces pushing themselves to their limits.

EastEnders actress Maisie Smith will join the likes of former Strictly Come Dancing pro AJ Pritchard and former Brookside star Jennifer Ellison.

AJ will be joined by his brother Curtis, who will be reunited with fellow Love Island star and winner of 2019 series, Amber Gill.

Some well known faces from other areas of reality TV are also taking part including Towie stars Ferne McCann and Pete Wicks.

Meanwhile reality star Ashley Cain, whose eight-month-old daughter Azaylia die due to leukaemia in April 2021, has also signed up.

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He said his experience and dealing with grief are what pushed him to sign up.

He revealed: "Losing my daughter was the most difficult experience of my life. I think to combat trauma you need to step outside your comfort zone and see who you really are."

Also in the celebrity line up is Calum Best as well as a host of sports stars.

They are Olympic gold medallist Jade Jones, boxer Shannon Courtenay, Dwayne Chambers and Paralympic high jumper Johnathan Broom-Edwards.

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Meanwhile former Olympic athlete Fatima Whitbread, 61, is this year's oldest celebrity taking part.

Maisie, 21, who reached the finals of Strictly Come Dancing in 2020, said it was "the best experience" of her life.

This series is set to be the longest ever, with seven one-hour episodes set to air.

There were three winners of the last series, X Factor winner Alexandra Burke, Paralympic athlete Aled Davies, and Love Island star Wes Nelson.

The celebrity edition first aired in 2019 and former footballer Wayne Bridge was the winner.

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