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CELEBRITY SAS WHO DARES WINS: FAMOUS FACES TAKING PART IN NEXT YEAR'S SERIES REVEALED

The Sun have revealed the celebs who have signed up for TV's toughest challenge - taking part in the next series of Channel 4's Celebrity SAS Who Dares Wins.



Filming is currently underway in Wales for the next series, which will hit screens in 2025. The latest series which was filmed last year, is due to air on Channel 4 this Autumn and includes celebs such as John Barrowman, Rachel Johnson and Bobby Norris.



Reportedly taking part in next year's series include rapper Lady Leshurr, former footballer Troy Deeney, Love Island's Chloe Burrows and Adam Collard, TV personality Michaella McCollum, singer Lucy Spraggan, Drag artist Bimini Bon Boulash and Love Island's Tasha Ghour.


Each celebrity recruit will be tested to their physical and psychological limits, as they confront surprising truths about themselves, to discover their true selves. Not everyone will have what it takes to make it to the end of this unique version of SAS selection in one of the harshest training environments on the planet.



The DS don’t care how famous the recruits are, how many social media followers they have or what they have done before this. As soon as they enter the selection process, their celebrity status and luxuries are stripped away.


Taking part in this year's series are Reality star Bianca Gascoigne, Geordie Shore's Marnie Simpson, The Only Way Is Essex's Bobby Norris, Reality star Pete Wicks, Comedian Tez Ilyas, Entertainer John Barrowman, Journalist Rachel Johnson, Love Island's Ovie Soko, Reality star Georgia Harrison, Presenter Cherry Healey, Rugby star Chris Robshaw, Comedian Shazia Mirza, Gymnast Ellie Downie and Boxier Anthony Ogogo.



The line-up has not been confirmed by Channel 4.


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