SAS’ Ant Middleton reveals several celebrities quit the military-style show in the first few days

SAS Australia chief instructor Ant Middleton reveals several celebrities quit Seven’s military-style show in the first few days

The new series of SAS Australia has officially finished filming in the Blue Mountains of New South Wales.

And on Wednesday, chief instructor Ant Middleton revealed a ‘good few’ celebrities quit the show in the first few days.

The former British Special Forces solider, 40, told The Kyle and Jackie O Show several contestants left the selection course early.

‘A good few dropped’: SAS Australia instructor Ant Middleton (pictured) has revealed a number of celebrities quit Seven’s military-style show in the first few days

Ant said: ‘I’ve never done so much shouting in my life and spitting at people’s faces so they frustrated me a lot but we got so much out of them.’

‘A good few dropped in the first couple of days, but once we get them in that mindset and headspace you see a change in them,’ he added.

Ant also told hosts Kyle Sandilands and Jackie O Henderson that Sam Burgess was ‘someone we had to get a grip off’.

'I've never done so much shouting in my life and spitting at people's faces so they frustrated me a lot but we got so much out of them. A good few dropped in the first couple of days,' Ant told The Kyle and Jackie O show

‘I’ve never done so much shouting in my life and spitting at people’s faces so they frustrated me a lot but we got so much out of them. A good few dropped in the first couple of days,’ Ant told The Kyle and Jackie O show

Season two’s line-up for the military-style competition features a mixture of famous and controversial participants.

NRL player Sam is set to appear on the show alongside socialite Brynne Edelsten and celebrity chef Manu Feildel.

Tennis champion Alicia Molik, Home and Away’s Dan Ewing, actress Bonnie Anderson and former politician Emma Husar are also set to compete on the show.

Challenge: Ant also told hosts Kyle Sandilands and Jackie O Henderson that Sam Burgess was 'someone we had to get a grip off'

Challenge: Ant also told hosts Kyle Sandilands and Jackie O Henderson that Sam Burgess was ‘someone we had to get a grip off’ 

They’ll be joined by TV presenter Erin Holland, AFL star Heath Shaw, actress Isabelle Cornish, Olympian Jana Pittman and Australian sprinter Jessica Peris.

The series will also star Ironman Jett Kenny, Olympic runner John Steffensen, volleyball champion Kerri Pottharst, Bra Boy Koby Abberton, singer Pete Murray and tennis star Mark Philippoussis.

The celebrities will endure strenuous physical activity and military-inspired challenges in order to test their true character.

New cast: Season two's line-up for the military-style competition features a mixture of famous and controversial participants

New cast: Season two’s line-up for the military-style competition features a mixture of famous and controversial participants

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