Jett Kenny reveals the WORST of SAS Australia – and those weren’t the challenges

Jett Kenny reveals the worst of his time at SAS Australia – and it wasn’t the grueling challenges or arguments with Koby Abberton










Jett Kenny has revealed the one thing about SAS Australia that he literally couldn’t bear.

The 27-year-old model admitted that he hated the food served to the reality TV recruits so much that he lost eight pounds while filming.

“The selection of foods I eat isn’t great at the best of times,” admitted the self-described “picky eater” in an interview with the Daily Telegram.

‘Choice Eater’: Jett Kenny (pictured) revealed the one thing about SAS Australia he literally couldn’t stand: the food served to recruits

The son of Uncle Toby’s spokesperson Lisa Curry also revealed that he actually can’t stand eating oats.

“I’m not an oats fan,” the ironman said, saying his favorite food would be McDonalds.

In fact, Kenny rated the food below the physicality of the show’s grueling challenges and his notoriously irritable relationship with co-star Koby Abberton.

Prickly: Kenny ranked the food even lower, the physicality of the show's grueling challenges, and his infamously irritable relationship with co-star Koby Abberton

Prickly: Kenny ranked the food even lower, the physicality of the show’s grueling challenges, and his infamously irritable relationship with co-star Koby Abberton (pictured right)

Punching: Jett recently hinted that his encounters with Koby weren't the only tensions simmering behind the scenes

Punching: Jett recently hinted that his encounters with Koby weren’t the only tensions simmering behind the scenes

“We’re opposites and we clashed here or there, but in the end we got along,” he said of the surfer, begging those who attacked Abberton and his family online to leave them alone.

Jett recently hinted that his encounters with Koby weren’t the only tensions simmering behind the scenes.

The son of sports greats Lisa Curry and Grant Kenny said in a recent interview on radio in Queensland that one of his fellow recruits had blocked him on Instagram.

Feud: Kenny revealed that one of his SAS Australia co-stars blocked him on Instagram after confronting them with their 'links to a troll account' that targeted him in 2019

Feud: Kenny revealed that one of his SAS Australia co-stars blocked him on Instagram after confronting them with their ‘links to a troll account’ that targeted him in 2019

Jett didn’t name the celebrity who blocked him, but said he suspected they were linked to a troll account targeted at him when he was on Dancing with the Stars in 2019.

‘I’m not going to say who it is… I was on Dancing with the Stars, and Lilly [Cornish, his dance partner] and I got kind of bad messages from someone who said we were bad people,” he explained.

Jett claimed that the troll account was followed by a celebrity who would appear on his season of SAS Australia.

After filming earlier this year, he spoke to the recruit in question about their links to the troll account, but they responded by blocking him on Instagram.

Rivals: Jett didn't name the celebrity in question, but said he suspected they were linked to a troll account targeted at him when he was on Dancing with the Stars in 2019.  He added that when he confronted his fellow recruit about the matter, they blocked him on Instagram

Rivals: Jett didn’t name the celebrity in question, but said he suspected they were linked to a troll account targeted at him when he was on Dancing with the Stars in 2019. He added that when he confronted his fellow recruit about the matter, they blocked him on Instagram

I got no response and was immediately blocked. I’m still blocked,” he said.

A cursory glance at Jett’s Instagram account reveals that he doesn’t follow Isabelle Cornish or Koby Abberton, but the other cast members.

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Jett for comment and clarification.

Who could it be?  A look at Jett's Instagram account reveals that he doesn't follow Isabelle Cornish or Koby Abberton, but the other cast members.  Daily Mail Australia does not suggest Isabelle and Koby are linked to the troll account Jett describes in his radio interview

Who could it be? A cursory glance at Jett’s Instagram account reveals that he doesn’t follow Isabelle Cornish or Koby Abberton, but the other cast members (all pictured)

Jett’s comments come days after he expressed disappointment at not getting enough airtime on the show compared to former NRL player Sam Burgess.

He felt he had no choice but to address his social media followers last Thursday after one of his pivotal scenes was removed from the show.

He shared a photo of himself in the driver’s seat of a car about to dive into icy water, alongside another photo of himself in the water with the thumbs up.

“For those wondering, yes, I made it,” he wrote.

SAS Australia continues on Channel Seven at 7.30pm on Wednesday

'For those wondering, yes, I made it': It comes days after Jett expressed disappointment at not getting enough airtime on the show compared to former NRL player Sam Burgess

‘For those wondering, yes, I made it’: It comes days after Jett expressed disappointment at not getting enough airtime on the show compared to former NRL player Sam Burgess

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