Manu Feildel collapses and cries while receiving tear gas at SAS Australia

Out of the pan and into the fire! Famed chef Manu Feildel bursts into hysterical tears as he gets tear gas at SAS Australia

He will appear in the upcoming season of SAS Australia, and Manu Feildel will certainly not be spared any hardship.

In an explosive new teaser trailer for the hit Channel Seven show, the 47-year-old celebrity chef is put to the test in several grueling exercises.

“I’ve been a chef for 35 years and it’s very similar to the military,” he said, adding, “Running kitchens is a stressful environment.”

Test his steps: he will appear in SAS Australia's upcoming season, and Manu Feildel will certainly not be spared any hardship

Test his steps: he will appear in SAS Australia’s upcoming season, and Manu Feildel will certainly not be spared any hardship

A montage of scenes from the upcoming series shows Manu crawling through the mud with a hood.

He has also been seen running and struggling under the weight of a sandbag, which he had to lift above his head.

Another scene saw Manu squint in terror after being given tear gas, before reluctantly jumping out of a helicopter.

Intense: In an explosive new teaser trailer for the hit Channel Seven show, the 47-year-old celebrity chef is seen going through a variety of grueling exercises

Intense: In an explosive new teaser trailer for the hit Channel Seven show, the 47-year-old celebrity chef is seen going through a variety of grueling exercises

Intense: In an explosive new teaser trailer for the hit Channel Seven show, the 47-year-old celebrity chef is seen going through a variety of grueling exercises

Heartbreaking: One scene saw Manu squinting in pain after being given tear gas, before reluctantly jumping out of a helicopter

Heartbreaking: One scene saw Manu squint in agony after being given tear gas, before reluctantly jumping out of a helicopter

Heartbreaking: One scene saw Manu squint in agony after being given tear gas, before reluctantly jumping out of a helicopter

“I really believe I have what it takes to succeed,” he said, adding, “I want to prove to my kids that anything is possible.”

After admitting that he was afraid of heights, he had Manu navigate a beam suspended just under a bridge.

In a confrontational scene, the former My Kitchen Rules judge burst into tears during an interrogation with the show’s intense directing.

Down and dirty: A montage of scenes from the upcoming series shows Manu crawling through the mud with a hood

Down and dirty: A montage of scenes from the upcoming series shows Manu crawling through the mud with a hood

Down and dirty: A montage of scenes from the upcoming series shows Manu crawling through the mud with a hood

Flying high: After admitting that he is afraid of heights, he had Manu navigate a beam suspended just under a bridge

Flying high: After admitting that he is afraid of heights, he had Manu navigate a beam suspended just under a bridge

Flying high: After admitting that he is afraid of heights, he had Manu navigate a beam suspended just under a bridge

Manu spoke about his experience on SAS Australia during an interview with Jonesy & Amanda from WSFM back in May.

‘It is very difficult to describe. I think it’s just not a TV show at all… It’s the hardest thing I could have ever done in my life,” he confessed.

While an official broadcast date has yet to be announced, the upcoming season of SAS Australia will begin sometime in September.

Heavy lifting: He has also been seen running and struggling under the weight of a sandbag, which he had to lift above his head

Heavy lifting: He has also been seen running and struggling under the weight of a sandbag, which he had to lift above his head

Heavy lifting: He has also been seen running and struggling under the weight of a sandbag, which he had to lift above his head

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