Model Erin Holland will join the 2021 season line-up of SAS Australia, according to a new report.
On Saturday, The Sydney Morning Herald claimed the former Miss World, 32, will be taking part in the intense military-training-themed reality show.
Also scheduled to compete is Olympian and 2013 Celebrity Apprentice runner-up, John Steffensen, 38, who, according to the newspaper, has moved from Melbourne to Sydney to begin filming on the program.
Ready to Rumble: Model Erin Holland (pictured) will join SAS Australia’s 2021 season lineup, according to new report
It comes after New idea claimed Channel Seven is courting a parade of controversial figures for the show, including disgraced chef Pete Evans, 48.
Late last year, the former My Kitchen Rules judge was dropped by 15 sponsors and companies within two days after posting a neo-Nazi meme on social media.
Also approached to appear is All Blacks star Sonny Bill Williams, 35, the magazine claims.
Fighting fit: On Saturday, The Sydney Morning Herald claimed the former Miss World, 32, will be taking part in the intense military-training-themed reality show
He also: Also slated to participate is Olympian and 2013 Celebrity Apprentice runner-up, John Steffensen (pictured) who, according to the newspaper, has moved from Melbourne to Sydney to begin filming on the program
Other names roaming around include cricketer Michael Clarke, 39, who, if cast, will battle his ex-wife, Kyly Clarke, 39, New Idea reported.
The couple, who share a five-year-old daughter, got married in 2012 and announced their divorce in February 2020.
Olympic simmer Ian Thorpe, 38, who has battled alcohol abuse and depression, is also ‘in talks’ to appear according to New Idea.
Cast? It comes after New Idea claimed Channel Seven is courting a parade of controversial figures for the show, including disgraced chef Pete Evans, 48 (pictured)
Incoming? According to reports, controversial rugby star Sam Burgess (photo) is also considering appearing on the program
According to reports, Sam Burgess is also considering appearing on the program after the NRL superstar broke up with wife Phoebe and found herself in a bitter lawsuit with her father.
The 32-year-old reportedly tested positive for cocaine and driving violations on the way to pick up his two children from his ex-wife on Feb. 22.
Burgess is expected to appear in Moss Vale court on May 4, where he will be charged with ‘driving a car, living for more than three months – not obtaining a permit’ and ‘using unregistered vehicle,’ according to NSW police.
Is he participating? Other names that have been overlooked include cricketer Michael Clarke (pictured)
Head to head: If cast, Michael will reportedly take on ex-wife, Kyly Clarke (pictured)
The former Rabbitohs captain has reportedly been eyeing a role on the blockbuster reality show and has been awarded $ 150,000 for the role, New Idea claims.
The Herald Sun claimed earlier this month, “Burgess has been approached and would consider signing up for Channel 7’s SAS: Australia.”
Others tipped by The Herald Sun to appear on the show include Brynne Gordon, the former bride of eccentric millionaire Geoffrey Edelsten.
Kick it: Also approached to appear is All Blacks star Sonny Bill Williams (pictured), the magazine claims. The rugby union player converted to Islam in 2009 after a stellar career including the infamous ‘toilet visit’ in 2007 with Candice Warner
Olympian Jana Pittman and former AFL player Heath Shaw are also mentioned in the possible line-up.
During the match, celebrities undergo grueling physical and psychological tests from an elite squad of ex-Special Forces soldiers.
The program has given participants with a controversial past – including WAG Candice Warner, PR queen Roxy Jacenko and drug smuggler Schapelle Corby – a chance at redemption.
Him too? Olympic simmer Ian Thorpe (pictured), who has battled alcohol abuse and depression, will also appear, according to New Idea