SAS Australia: Bonnie Anderson reveals the real reason she quit

Bonnie Anderson reveals the REAL reason she quit SAS Australia and the ‘fears’ that led to her decision


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Bonnie Anderson voluntarily withdrew from Wednesday night’s episode of SAS Australia after explaining she couldn’t continue the grueling course.

Now, the 27-year-old singer has revealed the real reason she left the show seven days later — and it stemmed from the very first challenge.

“Actually, from day two I played in my head that I wanted to go,” she said in an interview with Now to love.

The Why: Bonnie Anderson has revealed the real reason she quit SAS Australia and the 'fears' that led to her decision.  Pictured here with Chief Instructor Ant Middleton

The Why: Bonnie Anderson has revealed the real reason she quit SAS Australia and the ‘fears’ that led to her decision. Pictured here with Chief Instructor Ant Middleton

“From the moment I was given tear gas, I was always afraid of being treated with tear gas again and I thought, ‘I don’t want to feel that way anymore.’

The Masked Singer Australia star added that she was surprised by her response to the tear gas challenge.

“Honestly, I didn’t even know I had those fears. It was mentally difficult for me to process,” she continued.

'I didn't even know I had those fears': 27-year-old singer threw in the towel over fears stemming from the very first challenge when the celebrities were given tear gas

'I didn't even know I had those fears': 27-year-old singer threw in the towel over fears stemming from the very first challenge when the celebrities were given tear gas

‘I didn’t even know I had those fears’: 27-year-old singer threw in the towel over fears stemming from the very first challenge when the celebrities were given tear gas

Bonnie explained that she was overwhelmed with fear during the course and had pushed herself much further than she expected.

“I got to the point where I was really pushing myself beyond where I wanted to go anyway,” she said.

The musician confessed to trying to leave the show a few times, but the drill instructors wouldn’t let her because “they saw potential in her.”

Pushing Forward: The musician confessed to trying to leave the show a few times, but the drill instructors wouldn’t let her because “they saw potential in her”

Bonnie made the difficult decision to hand in her bracelet and withdraw from the selection course after the ice pit challenge on Wednesday.

Chief drill instructor Ant Middleton gave her a warm hug and said, “You’ve been amazing. Shame you’re going.

“Now you can start inspiring others and hopefully inspire yourself to become a better version of who you are, which I know you’ve been.”

He concluded, “I’ve seen a transformation in the past seven days.”

SAS Australia continues on Channel Seven on Monday at 7.30pm

Done: Bonnie made the difficult decision to hand in her bracelet and withdraw from the selection course after Wednesday’s ice pit challenge. Chief drill instructor Ant Middleton gave her a warm hug and said, “You’ve been amazing. I’m sorry you’re going

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