‘Wish I wasn’t Shane Warne’s son’: SAS Australia recruits Jackson Warne, 21, makes heartbreaking admission about growing up in the spotlight during intense interrogation
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Jackson Warne is due to make a heartbreaking confession on Tuesday on the episode of SAS Australia.
During his upcoming hearing with the Directing Staff, 21-year-old son of the big cricket match Shane Warne will discuss his charge called ‘Warne’.
While Jackson wants his dad to be proud of his time on the show, he admits that he sometimes wishes he wasn’t seen as ‘Shane Warne’s son’.
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‘Wish I wasn’t Shane Warne’s son’: SAS Australia recruit Jackson Warne (pictured) will make a heartbreaking admission about growing up in the spotlight during interrogation
The Herald Sun published a preview of the interrogation for the first time on Tuesday, in which Jackson spoke openly about his ties to the Warne name.
“In some other reality or somewhere I wish I wasn’t“ Shane Warne’s son ”. I just want to be able to, ”says Jackson.
“It’s been pretty frustrating all my life … Whenever I walk into a room or meet someone, it’s always,” oh that’s Shane Warne’s son Jackson, “he explains.
It’s never ‘that’s Jackson’. I just want to be Jackson, ”adds the poker player in the upcoming interrogation.
‘It’s been pretty frustrating all my life’: Jackson said it’s hard to always be known as ‘Shane Warne’s son’ and just want to be known as ‘Jackson’
On Monday’s episode, Jackson told viewers that he did not consider himself ‘famous’.
‘I don’t consider myself a celebrity at all, I think my dad is clearly a celebrity. The last name Warne is a celebrity, but I don’t think I’m famous or anything. ‘
He went on to say that while he hasn’t had much ‘life experience’, he has signed up for SAS Australia to test himself, both physically and mentally.
While recruits aren’t often praised by Directing Staff on the show, drill sergeant Mark ‘Billy’ told Billingham Jackson that he was a ‘f ** king impression person’ after his marksman job.
‘You’re’ af ** king impression person ‘: While recruits aren’t often praised by Directing Staff on the show, drill sergeant Mark’ Billy ‘Billingham Jackson told him he was’ impressive’ during his marksman job on Monday’s episode
Cast: A total of 17 famous faces signed up for the intense SAS selection course, run by an elite squad of ex-Special Forces soldiers known as the Directing Staff
In all, 17 celebrities have signed up for the intense SAS selection course led by an elite squad of British ex-Special Forces soldiers.
Sydney-based PR queen Roxy Jacenko, 40, was the first to voluntarily withdraw from the series during episode one due to a pre-existing injury.
Convicted drug smuggler Schapelle Corby, 43, and former NRL WAG and glamor model Arabella Del Busso, 30, both left in episode two.
SAS Australia will continue on Channel Seven on Tuesday from 7.30pm
Tune in: SAS Australia will continue on Channel Seven on Tuesday from 7.30pm