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Love Island stars 'sign up' for Celeb SAS - as instructors prepare to 'push them mentally'

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Two Love Island stars may be packing their bags and signing up for a very different type of adventure, as it has been reported they are lined up to appear in this year’s Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins.

According to The Sun, the two ex-Islanders competing in the series known as TV’s toughest reality show will be Chloe Burrows, who appeared on Love Island in 2021, and Adam Collard, who was on the dating series in 2018 and 2022. "Bosses were thrilled to sign Chloe and Adam as they have a huge fanbase from Love Island, so it helps hook that demographic into the show,” a source told The Sun. "Like most celebs, Chloe is out of her comfort zone doing a show like SAS but she wants to prove to herself that she can do hard things.

As for Adam, he’s fit as a fiddle so should find the physical challenges easier than some, but the SAS crew will want to put him through it mentally too in the interrogations and get to the bottom of his cocky exterior." The pair won’t be the first Love Island stars to appear in the series – Camilla Thurlow, Curtis Pritchard, Montana Brown, Teddy Soares and Amber Gill have previously competed, while Wes Nelson won the series in 2021.

OK! has reached out to Channel 4 for comment. The celebrity version of SAS: Who Dares Wins is held to raise money for Stand Up To Cancer.The show has contestants experiencing a shortened version of the training that real Special Forces trainees go through, and this includes putting them in extreme environments, testing their mental and physical abilities and even subjecting them to tense interrogations.

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