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Celebrity SAS cast left puking and begging to leave after horrendous gas attack task
Channel 4's reality TV show Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins saw its celebrity line-up face a brutal first task.The task saw the group being tested on their ability to follow orders while being exposed to CS gas.The stars, including TOWIE's Pete Wicks and Ferne McCann, EastEnders' Maisie Smith and Love Island's Curtis Pritchard, were told to remove their gas masks, leaving them struggling for air.READ MORE: TOWIE's Pete Wicks in tears as he's forced to punch Jennifer Ellison on Celebrity SASThe stars were then filmed dribbling, gasping and gagging as they fought their way out of the chamber.Soldier Billy Billingham told viewers: "It's absolutely petrifying," as he watched the stars fight through the initial challenge.He said: "It's like being choked, strangled, you feel like you are dying."Pete Wicks was seen quickly ducking out of the chamber, whilst Ex On The Beach star Ashley Cain kept his eyes firmly shut as he navigated his was to the exit.The challenge appeared to be physically pushing for Welsh taekwondo athlete Jade Jones OBE as she doubled over once she'd made a break for fresh air.Despite her struggles and looking back on filming for the show, Jade said she "loved every minute" of her time on Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins."I think just a once in a lifetime experience. An amazing challenge, amazing test, and I got to learn a lot about myself.
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SAS Who Dares Wins' Curtis Pritchard broke bone two days before Channel 4 stint
Curtis Pritchard was left mortified after breaking a bone, two days before he was due to join Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins.The former Love Island contestant and dancer, 26, is set to take part in the new series of the reality show.He will be joined by his former castmate from the villa, Amber Gill, as well as his brother AJ and other stars including sporting legend Fatima Whitbred and EastEnders' Maisie Smith.READ MORE: Love Island's Curtis Pritchard admits he and Tommy Fury barely speak anymoreThe Channel 4 show will see 12 celebrities head to the desert where they will be put through arduous tasks, designed to push their physical and mental limits.However, Curtis, managed to cause damage to himself before filming even began.The dancer opened up about his embarrassing incident, saying: "I did have a small hiccup just before going in."Two days before going in, I accidentally stubbed my little toe and broke it. I was that embarrassed, I couldn't make a facial expression, couldn't make a noise, I just kept walking on it.His brother AJ said: "It was like a scene from Friends."For the latest breaking news and stories from across the globe from the Daily Star, sign up for our newsletter by clicking hereCurtis continued: "As everything was going through my head I thought 'I can't believe you've just done this before going on to a TV programme to do SAS Who Dares Wins.'"In addition, he was already worried about a previous shoulder injury, saying: "I had to make sure I kept stretching my rotator cuff had a slightly weak rotator cuff.
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Love Island stars who ditched reality TV for other jobs – doctor, politics and Bollywood
Love Island has introduced the world to huge stars including Dani Dyer, Millie Court and Megan Barton-Hanson, to name a few.Some have gone on to fame and fortune after their stints on the popular ITV2 dating programme, landing massive collaboration deals with brands including Boux Avenue, as well as launching their own podcasts, or popping up on other reality TV programmes.However, others have chosen to ditch reality TV completely.READ NEXT: Naked Attraction struggles to pair happy couples despite sex-mad guests and racy datesIslanders including Molly-Mae Hague have spoken openly about distancing themselves from the programme, with others choosing to do the same in recent years.Here, Daily Star takes a look at the Love Island stars who have ditched reality TV for new careers.Amy Hart rose to fame on Love Island 2019 but left the villa after Curtis Pritchard coupled up with Maura Higgins. Although she went on to appear on reality TV programmes including Celebs Go Dating and Hey Tracey, the star announced earlier this year that she wanted to completely ditch reality TV and move into politics.Speaking to The Sun, Amy revealed that she wanted to write a politics book for "the Love Island generation" and become an MP."I think I could be a relatable MP – something a lot of them are not," said Amy."I think integrity and compassion is missing in politics and I can bring that."She added: "A lot of people think that politics doesn’t concern their lives so making it easier to digest is important."Many of my friends don’t vote as they think politics doesn’t concern them.
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Love Island fans notice huge change for Ekin-Su after brutal recoupling
Love Island fans were thrilled for Ekin-Su when she finally got her morning coffee brought to her in the villa - after missing out on the brew for days.It is something of an island tradition for the boys to bring their ladies a coffee every morning - a ritual famously taken on board by past islanders like Anton Danyluk and Curtis Pritchard.Ekin-Su had loved getting her coffee from Italian hunk Davide, but he stopped bringing her the beloved cuppa last week before they broke up.The brunette bombshell even broke down in tears after Davide stopped bringing her the caffeine fix she "adored" - showing it meant a lot to her.However, ITV viewers noticed the actress was finally in luck as she received a cup of coffee from Scottish lad Jay Younger on Sunday night (June 19).It happened the day after the villa was forced into a savage recoupling which saw new boy Remi dumped from the villa, and Ekin-Su choose to ditch Davide for Jay.Fans flocked to Twitter to point out the special coffee-related breakthrough during the episode.One wrote: "Ekin-Su finally got her coffee in the morning then."A second said: "Ekin-Su got that coffee, love that for her", whilst a third penned: "wake up babe, ekin-su finally got her morning coffee xx."Another reckoned Jay watched the episode where Ekin-Su broke down after Davide stopped bringing a coffee to her.They claimed: "Jay definitely watched the episode where Ekin-su had a meltdown over coffee hahaha".She burst into tears in the beach hut after Davide stopped making her coffee.She said: "Every girl here has their morning coffee by the guy they are coupled up with and it would be silly for Davide not to bring my coffee that I always adore, especially the one that he makes.
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Love Island's biggest bombshells – Maura Higgins lolly suck to Chloe Burrows voice note
Love Island has been on our screens for a little over a week and we've already seen six bombshells enter the villa.From Gemma Owen's ex-boyfriend Jacques O'Neill joining the islanders to straight talking Ekin-Su Culculoglu who isn't afraid to go after the guy she wants.Needless to say the bombshells this year are already shaking up the Spanish villa and fans can't wait to see who else will be thrown into the mix.It's no secret that the late entries in the show shake up the islanders as they become more settled in their couple over the weeks.We've seen some pretty memorable bombshells moments in the villa throughout the past seven series from Maura Higgins' finger suck to Chloe Burrows' voice note.Daily Star has taken a look back at some of the most iconic bombshells to enter the Love Island villa across all previous series.When Maura entered the villa on day 10 in series five, she made her presence known.She was reality TV gold the second she walked in as she wasn't scared to rile up the original girls who watched her feed Michael Griffiths dessert from the balcony.The Irish ring girl had her eyes set on boxer Tommy Fury who squirmed when she asked if his partner Molly-Mae turned him on as much as she did.Her flirty antics didn't stop there as no one can forget when she ate an ice lolly in a very suggestive way right next to the girls while giving Tommy the eye.
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Love Island's Amy Hart has sights set on marrying beau in 2023 after heartbreak in villa
Love Island's Amy Hart has revealed that she has her sights set on getting wed to her boyfriend next year.The 29 year old shot to fame in 2019 when she fell head-over-heels for Curtis Pritchard, before getting her heart broken on national TV.But finding love since her heartbreaking stint in the villa, Amy now has high hopes of getting hitched to her entrepreneur boyfriend Sam Rason, 33.With her heart set on getting married to her boyfriend in 2023, Amy's love life seems to be on the up.Speaking to OK! Magazine, Amy lifted the lid on her whirlwind romance with Sam and admitted that she can't wait to be selfish when she does marry.Explaining how she wants to put off having kids before getting wed, she said: "I'd love to get married first, just because I think then you can be truly selfish with your wedding if you get married first."Once you have children, all your priorities change. I'd love to get married next year."Amy went on to reveal how many kids she reckons she and her beau will have."We'll need to make a decision at some point about what we're going do first, but we'd like at least two."That doesn't leave us a long time and it will have to be back to back."She also added: "Yes, this is my happy ending."Amy even told her closest pals that she knew she would marry Sam after her second date.Sam "doesn't have a timeline" when it comes to their future, and has said that he wants the proposal to be a surprise when the time finally arrives.Letting him move in and giving him a set of keys, Sam moved into Amy's home in West Sussex just two months into the couple's relationship.
Curtis Pritchard (born 8 February 1996) is an English dancer and choreographer, known for his role as a professional dancer on the Irish version of Dancing with the Stars. In 2019, Pritchard appeared in the fifth series of the British dating reality series Love Island, finishing in fourth place.