Celebrity SAS star Ant Middleton gives fans thumbs-up as he and Ollie Ollerton arrive in Australia to film spin-off
SACKED SAS: Who Dares Wins star Ant Middleton has been noticed heading to Australia to film the spin-off collection with previous present favorite Ollie Ollerton.
The ex troopers lugged their circumstances by way of Sydney airport after flying Down Under through Dubai.
Australian Border Patrol and Defence Forced personell escorted the pair who’re due to enter a compulsory quarantine lodge.
Before boarding a coach a beaming Ant, 40, flashed a thumbs up to fans and grabbed Ollie for a fast embrace, after recruiting him to work on SAS: Who Dares Wins Australia.
Earlier dad-of-five Ant – who was jilted by Channel 4 following an incident on the civilian model of Who Dares Wins – shared a smiling picture from the clouds whereas having fun with the luxuries in top notch.
He tagged Ollie, 49, in the snap and wrote: “Recognise your value.
“Ollie Ollerton… last laugh. Onwards and upwards.”
The Sun first revealed that Ollie, ever current for the reason that hit present launched in 2015 and integral to its success, was changed final yr in a variety drive.
The navy veteran had fashioned a part of the intimidating workforce of Directing Staff alongside chief DS Ant, Jason “Foxy” Fox and Mark “Billy” Billingham who pushed recruits — members of the general public and celebrities — to their psychological and bodily limits.
Speaking about his exit on the time he informed The Sun: “I’m disappointed and shocked at the same time because we had record viewing figures.
“Five years ago we put our heads above the parapet for the first time ever – threatening our security as former members of the Special Forces – to bring that show to fruition. I expected that loyalty to be reciprocated. It clearly wasn’t.”
Ant was sacked from SAS: Who Dares Wins this yr after it was revealed he’d used “inappropriate comments” throughout filming for the civilian collection of SAS.
During an finish of yr evaluate a feminine member of the crew raised considerations in regards to the feedback and Ant was later given the boot.
Channel 4 stated in a press release he wouldn’t be returning and stated the choice was “solely based on his personal conduct off-camera and is not related to his on-screen persona as a DS.”
A consultant for Ant stated the allegations he’d made such feedback have been mistaken and insisted he was “always disciplined and utterly professional”.
But the TV hardman insisted that making inappropriate remarks is “not in his nature”, and he would not do it even when his inhibitions have been lowered.
“I can get as drunk as a skunk and that’s not in my nature, that’s not who I’m.
“My family knows that and my wife knows that. I’m more of a boys’ boy – let’s f*** off the chicks and go and have a drink with the lads.”
The former particular forces sniper additionally lashed out at “victim mentality taking over”, moaning: “My career could be cancelled if I wasn’t who I am. I’m too far gone and too long in the tooth now to be completely cancelled.”
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