Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins finale sees three celebs pass the process

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Photo credit: Minnow Films - Channel 4
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Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins came to an end tonight in a final episode that saw the remaining five celebrities put through an intense interrogation to see if they would "crack".

The show started with 12 celebrities leaving their comfortable homes and lifestyles behind to travel to the Inner Hebrides in Scotland and put through tough challenges by ex SAS members.

The 'recruits' had to prove themselves worthy, but seven of the celebrities withdrew early either voluntarily or due to injuries they'd sustained.

Photo credit: Minnow Films - Channel 4
Photo credit: Minnow Films - Channel 4

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Only Paralympian Aled Davies, X Factor's Alexandra Burke, Love Island alum Wes Nelson, rower James Cracknell and TV presenter Ore Oduba remained on the programme.

As the final began, a number of interrogators were sent in to try out enhanced interrogation techniques on the recruits and get them to reveal why they were on the island. The techniques included verbal assault, stripping them naked, dousing them in cold water and more.

Cracknell became the eighth celebrity to leave after sustaining a head injury during the interrogation process.

The celebrities fared very well in the interrogations, with the instructors watching the interrogation and commenting on their progress.

Photo credit: Pete Dadds - Channel 4
Photo credit: Pete Dadds - Channel 4

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Eventually, it was Nelson who 'broke' first and told the interrogators their real 'mission' in the Inner Hebrides, while Oduba held out the longest. He was criticised for this as holding out could mean putting themselves in a dangerous situation, and so he became the ninth person to leave the show.

Burke, Nelson and Davies were the three remaining contestants, all of whom eventually confessed to the interrogators, which instructors said was "the right decision".

All three of them were congratulated for "successfully completing the course," therefore passing SAS selection, with instructor Ant Middleton saying that they all had "honesty and integrity".

Channel 4 has confirmed that there is no prize for the winners, besides pride from completing the brutal selection process, but the celebrities did get paid for their time on the show.

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