Celebrity SAS: Teddy Soares and Montana Brown caught cheating in truth test

The former Love Islanders were caught out in a secret test to show how honest they are.

Teddy Soares, Danielle Lloyd, Siva Kaneswaran, Montana Brown, Matt Hancock, Amber Turner, James 'Arg' Argent, Zoe Lyons, Jermaine Pennant, Melinda Messenger, Gareth Thomas, Michelle Heaton, Gareth Gates, Perri Shakes-Drayton, Jon-Allan Butterworth MBE, Kirsty-Leigh Porter - Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins Series 5 (Channel 4)
Celebrity SAS tested the recruits for honesty. (Channel 4)

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Love Islanders Montana Brown and Teddy Soares failed the Celebrity SAS truth test and suffered the wrath of the directing staff when they were found to have cheated on a fitness task.

But while Brown admitted to lying straight away, Soares angered the staff even further by insisting that he had completed the wrong number of exercises by accident.

Elsewhere, a quarter of the remaining recruits crashed out of the show in one brutal morning that saw them all taken to hospital, while Gareth Gates rose to the top of the group.

What, how, and why?

Celebrity SAS's tough directing staff decided to test how trustworthy the remaining recruits are in this week's episode - and found the two ex-Love Islanders wanting.

In a circuits fitness test, recruits were given six exercises to repeat 20 times on rotation, with two of the exercises taking place out of sight of the staff to see whether the celebrities would be honest about completing them.

Teddy Soares tackles Matt Hancock - Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins. (Channel 4)
Teddy Soares had previously tackled Matt Hancock in Celebrity SAS. (Channel 4)

But Teddy Soares and Montana Brown both missed out large numbers of the reps when they thought they weren't being watched.

Staff watched back footage of the task and brought both the reality stars in to explain themselves, with Brown caving immediately and apologising for lying.

However, Soares tried to insist that he had no idea he hadn't completed the right amount, telling staff: "I f***ed up. I genuinely thought I did all the reps."

As they shouted "liar" at him, Soares said: "I am s*** when I'm counting reps."

Montana Brown
Montana Brown admitted to cheating. (Getty)

Both recruits were sent to stand in a river up to their necks as punishment while Soares still tried to say it had been a mistake.

Later, as he was grilled over his past, Soares told the heartbreaking story of how he had grown up with his beloved stepmother after his dad died when he was a teenager and his real mum had not made contact with him.

He tearfully said of being on Love Island: "Everyone was telling me I'd done well and I was a good guy, bar one person - my real mum."

Matt Hancock in Celebrity SAS Who Dares Wins (Channel 4)
Matt Hancock claimed he was honest. (Channel 4)

Soares added: "Who am I? Am I just Teddy from Love Island? I just feel lost."

He also asked: "Why would she not want to stick around? Was I not good enough?"

Meanwhile, disgraced former health secretary Matt Hancock took another opportunity to talk about how honest he is as he claimed he would never cheat on the task, saying: "I've had my integrity attacked on grounds that are totally unreasonable more than is fair."

What else happened on Celebrity SAS?

In the most brutal episode yet, a quarter of the remaining 12 recruits crashed out of the competition in one morning after being rushed to hospital.

Celebrities were split into two teams to race each other in a gruelling march lugging heavy objects and trudging through water, but three of them collapsed afterwards.

 Siva Kaneswaran attends the UK Gala screening of
Siva Kaneswaran was taken to hospital. (WireImage)

First, Paralympic gold medallist Jon-Allan Butterworth was shown struggling to control his breathing as a medic rushed in to help him cool down.

Next, viewers saw footballer Jermaine Pennant's eyes rolling as he tried to take in some sugar after the challenge, but had to have a medic called, too.

The third celebrity to collapse was The Wanted star Siva Kaneswaran, as the directing staff were told all three had to be taken to hospital, and had been withdrawn from the show.

James "Arg" Argent commented: "That's the game isn't it - everyone got beasted, but if you get ill you can't carry on."

Gareth Gates in Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins (Channel 4)
Gareth Gates won praise from staff. (Channel 4)

Gareth Gates had a strong week as staff congratulated him on aggressively taking over as team leader in the race from Kaneswaran, who struggled with leadership.

Gates said: "It takes a lot for me to lose my temper - however sometimes it does help with my speech impediment."

Telling the staff more about his stammer, Gates cried as he said: "School was hard. I was verbally abused, physically. Lads holding me down and shouting things like 'let's beat the words out of him'.

"I want to show that I'm stronger and hopefully this time I won't break."

He admitted: "I've got those horrendous scars there still."

Will we be back for more?

Now, nine recruits remain in the contest - but it doesn't look like things will get any easier for the celebrities.

In a clip ahead of next week's episode, screaming recruits were shown dangling from a harness on a high wire above the Vietnamese jungle.

We'll find out next week who managed to keep their cool and who had no head for heights.

Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins airs on Channel 4 at 9pm on Sunday.

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