The reality TV star sustained a serious injury to his chest during the filming of adventure show 'Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins'.
The 40-year-old Atomic Kitten singer was the first contestant to quit the celebrity survival show, but said she is 'not ashamed'.
The ex Marine accused the show which made him famous of being inauthentic as he celebrated moving to the Australian version.
The former 'SAS: Who Dares Wins' star says getting cancelled will not be the end of his career.
The former soldier said he did not want to be a part of the show now the 'woke patrol have taken over'.
Channel 4 bosses have said they will not work with the former British army soldier again due to his personal conduct and values.
The father-of-five served four months in prison in 2013 and revealed when he was released he was so impoverished he could not afford milk for his family.
'SAS: Who Dares Wins' star Ant Middleton has appeared on 'This Morning' to defend his controversial comments about whether boys should cry.