The former reality star and ex-Royal Marine dissolved his company with debts over £2m.
The former 'Strictly' pro says even training for the SAS isn't harder than teaching celebs how to dance.
A dead ringer for the PM stopped in to grill the famous finalists.
The former 'Strictly' dancer said he couldn't get over feelings of guilt.
Smith is currently taking part in the latest series of 'Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins'.
The former footballer speaks about his family's trauma in this Sunday's episode.
The Towie star got stuck into throwing punches at the former US Marine.
The ballroom-dancing brothers are each other's toughest competition.
The reality star jumped from a helicopter into the sea and was knocked unconscious, breaking several ribs.
The former star of the show didn't hold back about his replacement.
The soap star jumped out of a helicopter and ended up with two broken ribs and bleeding on her lungs.
The gruelling survival challenge has some new recruits.
Calum Best found himself in a dicey scenario during the filming of 'Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins'.
The full-line up of celebrity recruits for the latest series of the Channel 4 reality show has been unveiled, including TOWIE's Ferne McCann and Pete Wicks and EastEnders' Maisie Smith.
The ex-Royal Marine said of his Channel 4 sacking 'They knew that I was going to jump so they pushed me first.'
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 Atomic Kitten singer reflected on some of the lowest moments of her life as she discussed her appearance on gruelling survival show 'Celebrity SAS'.
The former 'Loose Women' panellist has denied reports she is suing the makers of 'Celebrity SAS' after incurring a physical injury on the show.
The singer and reality TV star said the military interrogation and physical challenges of the Channel 4 show helped her find herself.
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 41-year-old reality star left the show minutes into the second episode.
She’s found herself once more – and it’s all thanks to jumping out of a helicopter backwards into deep water…