Celebrity Apprentice Star Samantha Jade Reveals Reality TV Show She REFUSES To Appear On: ‘I Could Never Do That’
She won the 2012 season of The X Factor Australia and returned to reality television this year on Nine’s Celebrity Apprentice.
But Samantha Jade has revealed that there’s one TV show you’ll never see her: SAS Australia.
The pop star, 35, said Thursday she wouldn’t last five minutes on Seven’s grueling military-style series for one reason.
Pop star Samantha Jade (pictured) has revealed the reality TV show in which she refuses to appear
She said Yahoo lifestyle she just couldn’t “fight anyone,” which banned her from some of the show’s challenges.
The little singer also revealed that she had been approached by ‘all’ reality shows, including I’m a Celebrity and The Masked Singer, and always said ‘no’.
She said there was a moment at SAS Australia that made her realize she couldn’t handle the selection course.
The singer told Yahoo Lifestyle on Thursday that viewers will never see her on SAS: Australia. She said she just “couldn’t fight anyone,” which banned her from some of the show’s challenges
Sam recalled how fellow singer Bonnie Anderson was ordered by the instructors to fight another recruit in a boxing match.
“She had to fight someone. And I thought, “I could never do that.” Imagine if I had to fight her? I love her, I couldn’t,” she said.
‘I mean, I couldn’t fight anyone, but I couldn’t do it’ That† That’s what turned me off. I was like, “I couldn’t do that, no way.”‘
Samantha recalled how fellow singer Bonnie Anderson (right) was tasked with fighting another recruit in a boxing match. ‘I thought, ‘I could never do that,’ said the Bounce star
While adamant she would never do SAS Australia, Samantha revealed that it had always been her ‘dream’ to represent her country in the Eurovision Song Contest.
Samantha’s comments come after she opened about the personal anguish she endured when she appeared on Celebrity Apprentice this year.
The Bounce hitmaker said she would return home exhausted and in tears after a day of filming the reality series.
She credited her fiancé, former Sony Music Australia A&R executive Pat Handlin, for guiding her through the rough times.
Samantha’s comments come after she opened up about the personal anguish she endured when she appeared on Celebrity Apprentice this year
“I feel for all the partners when we were filming,” she said Now to love† ‘Because the days are very long, and it becomes a bubble.
Pat would sit and listen to me for the millions of times I’d talk about what was going on [in the show]†
She said Pat reminded her that there was a world “beyond the show.”
The Bounce hitmaker said she would return home exhausted and in tears after a day of filming the reality series
Elsewhere in the interview, Samantha said she was very excited to represent the Cancer Council on Celebrity Apprentice.
The New Boy star has her own personal connection to the disease.
Her mother Jacqui Gibbs died of cancer in 2014 and she said she was grateful to be able to raise money to help other patients.
She credited her fiancé, former Sony Music Australia A&R executive Pat Handlin (right), for guiding her through the tough times