Celeb SAS Who Dares Wins signs up grieving Ashley Cain, Calum Best and paralympian Jonathan Broom-Edwards


ASHLEY Cain, Calum Best and Jonathan Broom-Edwards are the latest stars to sign up to Celebrity SAS Who Dares Wins.

The famous faces will join EastEnders star Maisie Smith and face the tough secret selection course special forces recruits undergo.

Ashley Cain has signed up to SAS after the loss of his daughter
Calum Best will be taking part in the series

The new recruits will travel to the Isle of Raasay in the Scottish Hebrides to film in the coming weeks.

Reality star Ashley stands a good chance on the show having previously completed The Challenge.

The 31-year-old recently took part in a 1000 mile bike ride in memory of his late daughter Azaylia.

Brave Azaylia tragically died earlier this year aged eight months having spent most of her short life battling acute myeloid leukaemia.

Ashley will go up against reality TV veteran Calum Best, who is more used to taking part in dating shows.

The 40-year-old, who is the son of late footballer George Best, has starred in Love Island, Celebrity Big Brother and Ex on The Beach to name just a few.

They will be joined by Paralympian Jonathan Broom-Edwards, 33, who competes in high jump events.

He won gold at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games, having previously won silver at the Rio games in 2016.

Jonathan was born with congenital talipes equinovarus in his left foot, as well as problems with his right foot, a weak right knee and a muscular imbalance throughout his body.

A Channel 4 spokesperson said: “In the best traditions of the SAS, this mission is confidential. However, full details will be released when the series broadcasts next year.”

Singer Alexandra Burke, 33, Love Island’s Wes Nelson, 23, and Paralympian Aled Davies, 31, were the only celebs from 12 to pass the course in the Channel 4 show this year.

Gold winning paralympian Jonathan Broom Edwards is taking part this year

The show is notoriously tough for celebrities – Kerry Katona pictured here