Katie Price swoons as she recalls staring into Ant Middleton’s ‘nice eyes’ during SAS Who Dares Wins – The Sun
KATIE Price swooned as she recalled staring into Ant Middleton's "nice eyes" during SAS Who Dares Wins.
The Chief Instructor on the Channel 4 television series shocked fans when he barked at the ex glamour model – but Katie was distracted by his gorgeous blue peepers.
Katie, who celebrated her 42nd birthday today, might have left SAS Who Dares Wins early but she's got nothing but good things to say about her time on the show.
In her latest YouTube video – to be released on her channel tonight at 7pm – she recalls staring into the show leader's "nice eyes".
She says: "I was petrified. But I just remember looking into Ant's eyes. I don't know what it is but he has got nice eyes by the way."
She sings as she adds to viewers: "I was looking in his eyes!
The intense physical and mental challenges of the show pushed 42-year-old Katie to confront her recent traumas.
She quit after failing to hold a rock over her head for ten minutes, saying she “didn’t have the strength to keep holding” it because her "boobs were inflamed".
It followed an emotional interrogation with the Staff about how her life spiralled out of control last year.
But her confessions left SAS Who Dares Wins staffer Ollie Ollerton gobsmacked at what she had been through and he insisted she would benefit from returning to the course.
He exclusively told The Sun Online: "I don't get any say in the recruitment of who goes on the show.
"I think Katie could get so much from it I would like to see that happen, she would have to make some physical changes she would have to change her mindset.
"In a lot of ways to come back and gain from it. We provide the platform, you've got to meet us halfway.
"It was phenomenal to hear her role off a load of things that would be a single topic for any one person."
Quizzed on who his dream celebrity stars would be in an exclusive interview with The Sun Online, Ollie said: "I tell you what I would love Tyson Fury actually and I keep saying Gordon Ramsay. I would love to get him on and see what he can do.
"Piers wouldn't last two seconds, he is not, you know, he just wouldn't. Everyone says Piers Morgan but he'd be gone in the first ten minutes."
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