A convicted drug smuggler, a controversial Bachelor and a PR maven: Here's the unique bunch set to sweat on the SAS Australia reboot

The all-star cast are already battling the elements - and each other.

By Woman's Day team
Seven's "secret weapon" to combat the cancellation of the Tokyo Olympics is a blockbuster and star-studded revival of popular '90s reality show Who Dares Wins.
But even before it began filming, the Aussie celeb version SAS Australia was thrown into turmoil because of COVID-19 travel restrictions.
Luckily, that hasn't stopped it from going right ahead.
According to reports, Seven has splashed millions on this reinvention of the popular 1990s reality show, which was co-hosted by cricket legend Mike Whitney and presenter Tania Zaetta, who have not been recruited to host this time around.
That said, we're confident in the new format - and even more confident in the tantalising cast - a literal melting pot of Aussie talent and social-influencers (both good and, er, not-so-good).
"This is [the network's] big ticket item for 2020 and has been kept top secret," an insider exclusively reveals to Woman's Day, adding that the cast members are being paid about $150,000 each to participate.
The celebrities will have to earn their big pay cheques, with the "recruits" expected to get down and dirty for military-style training.
It will see the contestants tackle a notoriously difficult program in some harsh environments, and will replicate the Special Air Service selection process.
Tania Zaetta and Mike Whitney hosted the original Who Dares Wins in the 1990s. Image: Supplied
And as the premiere date finally falls upon us, we thought it pertinent to take a look at each of the personalities who're about to go the extra mile on our screens.
From admirable sportspeople to some of the most controversial Aussie names of the last two decades - keep scrolling for everyone set to battle it out on SAS Australia.

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