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SAS Australia drill sergeants enter quarantine before filming season two

SAS Australia drill sergeants enter quarantine before filming season two

SAS Australia stars Ant Middleton, Jason Fox and the remainder of the workforce flew Down Beneath this week forward of filming season two of Seven’s military-style present.

Ant and Jason posted about their travels on Instagram, whereas TV Tonight reported that fellow instructors Matthew Ollerton and Mark Billingham are additionally in Australia.

The web site stories that manufacturing will start subsequent month after the British drill sergeants have all accomplished their necessary 14-day quarantine.

It's back: SAS Australia stars Ant Middleton (pictured), Jason Fox and the rest of the team flew Down Under this week ahead of filming season two of Seven's military-style show

It is again: SAS Australia stars Ant Middleton (pictured), Jason Fox and the remainder of the workforce flew Down Beneath this week forward of filming season two of Seven’s military-style present

Chief teacher Ant, 40, who was simply axed from the British model of SAS, shared an image of himself in a aircraft en path to Australia.

‘Sit again, loosen up and benefit from the experience they are saying! I say stand tall, take dangers and luxuriate in being you,’ he captioned the publish.

‘I will make the choices round right here thanks very a lot! Make the week forward yours. Why ought to it’s anybody else’s!’

The road: Ant is also bringing his Mind Over Muscle tour to Australia and New Zealand in July

The highway: Ant can also be bringing his Thoughts Over Muscle tour to Australia and New Zealand in July

He added hashtags together with ‘Australia inbound.’

Ant additionally revealed with followers that he is bringing his Thoughts Over Muscle tour to Australia and New Zealand in July. 

‘By my time because the Chief Teacher on SAS Australia, I’ve come to like this pocket of the world and really feel very a lot at house right here,’ Ant stated on Instagram. 

He added: ‘I can not wait to work together with audiences and look ahead to sharing the strategies and experiences which have helped me take care of any scenario life has thrown at me.’

In the meantime, Jason shared an image of himself together with his baggage and wrote: ‘Normal final minute packing shenanigans! Right here we come Australia.’

Back to it: Meanwhile, Jason shared a picture of himself with his luggage and wrote: 'Standard last minute packing shenanigans! Here we come Australia'

Again to it: In the meantime, Jason shared an image of himself together with his baggage and wrote: ‘Normal final minute packing shenanigans! Right here we come Australia’

New season: Filming will reportedly begin next month. Pictured is SAS Australia star Candice Warner

New season: Filming will reportedly start subsequent month. Pictured is SAS Australia star Candice Warner

Earlier this month, Ant was axed from the British model of the present, SAS: Who Dares Wins over his ‘private conduct.’

He beforehand claimed he was dropped for ‘butting heads’ with the present’s workforce. 

A spokesperson for Ant instructed MailOnline: ‘Ant has labored on TV units around the globe for a few years and has by no means at any level been accused of talking inappropriately by anybody.

‘He has solely ever been knowledgeable of those allegations, which he wholeheartedly and emphatically rejects, through the media.

Axed: Earlier this month, Ant was axed from the British version of the show, SAS: Who Dares Wins over his 'personal conduct.' He previously claimed he was dropped for 'butting heads' with the show's team

Axed: Earlier this month, Ant was axed from the British model of the present, SAS: Who Dares Wins over his ‘private conduct.’ He beforehand claimed he was dropped for ‘butting heads’ with the present’s workforce

‘If anybody felt that he did say something verbally offensive we might have anticipated a proper means of evaluation however no such dialogue has ever taken place both through any of the networks he works for or through our bodies similar to Bectu.’ 

It got here following a report by The Sun that Ant was allegedly heard telling a contestant he wished to have intercourse together with her through his microphone throughout filming.

A supply claimed his remark had been meant to be in jest, however nonetheless prompted a member of the present’s manufacturing workforce to complain.

It was alleged he stated: ‘I will f**okay you after this.’

A supply added: ‘Feedback by Ant — whether or not made in jest or not — had been picked up by manufacturing and somebody complained. In whole as much as 4 ladies submitted issues to manufacturing bosses.

Making headlines: It came following a report by The Sun that Ant was allegedly heard telling a contestant he wanted to have sex with her via his microphone during filming

Making headlines: It got here following a report by The Solar that Ant was allegedly heard telling a contestant he wished to have intercourse together with her through his microphone throughout filming

‘On the superstar model of the present he made feedback to two feminine celebrities, each of whom weren’t single.

‘Everybody on the present was speaking about it amongst themselves. Employees at Minnow Movies, who make the present, say they’ve nonetheless obtained the audio of 1 alleged incident.’ 

A consultant for Channel 4 instructed the publication that measures are in place so any complaints from workers might be dealt with confidentially. 

Ant additionally denied claims of additional behaviour after it was reported 4 ladies had accused him of creating ‘lewd and suggestive feedback’ on set. 

Talking on Good Morning Britain earlier this month, Ant denied claims that he had made ‘inappropriate’ feedback to feminine workers which had been subsequently investigated by channel bosses.

He stated nameless complaints had been made about ‘oblique’ behaviour that was typical of the hosts’ army backgrounds and stated ‘snowflakes’ don’t belong on the set of SAS: Who Dares Wins.

Denying claims: Speaking on Good Morning Britain earlier this month, Ant denied claims that he had made 'inappropriate' comments to female staff which were subsequently investigated by channel bosses

Denying claims: Talking on Good Morning Britain earlier this month, Ant denied claims that he had made ‘inappropriate’ feedback to feminine workers which had been subsequently investigated by channel bosses

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