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Alexandra Burke urges people to consider SAS: Who Dares Win

Oct 31, 2021

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Alexandra Burke has urged people to take on SAS: Who Dares Wins after going through the process herself.

While opening up about the ordeal she went through on the show, the injuries she incurred, and the recovery she has gone through since.

Speaking to Daily Star while attending the Mirror's Pride Of Britain Awards on October 30, the singing sensation spoke about her experience on Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins, while urging everyone to take part if they get a chance.

Speaking with Daily Star exclusively, she said: "I looked like I was a lazy bugger but I had just trekked 10k up and down the terrace I would advise people to really consider that show.

"They do build you down to build you back up it changed my life I’m so much more confident now."

She went on to urge people to consider going on the show, saying: "I would advise people to really, really consider that show. I know I just made it sound terrible. Yeah, but it's more the mental strength as well as the physical.

"I just think the whole point of that course is amazing. It honestly it changed my whole life changed me as a person to I'm way more confident now.

"To even talk to people because I'm just like, You know what, you know, we're all worthy of great things. Men and women, we're all equal, we're all the same and people deserve to know that.

"Yeah, and I don't think in this day and age. I said humans have an opportunity to ever feel that we're so surrounded by so much social media, things that aren't real online and stuff like that.

"You forget yourself. Yeah. And that reminded me of who I am. And I'm just so pleased that I didn't expect that. I didn't I didn't even expect I just wanted to do it because I've always wanted to feel tough.

The X-Factor winner revealed that she broke her ribs, her ankle and then spoke about how she got hypothermia, saying: "Oh, it was horrendous but I would do it all again in a heartbeat. Whoa, I would do it all again in a heartbeat."

Recovering from the experience she spoke about her health and recovery, saying: "I'm able to run I wasn't able to speak and sing when I was broken ribs but you know it happened and they took care of us and here we are now looking to heel which is great."

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