19 October 2020 18:42
Sign up to FREE email alerts from Daily Star - TV Subscribe Thank you for subscribing See our privacy notice Invalid Email The hit TV programme Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins chiefs and producers of the show will no doubt be undergoing crisis talks after three stars of the show quit, just days after filming had started. It was confirmed that Swedish bombshell Ulrika Johnson had found the experience "too gruelling" and exited first but now it seems others have followed in her footsteps too. The Channel 4 programme that support's the Stand Up For Cancer initiative, later saw former Geordie Shore star Vicky Pattinson throw in the towel after she'd struggled to cope with some of the tasks. Following the departure of the I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! queen of the jungle and the final blow for the show, Jake Quickenden sustained an injury of which he was whisked off to undergo surgery.
(Image: SIPA USA/PA Images) Just days after filming began, the former iconic Gladiators presenter, 53, had to leave the show after suffering from an aggravating back issue. Despite giving it their all, Vicky, 32, and Jake, 32, soon followed suit, leaving producers in the lurk of how to get things back on track. A close TV source told The Sun Online: "SAS is notoriously the hardest show on telly and it pushes the celebs to their limits. (Image: Vicky Pattison/Instagram) "Ulrika was so keen but not long after it started she had a meltdown and quit. "She's had a back issue and it was evident she wasn't cut out for the tasks." Continuing to shed light on the chaotic situation that TV bosses now faced, the insider opened up about the other two stars of the show. (Image: Mike Marsland/WireImage) Alerting attention to the critical situation, the source spoke about the swift exit's of both Vicky and Jake, albeit it is unknown at this stage if the reality singer will return or not. They added: "Vicky also handed in the towel not long in. "On the same day she left, it turned into chaos as Jake pulled up in agony. "It's believed he could have torn a bicep. "Everyone hopes he'll return but it depends if he'll recover in time. It's not great losing people but it proves how hard it is." In spite of the recent run of bad luck, the show must go on as stars such as Loose Women's Saira Khan, 50, X Factor singer Alexandra Burke, 32 and ex footballer Kieron Dyer, 41, all continue to trogon on, refusing to give in to the pressure.