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Alicia Molik apologises to Brynne Edelsten after the socialite left SAS Australia

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Alicia Molik apologises to Brynne Edelsten after her ‘showboating’ inadvertently caused the socialite to leave SAS Australia










She quit SAS Australia only six hours into the course.

And now Brynne Edelsten has received an apology from former tennis star Alicia Molik after her ‘showboating’ led to the socialite leaving the hit Seven series

The pair were being interviewed on The Morning Show with Larry Emdur and Kylie Gillies when Alicia apologised before the interview even began.

Sorry: Alicia Molik apologised to Brynne Edelsten after her 'showboating' inadvertently caused the socialite to leave SAS Australia

Sorry: Alicia Molik apologised to Brynne Edelsten after her ‘showboating’ inadvertently caused the socialite to leave SAS Australia

‘Brynne, I owe you an apology because it was the bee sting where you left, that was due to my action up in the helicopter,’ Alicia, 40, said.

‘So I’ve got to apologise for you going out early on day one – it was brutal,’ she added. 

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Brynne, 38, who was the first celebrity to leave the show, responded, ‘Yeah, it was so hard, I just couldn’t do it.’ 

Owning up: The 40-year-old former tennis star said to the socialite: 'I owe you an apology because it was the bee sting where you left, that was due to my action up in the helicopter'

Owning up: The 40-year-old former tennis star said to the socialite: ‘I owe you an apology because it was the bee sting where you left, that was due to my action up in the helicopter’  

Alicia was accused of not taking the course seriously when she was tasked with pulling herself along a ladder that was dangling under a helicopter.  

She was later ruthlessly grilled by chief drill instructor Ant Middleton, who subsequently ordered all 18 celebrities to do the bee sting challenge – which involves the competitors holding a push-up position while carrying their backpacks. 

This challenge made Brynne quit the show and hand in her number to the DS.

What happened: Alicia was accused of not taking the course seriously and was grilled by chief drill sergeant Ant Middleton, who ordered the celebrities to do the bee strong challenge, which led to Brynne quitting

What happened: Alicia was accused of not taking the course seriously and was grilled by chief drill sergeant Ant Middleton, who ordered the celebrities to do the bee strong challenge, which led to Brynne quitting

The socialite, who was previously married to the late Geoffrey Edelsten, admits she was disappointed the she didn’t go further on the course.  

‘You know what, I would have liked to have gone further, I was really bummed out that that was as far as I went, and as far as I felt as I could go,’ she said. 

‘Because I really wanted to do my personal best, even if it wasn’t as far as other people went, but I couldn’t I physically could not do it anymore.’ 

SAS Australia continues tonight at 7:30pm on Seven. 

'I was really bummed out that that was as far as I went': The socialite admits she was disappointed the she didn't go further on the course

‘I was really bummed out that that was as far as I went’: The socialite admits she was disappointed the she didn’t go further on the course

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