Published On: Tue, Sep 14th, 2021

SAS Australia: Erin Holland is the second celebrity to quit the series

Erin Holland is the second celebrity to quit SAS Australia after being unable to carry buff Home and Away star Dan Ewing on her back during a back-breaking challenge


Erin Holland has become the second celebrity to quit SAS Australia.

The 32-year-old model and cricket WAG handed in her armband during Tuesday’s episode, after failing to carry Dan Ewing on her back around an assault course. 

Chief instructor Ant Middleton had given Erin the near-impossible task as a chance to redeem herself, after she failed to complete some exercises earlier in the day.

Out: Model and cricket WAG Erin Holland has become the second celebrity to quit SAS Australia

But after a number of failed attempts to lift the strapping actor, Erin announced that she couldn’t go on – especially knowing that the other recruits were being savagely punished with more gruelling exercises until she finished.

‘I can’t do that to them. I can’t,’ she said to Ant.

‘It’s the f**king right thing,’ he responded. ‘Look at them. 

Challenge: The 32-year-old model and cricket WAG handed in her armband on Tuesday's episode, after failing to carry Dan Ewing on her back around an assault course

Challenge: The 32-year-old model and cricket WAG handed in her armband on Tuesday’s episode, after failing to carry Dan Ewing on her back around an assault course

Impossible: After a number of failed attempts to lift the strapping actor, Erin announced that she couldn't go on - especially knowing that the other recruits were being savagely punished with more gruelling exercises until she finished

Impossible: After a number of failed attempts to lift the strapping actor, Erin announced that she couldn’t go on – especially knowing that the other recruits were being savagely punished with more gruelling exercises until she finished

‘They’re going to f**king suffer until you get your f**king casualty home. You’ve done the right thing.’

Prior to the gruelling challenges being filmed, Erin had explained to the camera that she never wanted anyone else to suffer because of her.

‘Fear of failing myself? That’s on me. If what I do impacts other people? I really don’t want to do that,’ she said.

Out: Despite her efforts, Erin was then seen walking away from the camp and heading home

Out: Despite her efforts, Erin was then seen walking away from the camp and heading home 

Fair: Prior to the gruelling challenges being filmed, Erin had explained to the camera that she never wanted anyone else to suffer because of her

Fair: Prior to the gruelling challenges being filmed, Erin had explained to the camera that she never wanted anyone else to suffer because of her

‘I don’t want to make anyone’s life harder than it needs to be in here.’

She became the second to leave the competition voluntarily, after Brynne Edelsten quit after just six hours a day earlier.

SAS Australia continues Wednesday at 7.30pm on Channel Seven

Gone: Erin became the second to leave the competition voluntarily, after Brynne Edelsten (pictured) quit after just six hours a day earlier

Gone: Erin became the second to leave the competition voluntarily, after Brynne Edelsten (pictured) quit after just six hours a day earlier

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