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 September 25

by Carolina

Celebrity SAS viewers were fuming this evening (Sunday, September 25) as the show failed to “give screen time” to a number of celebrities. Fans of the brutal survival show saw the 12 remaining celebrities take on more challenges during the programme’s hour-long slot.

Tonight’s episode involved professional boxer Shannon Courtenay coming face-to-face with her anger issues, whilst former The Only Way Is Essex star Ferne McCann confronted her fear of the dark, when the recruits were forced to dive backwards into waters in the middle of the night.

Channel 4 aired the show’s fourth episode in the action-packed new series. After returning to our screens earlier this month, many have seen the celebrities share their own personal struggles as the undertook a number of personal challenges. However, some fans have, who have been eager to see a few of there favourite celebrities on their screen, have been left disappointed.

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A few had no choice but to take to Twitter to air out their frustration, as they believe some stars have been given “no screen time.” One viewer said: “Is the paralympian still there he gets no screen time at all #SASWhoDaresWins.”

Another chimed: “#SASWhoDaresWins if they don’t start showing more of the rest of the contestants I’m actually gonna be fuming like where are they at, I wanna see all of them, give @maisie_smith_ @MRAshleyCain and the rest of them some screen time.”

Whilst a third fan of the show wrote: “I wanna see more of Maisie Smith! I feel like they haven’t been showing all the celebs.”

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