Watch: Vogue Pushed to her Limits on New Bear Grylls Series

The things celebs do to be celebs, 'ey? If they are not struggling to survive in the Australian jungle, they are practically killing each other in the Big Brother house. An adventure with Bear Grylls may be a lot 'cooler' than any of the above, but it's just as physically and mentally demanding if the trailer below is anything to go by.

Vogue Williams and a gang of other celebrities are taking part in Grylls brand new series called 'Mission Survive', where he dumps them into a South American forest in what will be an epic 12-day survival mission starting February 20th at 9pm on ITV.


The other celebs taking part are former Voice of Ireland coach Jamelia, actor Laurence Fox, actress Emilia Fox, comedian Tom Rosenthal, former English rugby player Mike Tindall, Olympian Dame Kelly Holmes and Max George, from boyband The Wanted.

It’s not just survival of the fittest either, Bear Grylls is looking for much more from the eight celebrities; he wants to see resilience and an ability to endure hardships and learn fast. At the end of each programme Bear will eliminate one person, then at the end of the series, there will be three finalists and ultimately just one Mission Survivor.

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Speaking of why she decided to take part in the series, Vogue said; "I had got so used to life at home, I wasn’t doing anything to push myself out of my comfort zone. I felt I was getting a bit boring and I wanted to do something exciting. You don’t get more exciting than Bear Grylls! This has to be the most insane thing I have ever done. I also didn’t realise what it was going to be like. I thought we would be staying in a teepee tent!"

We reckon young Vogue could have what it takes, although if her face when she is asked to eat an insect in this trailer is anything to go by, maybe not...

It's all looks pretty full on though in fairness. Those C-listers really do work the hardest, don't they just?

Bear Grylls: Mission Survive begins on Friday 20th February at 9pm on ITV.

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