The West Suffolk MP stars within the present’s greatest line-up with 16 well-known faces, together with Gareth Gates, Melinda Messenger and James Argent, being put via their paces within the jungle section of SAS choice in Thung Ui, north Vietnam within the Channel 4 actuality present.
When requested what was occurring in his head throughout his competitors with Mr Hancock, Pennant stated he simply considered “not shedding”.
He added: “It most likely doesn’t matter in regards to the combat, then after that it was like don’t lose, it most likely doesn’t matter in regards to the combat… don’t (be on) the shedding aspect as a result of I’d not be allowed to stroll the streets once more.
“I used to be simply very grateful that I received and I saved face.”
The instructors have been requested about when former Particular Forces Operator and Royal Marine Mountain Chief Chris Oliver and Royal Marine Commando and Particular Forces Sergeant Jason “Cunning” Fox interviewed Mr Hancock throughout a portion of the present.
Teacher Mark “Billy” Billingham, who didn’t participate, stated the crew didn’t have “time” to get “the whole lot” they needed out of Mr Hancock.
He added: “We needed to get to actually know who he was going for… and his resolution making… and yeah, we pushed so far as we may to get it out of him
“I wish to know, all of us needed to know… and yeah, I assume a nation does wish to know, so we bought so far as we may with him however it was arduous work.”
Former United States marine Rudy Reyes stated he needed to get know Mr Hancock as “no one likes him”.
He stated: “I simply needed to take him as a recruit, and let his actions and the way he reveals up for every job and the way he conducts himself, that might dictate the way in which that I’d deal with (him) however we did discover fairly rapidly, he can’t take criticism and we don’t like that.
“There’s no time to bark orders… we’ve bought a coaching schedule, we’ve bought issues to do and that may get (us) thrown off beam and be horrible in order that’s why it comes throughout that manner.”
Mr Hancock misplaced the Tory whip over his look on I’m A Celeb… Get Me Out of Right here! and his earnings from actuality programmes have been revealed on the MPs’ register of pursuits.
His stint within the Australian jungle on the ITV actuality present earned him £320,000 final 12 months, of which £10,000 was donated to charity.
The MP stated he made donations to St Nicholas Hospice in Suffolk and the British Dyslexia Affiliation from his charge, including that the £10,000 he gave away was greater than his month-to-month wage as an MP which is round £7,000 per thirty days.
Mr Hancock, who has stated he’ll stand down on the subsequent common election, earned £45,000 for participating in Celeb SAS: Who Dares Wins.
– Celeb SAS: Who Dares Wins returns to Channel 4, on-line and on TV at 9.30pm on September 26 and continues on Sundays from October 1.