Amy Willerton Fears Someone Could Actually Die On The Jump
The model is fearing for her life on the Channel 4 reality show
Amy Willerton says she fears a contestant on The Jump could die.
The model and TV presenter is one of 14 stars appearing on the Channel 4 show’s fourth series and thinks it is the one reality show that could legitimately kill a competitor (accidentally, of course).
The star – who is taking part after model Vogue Williams was forced to retire ahead of launch due to a knee injury – says The Jump is more taxing than I’m A Celeb which she competed in back in 2013.
She also thinks facing the challenges on the slopes of the Alps is far more intimidating than anything she faced in the Australian bush.
"Everything is done to prevent that happening but every time you go on The Jump, it's scary. You know what can go wrong. In I'm a Celebrity I was buried in a trench with thousands of critters, I had snakes on my face and I crawled through tarantulas and this scares me more," she said.
Sir Bradley Wiggins has also suffered an injury before the show officially started as celebs have been training in the European mountains in Austria.
Amy and Bradley are joined by Made In Chelsea’s Spencer Matthews, TOWIE’s Lydia Bright, model Caprice, athletes Gareth Thomas, Jade Jones, Jason Robinson, Kadeena Cox, Louis Smith and Robbie Fowler on the show.
Reality star Josie Gibson, comedian Mark Dolan, and journalist Emma Parker Bowles complete the line-up – while former X Factor star Jake Quickenden has also been training so he is ready to go should any of the main cast be forced to pull out due to injury.
In series three in 2016, seven contestants were forced to quit after suffering a variety of injuries and broken bones.
Let’s hope the 2017 stars have better luck!
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