Saira Khan left with 'scars' after Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins

‘If I was asked to do it again, I would’: Saira Khan reveals she has been left with ‘physical scars’ after ‘life-changing incident’ on Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins

Saira Khan has revealed she was left with ‘lifelong physical scars’ after a life-changing incident during filming for Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins.

The former Loose Women star, 51, told the Daily Star Sunday: ‘I was left with lifelong scars, physical ones. Legally, I can’t go into much ­detail about it.

‘The show were great and supportive, but it has gone beyond that.’

Candid: Saira Khan has revealed she was left with ‘lifelong physical scars’ after a life-changing incident during filming for Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins

She added of her time on the Channel 4 show:’I look back and part of me is kicking myself, thinking, “Why did I do it to prove myself?”. Because I’ve now caused myself something that’s for life.’

Saira has now reached an agreement  with production company Minnow Films, with a spokesman saying: ‘Minnow Films and Saira Khan are happy to have ­resolved the concern raised.’ 

Saira insisted she had no regrets about taking part in the show, saying: ‘I’m absolutely happy to have taken part in Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins.

‘I had a life-changing experience on the show, for the better, and if I was asked to do it again, I 100% would.’

She also took to Instagram to declare there was ‘no legal action taking place between myself or Minnow Films.’ 

TV gig: Saira is among the 12 celebrity recruits being put through their paces on the gruelling reality show

Her say: She also took to Instagram to declare there was ‘no legal action taking place between myself or Minnow Films’

Saira is among the 12 celebrity recruits being put through their paces on the gruelling reality show.

She is joined by Kerry Katona, Ore Oduba, singer Alexandra Burke, Olympic gold medallist James Cracknell, former Premiership footballer Kieron Dyer and Ulrika Jonsson.

Former Love Island star Wes Nelson, TV personality Vicky Pattison, singer Jake Quickenden, Paralympic athlete Aled Davies and BMX and track world champion Shanaze Reade are also among the stars seeing if they have what it takes to pass the condensed SAS selection course.   

Saira has previously said of the experience: ‘There are things that I have done in my life to prove myself, that I am strong, brave, determined, and a go getter. 

‘But Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins was an experience which has changed my life for the better. It humbled me and I am grateful for the show for waking me up to my life and start enjoying and appreciating everything I have worked so hard to achieve. It’s been life changing.’

Speaking out: Saira recently spoke out about her shock exit from Loose Women seven months ago, citing online trolling as ‘horrendous’ while she was on the show

Wasn’t feeling it: The former panellist felt that her time on the show wasn’t empowering because of the abuse she endured online

Saira recently spoke out about her shock exit from Loose Women seven months ago, citing online trolling as a reason for leaving calling it ‘horrendous’. 

The star felt that her time on the show wasn’t empowering because of the abuse she endured online. 

Speaking to OK! Magazine, she told how she felt it became ‘toxic for women. It’s a show for women but I don’t feel like it empowered me.’    

She went on to say that she felt she was only ‘tolerating’ some of the women on the show, and that some she wouldn’t be friends with outside of a working environment. 

Saira then said that she does still keep in touch with Coleen Nolan, Ruth Langsford, Linda Robson, and Christine Lampard. 

Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins airs on Channel 4 on Sundays at 9PM.

Tensions: She went on to say that she felt she was only ‘tolerating’ some of the women on the show, and that some she wouldn’t be friends with outside of a working environment

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