Kerry Katona has quit Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins after two episodes.
The 41-year-old left the reality show after struggling to complete a series of 50 pushups.
Sunday night’s episode say the recruits being put through their paces once more by Ant Middleton and his team.
The celebs were summoned outsider in the early morning where they are berated for failing to tie their shoe laces.
As punishment the group were ordered to do 50 push ups, with he first person to finish forced to stay upright until the last person had completed them all.
However Kerry was visibly struggling to complete the task.
Anthony 'Staz' Stazicker bellowed at her:"Get off your knees number one! If you don't want to be here, stand up.”
Kerry then stood up and removed her arm band, causing Staz to ask: "Are you sure you wanna be doing this?”
Kerry simply replied "Yes", before walking off and leaving the recruits to get on with the task.
After her departure, Kerry said: "It's been amazing. I have actually loved it. I've never looked at myself as a failure, but you kick yourself if you can't do something.
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"I might not have come in first but I've got from the bottom to the top and then back to the bottom," she joked.
"But then in the next breath I'll say it is what it is. If you don't achieve it – work harder.”
Fans weren’t impressed with the star throwing in the towel so soon and took to Twitter to voice their disappointment.
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One fumed: "Didn’t take much to crack Kerry Katona. How can she be proud of anything she has done? She did nothing.”
While another quipped: "Kerry Katona quitting after 2 push ups is iconic."
But despite being on the show a short time, Kerry had a tough time through training.
The former Atomic Kitten singer opened up about her relationship with her late former husband George Kay on last week’s episode.
When asked if the children witnessed her ex-husband being abusive, she said: “They heard the shouting. They saw the black eyes.”
“The worst conversation I ever had was when I had to tell my five-year-old that her daddy had died,” she added.
“I’ve got to do right by my kids, because they’ve been through so much already.”
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