PR guru Roxy Jacenko says she doesn’t care if viewers ‘LOATHE her’ on SAS Australia amid rumours she quits within days… as she reveals the contraband she snuck in to filming
She’s the PR guru who has made a career on being a no-nonsense entrepreneur.
And it appears Roxy Jacenko took that approach on board during her stint on SAS Australia, which airs on October 19.
On Saturday, the reality star, 40, told Perth Now she ‘really doesn’t care’ if people ‘loathe her’ on the show and claims her appearance was simply a ‘business transaction’ – amid rumours she drops out within a matter of days.
Not bothered! Roxy Jacenko, 40, (picured) said she ‘really doesn’t care’ if people ‘loathe her’ on the show SAS Australia, which airs on October 19
‘It’s not about trying to make the public like me… I don’t actually care what everybody thinks because the people with opinions know nothing,’ she said.
‘It was a business transaction, not about fame – they either like me or loathe me and if they loathe me, I don’t really care.’
Despite harsh rules banning any contraband from being brought into the gruelling challenge show, the glamorous blonde also revealed the one thing she just couldn’t resist sneaking in.
Cheeky! Despite harsh rules banning any contraband from being brought into the gruelling challenge show, the glamorous blonde also revealed the one thing she just couldn’t resist bringing in
‘I was told I couldn’t wear any make-up so I hid my concealer… but there certainly wasn’t any chance of putting that on my face,’ she added.
The television series follows Australian celebrities who are forced to undergo rigorous SAS training reserved for the country’s elite special forces.
It’s rumoured that Roxy leaves the show just days after joining, according to The Daily Telegraph.
Left:The report says that Roxy departed the series due to a ‘lack of comforts’ while Schapelle Corby struggled with the ‘fitness’ aspect of the gruelling new reality series
The report says that Roxy departed the series due to a ‘lack of comforts’, while Schapelle Corby struggled with the ‘fitness’ aspect of the challenging new reality series.
‘It was too much for them,’ a production source allegedly told the publication.
‘They just walked. Roxy wasn’t happy and Schappelle couldn’t keep up with the fitness,’ they added.
SAS Australia premieres on October 19 at 7:30pm on Channel Seven
Premiering on Seven next week: SAS Australia will put stars through their paces as they attempt to pass the selection process to join the Australian Army’s elite Special Air Service. Pictured: Schappelle Corby