Ferne McCann recalls terrifying moment she nearly KILLED Callum Best in SAS Who Dares Wins stunt | The Sun

FERNE McCann has relived the terrifying moment she nearly KILLED Callum Best in an SAS Who Dares Wins stunt.

The reality star is currently back on screens in Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins.

Ferne has opened up about just how tough it was on the show – and how co-star Calum almost had a brush with death.

She said: "We got put into partners and mine was Callum Best and I had to break his fall.  

"He was abseiling off the top of a rock, it wasn’t a rock it was a giant cliff, and I had to break his fall to stop him falling all the way and crashing to his death. "

Ferne relived the nightmare task on The Netmums Podcast.

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She said: "If the DS hadn’t stepped up and broken his fall for me, Callum Best would have fallen to his death.  

"That was really hard for me and I beat myself up about it, but you have to let it go. "

"I was a big baby, but that was a justified reason, the fact that I could’ve killed someone, poor old Callum Best.  He’s a friend of mine and I’m glad he’s alive and well!"

Speaking about her time on the show where she broke down in tears about struggling with relationships, she said: "It’s designed to weed out the weak from the strong.  

When I was I there I thought this is the worse decision I’ve ever made. 

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"Every day I wanted to leave.

You will see as the series unfolds some handled it better than others.  We were all very different and everyone had our strengths and weaknesses. "

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