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Who won Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins 2020?

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CELEBRITY SAS: Who Dares Wins saw a host of famous faces put to the test for charitable causes.

Twelve celebrities were stripped of their status and forced to endure an intensive seven-day course in aid of Stand Up To Cancer - but who won the show?

Who won Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins 2020?

This celebrity spin-off of SAS: Who Dares Wins saw 12 celebrities put through their paces by Ant Middleton.

The famous faces embarked on a gruelling course in the challenging terrain of Scotland’s remote island, Raasay.

There were two winners on this year's show.

British Paralympic athlete Lauren Steadman, 27, and DJ Leon “Locksmith” Rolle, 33 were crowned joint winners.

Is there a prize for the winner Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins?

There isn't an actual prize for winning the show.

It is the pure honour of being crowned the winner of the show.

Ant will pick the celebrity at the end who has been triumphant.

Who won Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins 2019?

Ex-footballer Wayne Bridge was crowned the winner of Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins 2019.

The final episode saw the remaining recruits who survived the interrogation stage, climb the El Morado glacier in Chile which is 3,0000 metres above seawater.

Wayne was then revealed as the winner of the series.

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