The SAS Australia cast for 2021 is here and it’s low-key kind of good. Why can’t they manage this kind of star power for any of our other reality shows? Not even Survivor Contenders vs Challengers had a lineup this good.

This season will see a mix of reality stars, athletes, actors, singers and even a former politician compete in gruelling and mentally challenging exercises.

Unfortunately, one of the contestants this year is controversial sportsman Sam Burgess. The former NRL player has has been accused of alleged domestic abuse and drug use, after a bombshell four-month investigation by The Australian.

Aside from Burgess everyone else seems unproblematic. So who else will be competing on SAS this year?

Brynne Edelsten

Ex-wife to Australian entrepreneur Geoffrey Edelsten and reality TV star.

Koby Abberton

Former professional surfer and member of surf gang the Bra Boys.

Bonnie Anderson

Singer/Songwriter, actress on Neighbours and winner of The Masked Singer 2020.

Isabella Cornish

Actress, known for her role on teen smash-hit Puberty Blues (as Vicki).

Dan Ewing

An Australian actor who has recently shot to fame overseas in the Netflix film Love and Monsters.

Manu Feildel

Celebrity chef and Pete Evans‘ much less chaotic and much nicer My Kitchen Rules other half.

Erin Holland

TV Presenter/model/dancer and former Miss World Australia.

Emma Husar

Politician and former Labor member for Lindsay from 2016-2019.

Jett Kenny

Australian ironman and model. He’s also the son of Olympic golden couple Lisa Curry and Grant Kenny.

Alicia Molik

Former Australian tennis player.

Pete Murray

Musician and heartthrob for women above 50.

Jessica Peris

Daughter of Olympic gold medalist and former medalist Nova Peris

Mark Philippoussis

Former professional tennis player and contestant on The Masked Singer Australia.

Jana Pittman

Australian athlete and former world champion 400m hurdler.

Kerri Pottharst

Professional beach volleyballer and an Olympic gold medalist.

Heath Shaw

AFL player for the GWS Giants.

John Steffensen

Former track and field athlete and Olympic/Commonwealth Games medalist.

Well, there you go. SAS news delivered from a Sas herself (me).