And just like he emerged victorious in the first season of The Bachelor by meeting his now-wife Anna Heinrich, punters reckon he also takes out the title of SAS Australia 2023 winner, thanks to a sneaky appearance at Seven’s Upfronts.
ICYMI: during last week’s nail-biter of an episode, Robards beat out athlete Anthony Mundine, after also kicking swimmer Stephanie Rice to the curb.
Given that Tim was the only SAS Australia star to appear at the Upfronts alongside Chief Inspector Ant Middleton, folks reckon this is a clear indicator that he wins this season.
Actually, I tell a lie. Abbey Holmes was also at the Upfronts, but she’s a commentator for AFL and AFLW, so that doesn’t count, IMO.
Other current contenders who are still on the show but failed to appear at the Upfronts include Craig McLachlan, Mahalia Murphy, and Matthew Mitcham.
At Seven’s Upfronts, the gang announced that a new season of SAS Australia is coming in 2024.
“New celebrities. More extreme conditions. More extraordinary tests of stamina and resilience from the real SAS selection process. #7upfront.”
Meanwhile, wondering how much each contestant copped to put their life on the line for SAS Australia?
Have a peek at our deep-dive into the salaries (spoiler: one contestant got paid more than the others!) plus a lil investigation into Cassie Sainsbury‘s wild terms and conditions.