Star shares brutal aftermath of SAS

The former Miss World Australia left the reality show in Tuesday night’s episode as the second celeb to voluntarily quit after Brynne Edelsten threw in the towel on day one.Taking to Instagram the morning after bowing out, Holland showed followers just how tough the physical challenges were on her body, telling fans there were more tasks to endure that didn’t make it to air.“THE AFTERMATH,” wrote the model alongside snaps of her in a black singlet and undies with multiple bruises visible on her arms and legs.“A raw look at what a few days of selection looked like (plus a sore back from 90+ kilos on it),” she added, referring to the moment she was forced to carry actor Dan Ewing on her shoulders by the tough-talking instructors.“@sasaustralia is unlike anything I’ve ever experienced. It’s 24/7 – so many tasks that can’t possibly all make it to air! SO much respect for my fellow recruits still toughing it out in there – it only gets wilder from here..,” she said.Holland failed to keep up during the challenges on Tuesday night, leaving the other contestants forced to endure gruelling exercises set by instructors until she completed the course.Unable to continue after multiple attempts, the model eventually tapped out of the competition entirely, becoming the second celebrity recruit to voluntarily exit this season after socialite Brynne Edelsten left just six hours into the first day citing a knee injury.As she packed up her belongings, Holland made a heartbreaking admission.“Getting past feeling like a failure is going to be really big for me,” she said.“I always beat myself up with im not performing well or towards the front of the pack, even if it’s something that I have no right to be good at because it’s not one of my strengths.”She had earlier revealed that she was determined “not to be terrible” on the show in order to prove herself to the public.“I feel like I’ve been judged a lot of the time and people will expect me to be terrible, and I don’t want to be terrible.“My personality comes across as quite confident, but it’s completely the opposite,” she explained.“I worry that I’ve opened myself up to vulnerability by saying yes to something that I’m probably not physically ready for, but I also wasn’t ready to give up on an opportunity that was really going to completely change my life and I have no doubt that it will do that.“I wanted to try and take back a bit of that confidence and hopefully that helps me get past a few demons that I have as a vulnerable person,” she said of why she took on the challenge.SAS Australia continues tonight from 7.30pm on Channel 7

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