SAS: Who Dares Wins will have an all-female final for the first time ever as they face one of the toughest finales ever.
Viewers have seen how Paige Zima, Claire Aves, Cat Turnbull and Shylla Duhaney outlasted the men in the military challenge to become the remaining four on Sunday.
The final nine recruits will face a gruelling final challenge in two teams that are captured by an elite hunter force.
They will be brought in to be questioned by a specialist team of interrogators with over 40 years experience in war zones.
Over the following 12 hours, they will subjected to a variety of punishing interrogation techniques, as they use a cover story to hide their true mission.
In the most feared phase of the course, they willreceive severe punishments, including being held in stress positions, being buried alive and thrown in water tanks to force a confession.
Only four will make it through this phase to compete in a final gruelling sickener, deep in the Jordanian desert.
After the women emerged as the only ones to make it through the interrogation round — they sang Spice Girls songs back at camp to celebrate their Girl Power.
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Only one woman, Lou McCullough in 2019, had even completed the course before.
Paramedic Cat said: “It was very cool, unexpected. It was like, ‘Holy s**t, I’m still here.’
"And then you look left and right and it’s like ‘Wow, it’s all women’.”
Wellness coach and bodybuilder Claire said: “It was surreal.
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"I was looking around going, “Where’s the guys? Really?’. I was buzzing.
“We got back to camp and started singing Spice Girls songs.”
Student and former dancer Paige added: “To be able to look beside you and see it’s all women is a revolutionary feeling.
“The lovely thing is it might encourage some women, younger ones particularly, to think, ‘I can do that and I can be badass’.
"I started out in ballet and now I’m doing this. Ballet to badass, I love that.”
Semi-pro footballer Shylla revealed the men did not make it through the challenge of being buried alive.
“You can’t underestimate women just because we look smaller or might be physically weaker," she said.
“It comes down to mental resilience and whether you have the strength to keep pushing. We did.”
Cat added: “The guys, for whatever reason, couldn’t cope with being left in their own heads.
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"They are bigger and stronger and maybe they’ve relied on that. In interrogation, it’s about the mental game.”
Watch the final on Sunday at 9pm.
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