The Jump, Channel 4’s injury-prone entertainment series, is back, and somehow the show has convinced another batch of celebrities to risk life and limb on the snowy slopes of Austria.
But which celebrities have already come off worse in the mad mountain challenge? Here is a (regularly updated) list of all the injured stars who have become victims of The Jump 2017.
The model and TV personality became the first casualty of The Jump, pulling out of the show before the first episode had even aired.
She’s staying positive though: “My knee will heal and If the show comes back next year I’ll be in it to win it.” More fool her…
Sir Bradley Wiggins
Just hours before The Jump 2017 was due to start, the series’ highest profile celebrity revealed that he had sustained an injury during training, but insisted while receiving treatment that “the show must go on”.
Wiggo managed to compete in the opening episode, but reports later emerged that he would be forced to pull out. Eventually he admitted that because of a fractured leg he would no longer be able to take part. To everyone’s confusion he still appeared in episode two, as he had already recorded some of the challenges.