Horror moment 'shaking' TV presenter collapses on set as producers call for medics on new reality show | The Sun

THE Amazing Race Australia contestant Grant Denyer collapsed on the set of the reality series.

He was described as “shivering and shaking” after his collapse, which happened in view of his wife.

Australian radio presenter and media personality Grant, 45, is best known for hosting shows like The Great Australian Spelling Bee, Game of Games, and Dancing With the Stars. He’s also been a contestant on several reality shows, including Dancing With the Stars, I’m a Celeb, and the celebrity edition of The Chase Australia. 

Now, Grant is competing on The Amazing Race Australia alongside his wife Cheryl “Chezzi” Rogers. 

The adventure reality show follows Aussie celebs and their partners as they travel around countries such as India, Borneo, Malaysia and Cambodia in a race against the clock – and each other. 

This upcoming seventh season has an all-star line-up that also includes singer Cody Simpson’s sister Alli and their mum Angie, former The Wiggles star Emma Watkins and her sister Hayley and former Too Hot to Handle contestant Harry Jowsey and Love Island Australia contestant Teddy Briggs.


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The winning pair will receive $100,000 (£50,000) for their chosen charity.

But it seems that alongside unexpected travel adventures, the contestant Grant will face an unexpected health scare, too. 

The trailer for the upcoming season was released this week, and dramatic scenes reveal that Grant passes out on set and medics rush to help him. 

‘Can we get the medic? He’s shaking, he’s shivering,’ a voice can be heard saying, as Chezzi watched on. 

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It’s not yet known what causes Grant to pass out, but he seems to be in good spirits in recent Instagram posts, which include a teaser video for the upcoming season. 

Grant previously shared his excitement at joining the reality show in a social media statement. 

“The Amazing race is like everyone’s dream holiday, except with less sleep, exhausting running with enormous backpacks & chronic traveller’s belly,” he teased. 

Continuing, he said: “We have no idea where we’re going, what we’re doing and how to get there. It’s giving me chronic anxiety just thinking about it. I really should have chosen The Mask Singer, but those novelty heads look really hot & uncomfortable.

“Plus, my wife is with me on this one … and she makes a great travel pillow,” he joked.

Grant also noted that the series, which is filmed over a month, will be the biggest test of their relationship. 

He said: “If the last 14 years of marriage haven’t tested us already, this definitely will. Pray for us. Pray for our marriage!”

“Think of the children,” he joked at the end, referencing their three children, daughters Sailor Shelly, Scout Una, and Sunday Mary Mae.

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