Rebel Wilson has joined forces with Ant Middleton and head to Mexico for another episode of his Sky show.
After the pair suddenly started hanging out together, there was speculation that she might get a grilling on SAS: Who Dares Wins.
However Sky has since announced that the pair will go on an emotional journey together for Straight Talking.
They will only be armed with a backpack and each other’s company, allowing for some deep chats about life.
Describing the episode, Sky said: ‘Ant travels with Rebel to Mexico, leaving the normality of everyday life to allow honest conversation and self-discovery.’
‘Conversation will be candid and revealing as the pair bond on their trip, with Ant discussing a variety of subjects relating to Rebel’s public and private life.
‘Rebel will get to open-up on the journey about experiencing press scrutiny; and likewise, gets to grill Ant on questions about his own background. The pair take on thrill-seeking ventures including buggy racing and deep-sea diving.’
No doubt the Pitch Perfect star will be quizzed about her recent fitness kick and relationship with new boyfriend Jacob Busch.
It comes after the 2019 launch episode featuring former One Direction star Liam Payne.
Taking to Instagram on Tuesday, the Australian actress didn’t reveal what they had been up to, only saying she had ‘survived day one’ with the tough-talking military man.
She recently told fans she was 3kg away from her goal weight.
Updating fans on her ‘year of health’, Rebel said: ‘This week was super busy but I got up super early 3 times (6am) and went on a hike… even did a couple of 100m sprints to get the heart rate even higher (although my “sprint” is probably someone else’s “slow jog”).
‘I felt proud of myself and now only 3kg’s away from my goal weight!’
Ant Middleton & Rebel Wilson: Straight Talking airs on Sky One in Spring 2021.
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