Kyly Clarke counts down the days until she competes in celebrity challenge on Australian Ninja Warrior… after Jack Vidgen won $10,000 for his charity
She’s getting set to compete in a celebrity challenge on Australian Ninja Warrior.
And Kyly Clarke was clearly pumped for her appearance on the show on Thursday, as she counted down the final days until the episode aired.
The 40-year-old shared an image to Instagram of herself on the show’s set and wrote: ‘The count down begins • 4 sleeps to go till we all have a bit of a laugh.’
Kyly Clarke is counting down the days until her appearance on Australian Ninja Warrior
‘I don’t know about you but that first obstacle I plan on being an [old lady emoji]!’
It comes after Jack Vidgen was crowed the winner of Australian Ninja Warrior’s celebrity challenge on Monday night.
The singer, 25, won $10,000 his chosen charity, the Trish MS Research Foundation, after dominating a celebrity challenge on the show.
Jack competed against swimmer Emily Seebohm and footballer Archie Thompson in the competition.
The 40-year-old shared an image of herself on the show’s set and wrote: ‘The count down begins • 4 sleeps to go till we all have a bit of a laugh’
It comes after Jack Vidgen was crowed the winner of Australian Ninja Warrior’s celebrity challenge on Monday night
‘OH MY GOD I WON WTF?!’ a shocked Jack wrote on Instagram.
‘So stoked to have won 10k for my charity @trishmsresearchfoundation! I’m a ninja hehe,’ he continued.
Jack won after successfully running up to the Warped Wall and pushing the buzzer.
After his win, the singer told commentators Will McMahon and Woody Whitelaw, of the Will and Woody drive show on KIIS FM, what the money meant.
‘I don’t want to get emotional,’ he said.
‘It just means a lot. My dad has MS, so raising awareness just means the world. I can’t believe it!’
After his win, the singer told commentators Will McMahon and Woody Whitelaw, of the Will and Woody drive show on KIIS FM, what the money meant
On the new season of Australian Ninja Warrior celebrities will take on a new obstacle course for charity and for the first time teenagers will compete against adults.
Nine has revealed athletes as young as 16 and 17 will be part of the show’s revamped format, Attack of the Teens, reports TV Blackbox.
The teen Ninjas will face-off against fan favourites Zak Stolz, Fred Dorrington, Ashlin Herbert, Ben Polson and Olivia Vivian, among others, as they compete on the show’s famous over-sized obstacle course.
The new season of Australian Ninja Warrior premiered on Channel Nine and 9Now on Monday, June 27