Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins fans were left baffled after becoming convinced Liz Truss had made an appearance on the final episode as an interrogator.

Some viewers were convinced Debs who has has a small stature and blonde bob just like Liz Truss was actually the under-fire Prime Minister.

Debs has specialist training in interrogation techniques and was seen using them on all the recruits.

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In a bid to to make them give up their cover story and admit they were training with the British Army she buried Maisie Smith and Calum Best alive in a box filled with sand.

Astonished viewers rushed to Twitter to claim they they had just seen Mrs Truss on the programme.

One person wrote: "Who knew Liz Truss was a special forces interrogator?!?"

"Liz Truss already moved on…. Now moon lighting on SAS: Who dares wins," a second said.

While a third joked that a scene which showed Debs squaring up to Calum, who is the son of footballer George Best, in the interrogation room a looked like "Liz Truss having a quiet word with Jeremy Hunt at Chequers."

Debs was trying to unpick the cover story given by seven recruits for "being in Jordan for a celebrity charity photoshoot".

In a bid to get under Calum's skin she referred to him only as the "son of George Best" and scribbled the words on his forehead.

The recruits were deprived of sleep for more than 30 hours, blindfolded and forced to listen to noises such as a baby crying, which are designed cause them mental torture .

In a bid to pick apart their stories Interrogators covered the recruits in ice cold water.

The remaining contestants were drilled by Debs alongside lead interrogator Dilksy.

In a bid to break them mentally, Dilksy screamed in recruit's faces and criticised their appearance.

In the end four of the recruits managed to complete the course – Strictly's AJ Pritchard, Ferne McCann, Eastenders' Maisie Smith as well as Calum.

The Prime Minister received fierce criticism on Friday after firing her chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng, after just 38 days in office and U-turned on tax policies introduced in his mini-budget.


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