SAS Australia's Jett Kenny clears up editing fail on Instagram

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Most people who watch reality TV know that not everything makes it to air, but SAS Australia contestant Jett Kenny decided to take it upon himself to fill in some blanks for his fans this week.

The 27-year-old, who is competing on the brutal show alongside 15 other celebrities, took to his Instagram last night to clear up an editing fail from Wednesday night's episode.

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Jett Kenny is one of the stars still competing on SAS Australia. Photo: Channel 7

During the episode, the stars were set a task that saw them plunged into water and forced to hold their breath for 40 seconds, before they were allowed to swim free. But while we saw Jett set out on the challenge, producers cut Jett's successful attempt.

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Taking to his Instagram stories, Jett uploaded a photo of himself in the driver's seat of a car about to be plunged into the freezing cold water.

He then added another snap of him celebrating, captioning the photos: "For those wondering, yes. I made it"

He also shared a second post, with a photo that shows him talking to directing staff (DS) Mark Billingham, with the caption, "Press square to Exit the Vehicle. IYKYK."

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Jett Kenny showed fans he did complete the challenge. Photo: Instagram/jettkenny

Jett successfully completed the challenge shortly after celebrity chef Manu Feildel decided he didn't even want to attempt it, and dramatically handed in his number to chief instructor Ant Middleton.

Ant had just been explaining the task to the recruits saying: "If you f**k this up, we will be dragging your carcasses out of the water and f**king pumping the water out of your lungs."

That's when Manu abruptly stood and decided to exit the show.

"I came on this course to prove something to myself, and I just realised I don't need to prove anything," he said afterwards.

"I've got a f**king good life. I've got a f**king good life, and I want it back."

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