Ross Kemp Costa Del Sol Controversy. Tough TV star facing the biggest challenge of his career in Spain.
Ross Kemp Costa Del Sol Controversy
TV tough man Ross Kemp has filmed in some of the most demanding locations on the planet for his popular TV shows, which include Extreme World and Ultimate Force. His latest show could prove to be the biggest challenge of his career to date, and Costa Del Sol Update has an exclusive. This week Ross Kemp is on the Costa Del Sol filming “Ross Kemp: Four Days In Fuengirola”.
Impossible To Eat
The TV star has completed his first day of filming, and we’ve learned he’s already struggling to keep going. Ross says “It’s Day One, in Fuengirola, and the first thing that struck me is the smell. Raw sewage. It makes it impossible to eat. I’m going to be very hungry doing this show”.
Ross Kemp Challenges
Each day, Ross will face a series of challenges designed to push his survival skills to limit. We can exclusively reveal that today’s filming began with Ross trying to survive a Full English Breakfast in a popular sea front cafe.
Ross told producers “This was crazy. I ordered breakfast in the Old Bunion Sports Bar, I’ve never seen anything like it. The owner, an angry little man called Frazzle or something, was yelling at the people working there, then he started yelling at the customers, and he yelled at me. I managed to stay calm though and eat my frozen value range sausages and stale toast. It was terrifying.”
Whilst Ross was trying to eat his cool demeanour was challenged. Ross was approached by several British people who may have been on holiday. One shouted “Alright Phil, love énders”, another made a crude comment about Ross’ on screen mum Barbara Windsor, whilst another woman told him she loves his drum solo in “Another Day In Paradise”.
Driving In Fuengirola
Another challenge Ross Kemp faced on Day One was crossing the road. He said “I’ve been in war zones, filmed with rockets flying past my head, but nothing could have prepared my for trying to cross the road in Fuengirola. There were cars coming at me from all sides, and just when I thought they were stopping a crazy kid on a moped would come shooting towards me”.
Tomorrow, producers have lined up a driving challenge which will see Ross try to survive for several minutes behind the wheel of a hire car. Other challenges set to be filmed over the fours days include sending Ross into a bar full of Brits to order a drink wearing a T Shirt with “Brexit Til I Die” written on the back.
Ross will also be filmed trying to walk along the paseo whilst being offered trainers and watches at a special price, and he will have to get from one end of fish alley to the other without being dragged into a restaurant by an enthusiastic staff member.
Expats Outraged Again
Carlos Sobrevivir is a spokesperson for Fuengirola Unified National Guarded Unanimous Society. He says “This paints the town in an unfair light, they make it sound easy to survive here. This man from Coronation Street is in for a big shock.”
Not everyone is happy about this new TV show. Jack Bauer lives in Fuengirola but is originally from Birmingham. He says “Actually I’m not from Birmingham, I’m from Aston. This show is just wrong, it makes the place looks like a dangerous third world war zone. It’s ridiculous. I’ve lived here for three months and only had dysentery twice”.
Anne Fernandez runs a Facebook support group for Brits who are outraged mainly by Brexit. Anne says “I’m outraged you’d say that we’re mainly outraged by Brexit. One of my members was recently outraged by something that wasn’t Brexit related, though we didn’t take much notice and I can’t remember what it was. We’re outraged by this new TV show. It’s outrageous. To put a well loved British TV star into such a perilous and dangerous place is just irresponsible. An expert told me this only happened because of Brexit.”
Could you survive for four days in Fuengirola? Leave your comment below!
Written by Paige Turner, Costa Del Sol Update.