HIS TV shows have seen him travel all over the planet, which might explain why Bear Grylls’ next mission sees him out of this world. The survival expert’s new project is taking five Scouts to camp on the surface of the International Space Station. The group will be filmed as they spend 12 hours in specially developed tents and sealed sleeping bags pumped with oxygen. Chief Scout Bear said: “The Explorer Scouts will need to show the true spirit of Scouting – resilience, teamwork and resourcefulness – if they are to pass the intensive selection process. “But by reaching for the stars, we hope to prove that Scouts truly can do anything.” The project will take two years to develop and the troupe’s “camp out” is set to take place on April 1, 2021. ExclusiveDAN AND DIRTY Caroline Flack, 39, spends two nights with rugby bad boy Danny Cipriani, 31 ‘VERY HURTFUL’ Geri Halliwell finally breaks her silence after Mel B’s lesbian sex claims ‘You are f***ing disgusting’ Pink slams trolls for commenting on her toddler son’s penis BOND GIRL DEAD Brit Bond actress Tania Mallet who starred in Goldfinger dies aged 77 GossipWannabe my lover Mel B ‘is dating… Read full this story
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