The Challenge Australia: Brooke Jowett Is Pretty Sure She Has a Target on Her Back


Originally a spin-off from historic, game-changing reality shows The Real World and Road Rules, The Challenge has grown into one of the most popular and long-running competition shows of all time. Thanks to it’s ever-changing format and variety of players with influential followings, the show has earned a rabid fan base that follows the game’s inevitable twists and turns.

And now, in 2022, we have The Challenge Australia, hosted by the charismatic sports commentator Brihony Dawson.

The Challenge Australia will see 22 of Australia’s biggest names across the entertainment, sports and reality worlds, descend on Buenos Aires, Argentina, and into the most unpredictable and demanding game of their lives.

Challengers will be randomly be paired to clash head-to-head in extreme physical contests, test strategies, survive eliminations and cut-throat alliances, to win challenges and eliminate their opponents. And if that wasn’t enough, they’ll also have steamy hook-ups, messy exes and fractured friendships to navigate. We’re living for the inevitable drama!

With a whopping $200,000 cash prize and a ticket entry into the first ever The Challenge: Global Championship, only one female and one male competitor will have the perfect combination of physical, mental, and social skills to reign supreme.

One of the challengers on The Challenge Australia 2022, is qualified fitness professional and popular media personality, Brooke Jowett.

Best known for her physical efforts on Australian Survivor: All Stars, Brooke has grown a strong social engagement over the past few years, launching her own activewear range JRSY, plus becoming a Master HIIT Trainer.

Brooke signed up for The Challenge Australia because she knows she’s a tough competitor, and wants share her abilities with the world.

“I performed well on Survivor, but I want to prove that it was not a fluke,” she says in a press statement, “So I’m giving it my all.”

“My biggest strength, is that I can build genuine relationships extremely quickly, and when I meet people I can instantly make them feel like they can trust me. My weakness is that I am a physical threat, which will put a target on my back.”

And while she claims to be a “sit back, eat popcorn and watch it all unfold” kind-of-girl when it comes to drama, she also says she’ll get involved if necessary.

“As much as I hate drama, I am the kind of person that will stick up for what is right.”

Brooke sounds pretty unbeatable, but how will she do with the unpredictability of The Challenge Australia?

The Challenge Australia airs at 7.30pm on Network Ten on Mondays and Tuesdays. Catch up on 10 Play. 

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