The appeal of “Special Forces: World’s Toughest Test” is seeing how celebrities used to luxe living cope in tough conditions. The show’s contestants bunk together in cold barracks, get called by a number instead of their name, have to obey orders without question, and push themselves to their physical and mental limits. To make it to the end, competitors also have to demonstrate a team mentality; troops must be able to rely on one another when their lives are on the line.
This combination of survival conditions and group dynamics often produces a tight camaraderie among military units. So it was with the stars of “Special Forces”: The finalists in Season 2 became a unified group, with Tyler Cameron and JoJo Siwa growing especially close. Even though Siwa withdrew from the game in the middle of the final interrogation session, she still came away with valuable lessons about her inner strength, and the experience made her determined to rearrange her priorities. It also bonded her with the finalists, including Cameron, who did make it through and impressed the Directing Staff enough to pronounce him fit to join their ranks. “I love you all and will have your back for forever,” she declared on Instagram.
The feeling is mutual for Cameron. Posting about his victory, he praised Siwa: “[Y]ou fought like hell and gave it your all. You had all of us in awe the whole time with your composure and leadership!”
Post source: The List