Jessika Power says she was FIRED from The Challenge ‘at the last minute’

Married At First Sight’s Jessika Power claims she was FIRED from Channel 10’s new reality show The Challenge ‘at the last minute’

Married At First Sight’s Jessika Power has claimed she was dropped from Channel Ten’s new reality show The Challenge Australia at the eleventh hour. 

Ranting on Instagram Stories this week, the OnlyFans star, 29, denied reports she quit the upcoming series and insisted she was actually boned in a last minute decision by producers.

‘I had my bags packed, everything ready and received a message from my manager stating that the American executives had made a creative decision to not include me on the show despite believing I am ‘good talent’,’ she wrote on Instagram Stories. 

Married At First Sight's Jessika Power, 29, (pictured)  has claimed she was dropped from Channel Ten's new reality show The Challenge Australia at the eleventh hour

Married At First Sight’s Jessika Power, 29, (pictured)  has claimed she was dropped from Channel Ten’s new reality show The Challenge Australia at the eleventh hour 

‘I was excited to be chosen to do the show and it was only a day before I was having Skype interviews with the casting director and speaking about opening outfits and filming location and leave dates,’ she continued. 

‘I’d completed my medical, background check and had my leave date for the show,’ Jessika added. 

However, another stint on Australian television simply wasn’t meant to be. 

Ranting on Instagram Stories this week, the OnlyFans star denied reports she quit the upcoming series and insisted she was actually boned in a last-minute decision by producers

 Ranting on Instagram Stories this week, the OnlyFans star denied reports she quit the upcoming series and insisted she was actually boned in a last-minute decision by producers

‘Everything had come back clear and everyone was happy but sometimes in TV these ‘creative decisions’ happen and that’s okay because it’s always an honour to even be considered [sic] let alone film a new television show,’ she wrote. 

Jessika was reportedly preparing to receive daily fee in excess of $1,000 to appear on the show,. 

Jessika’s claims about being fired contradict recent recent that she pulled out of appearing on The Challenge Australia after deciding ‘it wasn’t for her’.

'I had my bags packed, everything ready and received a message from my manager stating that the American executives had made a creative decision to not include me on the show despite believing I am 'good talent',' she wrote on Instagram Stories

‘I had my bags packed, everything ready and received a message from my manager stating that the American executives had made a creative decision to not include me on the show despite believing I am ‘good talent’,’ she wrote on Instagram Stories

‘Jessika would make more money sitting around at home filming content for OnlyFans,’ they said.

Daily Mail Australia has reached out for comment from Channel 10 in relation to these conflicting reports. 

Among those who did make the cut to star on The Challenge Australia include The Voice star Jack Vidgen, The Bachelor’s Kiki Morris, The Bachelorette’s Ciarran Stott and Married At First Sight bride Cyrell Paule. 

Jessika's claims about being fired contradict recent recent that she pulled out of appearing on The Challenge Australia after deciding 'it wasn't for her'

Jessika’s claims about being fired contradict recent recent that she pulled out of appearing on The Challenge Australia after deciding ‘it wasn’t for her’ 

Among those who did make the cut to star on The Challenge Australia include The Voice star Jack Vidgen, The Bachelor's Kiki Morris, The Bachelorette's Ciarran Stott and Married At First Sight bride Cyrell Paule (pictured)

Among those who did make the cut to star on The Challenge Australia include The Voice star Jack Vidgen, The Bachelor’s Kiki Morris, The Bachelorette’s Ciarran Stott and Married At First Sight bride Cyrell Paule (pictured)  

The series, which has been described as a cross between Survivor and Ninja Warrior sees contestants go head-to-head in the hopes of winning $1,000,000.

The Challenge first premiered in the US (pictured) in 1998 and has since had 37 seasons. 

Sources tell Daily Mail Australia producers have spent the past six months reaching out to cast members from past seasons of Australian reality shows in the hopes they say ‘yes’.

Bachelorette bad boy Ciarran Stott is also set to appear on the Channel Ten reality show

Bachelorette bad boy Ciarran Stott is also set to appear on the Channel Ten reality show 

‘Every notable personality reality star was approached,’ the insider revealed, before adding that story line producers are hoping Cyrell and Jessika will clash on the show,’ the insider revealed. 

‘They were desperate to try and make it work and willing to throw however much they needed to get them both in.’

Only one Australian has ever competed on The Challenge, Dee Nguyen, a former Geordie Shore alum. Dee competed three back-to-back seasons on the show, winning her second time around and claiming $250,000 in prize money.

The winners of the season will advance to The Challenge: Global Championship, where they will compete against the winners of Argentina, USA, and the U.K. to determine the first-ever Challenge world champion.

The Challenge first premiered in the US (pictured) in 1998 and has since had 37 seasons

The Challenge first premiered in the US (pictured) in 1998 and has since had 37 seasons

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