Heidi and Spencer Sent To 'Lost Chamber'

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Spencer and Heidi await their fate in the Lost Chamber
Speidi await their fate on I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here.
Imagine if The Hills was the sorta reality show were cast members could vote each other off.  Spencer Pratt would have been out of there the second he even dared to breath the same air as Lauren Conrad
 
Well, ever since Spencer and his new bride Heidi Montag decided it would be a great idea to head into the depths of the Costa Rican jungles to participate on I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here. . . it's been nothing but drama for the couple everyone really and truly loves to hate. They left the show after feeling that they were the only real "celebrities" on the show and some confusion on Heidi's part about why there was no time set aside for working on her tan. Well, they decided it was probably best for their image to return to the show yet the rest of the cast needs to vote on their return. Ready for this? While the couple awaits their fate, they spent the night in the 'Lost Chamber.' While in the pitch black cave, they were tormented by the sound of an acorn being dragged by a fishing pole along the floor and the feel of wind being blown on their backs by a small tube. Paul Telegdy, NBC's executive vice president of alternative programming, said, "When we cut the lights we have them on infared cameras and all we can say is you see two sets of very terrified eyes, blinking, google-eyed, terror struck!" He went on to say that they were praying vigorously. Heidi and Spencer Regret New Reality Show
 
The best part is Spencer claimed he dislocated his thumb while swatting a spider and demanded that they bring him a medic. When the medic asked Spencer if he could give the thumbs up sign—and he could—they decided he was fine and needed no help.
 
We'll find out on Monday night's airing of I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here if Speidi are allowed to stay on their Costa Rican adventure. One thing is for sure, this experience has proven that no matter where in the world Heidi and Spencer find themselves . . . drama always follows!
 
Photo Courtesy of Splash News

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