I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here USA Recap-Heidi & Spencer Quit
That didn't take long. After one episode, Heidi and Spencer Pratt have threatened to leave I'm a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here. The reality show stars, best known for faking their lives on MTV's The Hills, were apparently embarrassed by being seen with other D-list celebrities and quickly wanted off the show, even though Spencer recorded a song about it.
Shortly after arriving on set in Costa Rica, Pratt demands to talk to NBC executive Ben Silverman. During the phone call, he complains that he's a real star and shouldn't be seen with the likes of fellow contestants Torrie Wilson and Lou Diamond Phillips. "This cast is devaluing our fame," he screams at Silverman.
After the Pratts storm off, the rest of the cast members jokingly divvy up the remainder of the Pratt's belongings. When Spencer returns, he loses his mind and starts yelling at the comedy duo Frangela (I don't know who they are either. Here's the Wikipedia link. Maybe Pratt did have a point about being surrounded by sub-par celebrities).
Heidi then breaks into tears talking about Spencer's temper and explains that "he is new to Christianity."
Pratt needs to separated from Frangela by former NBA player John Salley. Of course, Salley was used to having to deal with petulant whiners, having spent much of his career playing alongside Bill Laimbeer.
Heidi and Spencer then start a feud with former WWE wrestler Torrie Wilson. Spencer hides her bag in the woods in an effort to seek revenge on her (yeah, Machiavelli has got nothing on you, Spencer).
The "newly Christian" Pratt then led the group in a prayer and decided to stay after threatening to leave twice.
Update: According to TMZ, Heidi and Spencer Pratt officially quit the show for good. According to Perez Hilton, Speidi will be replaced by actor Daniel Baldwin, who will join brother Stephen on the show. Add in 30 Rock's Alec Baldwin and you have three Baldwin brothers appearing on the NBC network.