"We realized that we made a big mistake and that the devil got to us and said, 'Get out of the jungle,'" Heidi told "I'm A Celebrity…" co-host Mylene Klass during the live portion of Wednesday night's episode. "We realized it's not even about us, it's about the charities and it's about the experience here and we really took it for granted."
As previously reported on AccessHollywood.com, the reality show couple from MTV's "The Hills" has been begging show producers to let them back in. On Wednesday, Spencer elaborated on why the twosome wants to rejoin the jungle dwellers including Lou Diamond Phillips, Janice Dickinson and Stephen Baldwin.
"I love all of those people and I think that they are amazing and I can't wait to learn from their experiences 'cause they all have such unique backgrounds," Spencer claimed. "I just looked at the whole experience the wrong way. I looked at it selfishly."
In fact, the couple, who quit on three separate occasions, used their brief time on the show's first two episodes to promote Heidi's upcoming line of dry shampoo subversively. The two berated their fellow jungle dwellers after former pro-wrestler Torrie Wilson and comedian Angela Shelton took the label off the shampoo bottle and played with it after the couple quit for a second time.
While on the show, Heidi and Spencer regularly kept the black canister in the camera frame, despite its lack of label.
On Wednesday night, however, the shampoo bottle was nowhere to be found as Spencer told Mylene, he had a psychological break during his first few days on the show.
"It took us until we were out of the situation to realize that we had lost our minds," he said. "That was so out of the body… Straightjacket, they shoulda brought in a straightjacket night one on me. I shoulda been in the white room."
Though Speidi are back in the jungle, they aren't back in the celebrity-filled camp and Mylene revealed that there are two conditions which must be met before "The Hills" couple can rejoin the competition officially — they must spend the night in the lost chamber, which is filled with creepy crawlies, and the cast must agree to allow them back in.
While the couple smiled and said they would endure a night in the lost chamber, the current cast did not appear interested in letting them rejoin after they learned about the Pratts wishes from show co-host Damien Fahey.
Lou called for a vote among the cast and only Janice, Stephen and former basketball star John Salley appeared to want the Pratts back. The rest of the cast – including newcomer Daniel Baldwin, the elder brother of Stephen – remained silent.
In related news, on Wednesday episode, Spencer's rant following the couple's third exit from the show was captured on tape and aired.
In the clip, he was caught comparing the Pratts to Brangelina.
"I live for being famous… We're over here with Brad and Angelina on fame level," he said while seated in the back of an SUV, his wife under his arm. "I would have never really lived in a jungle. I thought we were all chilling in your hotel, we'd come in the jungle, we'd make drama, we do these crazy stunts, we sleep on the cots for a little bit. No one told us we were really guinea pig torture rats."
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