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A couple days ago, I received an email inviting me to join a competition pitting bloggers against each other to win a trip to Costa Rica. Once there, the winner would then live blog from the set of NBC’s new celebrity reality show “I’m A Celebrity…Now Get Me Out Of Here!” Most of you are probably most familiar with the UK version of this show — where a  few months back we highlighted a incident involving a vegetarian celebrity and his refusal to eat a blended kangaroo penis. Yes, it’s that type of show.

Anyways, there are three rounds in this blogger death match. Round One is currently up — and you can see my entry and throw me a vote here. Of course, all of my competitors have equally fantastic entries, so please feel free to show them some love as well. (But not really.) Since we all know what can sometimes happen when television comes in contact with pristine natural locations (ahem, MTV, ahem), part of me headed to Costa Rica would involve assessing what kind of impact this production is having on the environment. Oh yea — and I really want to share a fireside chat with Rod Blagojevich’s wife, Patti.

Other participating celebrities include Heidi Montag and hubby Spencer Pratt, Stephen Baldwin, Janice Dickinson, former “American Idol” contestant Sanjaya Malakar, former NBA player John Salley, pro wrestler Torrie Wilson, and Lou Diamond Phillips.

Fingers crossed. Thanks for any love — and click here to vote!

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