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Mother Nature Too Much For Heidi And Spencer Pratt To Handle

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Heidi and Spencer Pratt have become the first celebrities to leave NBC’s new reality show “I’m a Celebrity . . . Get Me Out of Here” — but not because they were voted off. The two actually quit because they couldn’t hack it in the jungles of Costa Rica and wanted their imaginary self-important lives back. “We’re the most famous people in the world!” yelled Spencer at one point. Raise your hand if you have no idea who they are.

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[UPDATE: Turns out, Spencer and Heidi are still in Costa Rica and will be returning to the show tonight. The whole sheet thing at LAX was a ruse. More info here.]

Photo: Heidi and Spencer Pratt arrive at LAX from Costa Rica, covering themselves in black sheets after quitting the TV show “I’m A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here” in Los Angeles, Califonia today. | Photo credit: INF Photo

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