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I'm a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here! 

Ten celebrities are abandoned in the Australian outback with only minimal means of survival, in order to raise money for charity.
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Series cast summary:
John Lehr ...  Himself - Host 15 episodes, 2003
Caitlyn Jenner ...  Himself (7th Celebrity to Leave) 15 episodes, 2003
Cris Judd ...  Himself / ... 15 episodes, 2003
Melissa Rivers ...  Herself / ... 15 episodes, 2003
Lou Diamond Phillips ...  Himself 14 episodes, 2009
John Salley ...  Himself 14 episodes, 2009
Downtown Julie Brown ...  Herself (6th Celebrity to Leave) 14 episodes, 2003
Torrie Wilson ...  Herself 14 episodes, 2009
Sanjaya Malakar ...  Himself 14 episodes, 2009
Patti Blagojevich Patti Blagojevich ...  Herself 14 episodes, 2009
Damien Fahey ...  Himself - Host 14 episodes, 2009
Myleene Klass ...  Herself - Host 14 episodes, 2009
Janice Dickinson ...  Herself 14 episodes, 2009
Tyson Beckford ...  Himself (5th Celebrity to Leave) 13 episodes, 2003
Stephen Baldwin ...  Himself 14 episodes, 2009
Spencer Pratt ...  Himself 14 episodes, 2009
Heidi Montag ...  Herself 14 episodes, 2009
Nikki Ziering ...  Herself (4th Celebrity to Leave) 12 episodes, 2003
Maria Conchita Alonso ...  Herself (3rd Celebrity to Leave) 11 episodes, 2003
Frances Callier ...  Herself 14 episodes, 2009
Angela Shelton ...  Herself 14 episodes, 2009
Alana Stewart ...  Herself (2nd Celebrity to Leave) 10 episodes, 2003
Daniel Baldwin ...  Himself 12 episodes, 2009
Robin Leach ...  Himself (1st Celebrity to Leave) 9 episodes, 2003
Holly Montag Holly Montag ...  Herself 9 episodes, 2009
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Based on the successful British TV show of the same name, so-called "celebrities" leave behind their pampered lives for weeks of roughing it in a remote outpost of the inhospitable Australian rainforest. The celebrities live out in the open, sleeping on makeshift cots in primitive conditions and trading their gourmet meals for rice, beans and water. Viewers vote, by phone and Internet, to keep their favorite contestant in the camp; the one receiving the least number of votes each night is forced to leave. The lone, remaining celebrity at the end of the trial emerges as the King or Queen of the Jungle. Written by Anonymous

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ABC [United States] | news article

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USA | UK

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English

Release Date:

19 February 2003 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! USA See more »

Filming Locations:

Costa Rica See more »

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Referenced in Jeopardy!: Episode #26.149 (2010) See more »

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Nice guys can finish first
7 March 2003 | by tdepp-2See all my reviews

In the sad genre that is "reality" television, this show at least had a modicum of humanity to it. While several of the celebrities were the prima donnas you might expect, others seemed like genuinely good people. The three finalists, John Melendez, Melissa Rivers, and winner Chris Judd were not only liked by the voting public but also by their castaway peers. What set this show apart was that the program fostered cooperation among the participants and not guile. The living conditions did appear to be difficult because of the constant rain. The "Bushtucker" challenges were somewhat creative and not too far over the top. Further, if a celebrity was a jerk, the viewers could reward those who behaved with class and indirectly get rid of the whiner.

One issue I did have with the program was the depiction of smoking. Apparently to be a celebrity you also have to be a smoker. (Or perhaps the stress of celebrity-hood drives people to smoke?) However, if this was indeed what the celebrities did in their "down" time, I guess it was a part of the verite. One wonders if the tobacco companies had any placement rights. It's just odd to see smoking on US TV anymore.

Nonetheless, it was a harmless, escapist show with a number of charities receiving nice-sized checks in behalf of the celebrities. I would probably watch a second season.


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