Posted by sean on November 25, 2005 at 4:52 pm in Television with No Comments

I’ve been off work all week on hol-i-day, didn’t go anywhere so really there hasn’t been any good excuse for my lack of blogs. In short 200+ of my old DVDs were taken away by a courier for sale, I went Christmas shopping in Bath, went to Ikea, ate and drank in a few pubs and wrapped up warm as it’s been bloody cold this week – even awoke to snow this morning.

In the evenings I have been watching I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here. This show has been going for four years but this is the first time that I have watched it. I really enjoyed Celebrity Big Brother back in January so thought I would give I’m A Celeb a go.

Last night Sherrie Murphy, the bird who died in Emmerdale and wife of ex-Leeds United superstar/Liverpool failure Harry Kewell undertook the Bushtucker Challenge. She had to use her hands, feet and mouth to retrieve stars from pits filled with eels, snakes, rats and worst of all (for an arachnophobic like me) SPIDERS!

I actually thought Sherrie would not go through with it. She cried when it came to jumping out of the plane and nearly shat herself when she saw a baby bird (what the fuck!?). Fair play to her though, she undertook nearly the whole challenge apart from the final bit where she had to go in a tank with crocodiles. She got further than me, I wouldn’t go anywhere near the spiders!

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