Posted by sean on November 25, 2010 at 11:40 pm in Television with No Comments

I haven’t watched I’m A Celebrity for a few days. It wasn’t on yesterday due to some stupid football match involving Manchester United and I chose not to tune in this evening as I was watching something excellent on another channel.

Apparently everyone’s favourite dietician, the loveable Gillian McKeith is going a little mad…

In order to avoid facing creepy crawlies and undertaking any further Bushtucker Challenges, yet still pocket a vast sum of money at the end of the series, Gilly has started to make up some strange stories.

According to the tabloid press, which as everybody knows is the Gospel Truth, Gillian is pregnant. Yes, at 51 and with a face like a soggy tea bag, Gillian is allegedly ‘with child’.

Although she might not be… Apparently Dr. McKeith, who is about as medically trained as Dr. Dre, believes she is suffering from rabies – it would certainly explain the erratic behaviour and fear of water. However, I think despite sharing many similarities to dogs, Gillian has about as much chance of having the disease as she does of eating a spider sandwich.

It’s all a bit of fun (unless you’re Gillian). Still, I like the thought of Gillian McKeith pregnant, but I like the thought of her rabid too. But which is better? There’s only one way to find out… FIGHT!

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