Nadine Dorries back to work after I'm A Celebrity exit
MP Nadine Dorries has already gone back to work after setting up an office in her Australian hotel room since being booted out of ITV's 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!' last night (21.11.12)
Nadine Dorries has already gone back to work after exiting 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!' last night (21.11.12).
The MP was the first celebrity voted off the hit ITV1 reality show, and says she immediately returned to work by setting up an office in her Australian hotel room.
Speaking on ITV1's 'Daybreak', she said: "There's been an office set up in my hotel room and I've already been back at work, actually. As soon as I got out of the jungle I was straight back to work.
"It's interesting, actually, because some of the emails and the stuff that I've seen while you've been overnight in the UK states that I'm not there for my constituents. Well actually, I worked right until the second I left and I worked all the way through the summer recess.
"I actually only had four days away during the summer when other MPs were abroad for four or five weeks at a time. I worked all the way through the summer."
The 55-year-old politician wasn't surprised to be the first celebrity voted out, but insists she enjoyed the show and would do it again.
She added to ITV1's 'This Morning': "I'd do it again tomorrow! I must be mad, mustn't I?"
However, one celebrity who won't be following Nadine into the jungle is comedian Johnny Vegas.
The 41-year-old star revealed he's been asked to appear on 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!' every year but he always happens to be food shopping when he receives the call and it convinces him he would rather just buy provisions at home instead of having to go through a Bushtucker Trial.
He joked to The Sun newspaper: "Every year I happen to be in the supermarket where I can buy stuff and I don't have to beg for it. You're shopping and they ring up and go, 'Would you like to do I'm A Celebrity?' You're like, 'Yeah but you see I'm here and I've got nine Twixes. I don't have to do a task'."