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Mark Jermin's I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here! blog: Thursday, November 29

By V_Jones  |  Posted: November 29, 2012

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SWANSEA stage school owner Mark Jermin has flown to Australia to support best friend Charlie Brooks in the hit show I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here!

Read Mark's blog here on thisissouthwales as he shares his experiences Down Under.

Thursday, November 29.

"It's an early start to watch the live show - Charlie has to choose which door to open and gamble alongside her jungle companion, darts Champion Eric Bristow.

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"We watch with our hearts in our mouths, despite being fully aware of the outcome and decision the contestants make. It is still a dramatic and very emotional scene to witness, especially Charlie's reaction when she learns that Kiki was behind the yellow door.

"David and Rosemary reveal that they had seen their loved ones when they arrive back at camp. The show concludes with Rosemary's eviction.

"Back at the hotel, there is a surge of excitement as a big booming voice fills the decadent marble lobby of the Versace - Rosemary has arrived!

"The whole hotel stands still... Wow! Rosemary is as formidable in person as she appears on screen! She dons her jungle attire and holding a staff like stick, like Moses parting the seas, and is greeted by her other camp mates who have already been evicted - Linda Robson, Colin Baker and Limahl - there is still no sign of Helen!

"The first question Rosemary asks Colin Baker is 'how much weigh did you loose?' he replied '12 kilos' to which Rosemary responds, 'Ha, beat you, I've lost more than 15 kilos!'

"The group chat and catch up, which has all been staged and the cameras catch all the action of the reunion. It's quite a coup as other residents in the hotel all gather to watch the strange before them.

"It is odd seeing the celebrities around the hotel and I go for a dip in the pool.

"Limahl, clearly a seasoned swimmer who decked out with professional swimming goggles and ear plugs, tells me he swims 36 lengths every day to keep in shape back home.

"After lunch we meet up with Linda Robson and her family, along with Joe Swash, his mum and sister, and all decide to go the local water park tomorrow.

"Kiki has been looking forward to this since we arrived and it should be great fun as there will be a crowd of us - we should have 'splashing' time!"

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