It's official. Heidi and Spencer Pratt have left the island. And unlike the Oceanic Six (Lost spoiler alert!), in the case of Speidi it looks like it's for good.
After multiple attempts to quit, allegations of torture by NBC and a trip to the hospital, the gruesome twosome finally bailed on I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here - even though they were welcomed back into the competition Monday night.
The Hills stars were pretty much unanimously allowed back into the fold on the program after emerging from a night in the "Lost Chamber."
"No surrender, no retreat," Spencer Pratt could be heard screaming. "The only way we got through was praying, and Jesus delivered us."
But Speidi's alleged resurrection didn't win over everybody.
"I don't believe them for a second," newcomer Daniel Baldwin opined on Spencer and Heidi. "This is the wolf in sheep's clothing."
Even Daniel's brother Stephen Baldwin, a born-again Christian himself, thought Spencer was exhibiting a "spiritual hemorrhoid" in his zeal.
Heidi was hospitalized Saturday after a night in the shack, setting off a war of words between Spencer (who may sue), NBC (which will sue back), Stephanie Pratt (who says Heidi was tortured) and Speidi's publicist (who says no torture occurred).
From what we've gathered, it turns out Heidi came down with intense stomach pain and started vomiting, she hadn't eaten since the night before and, according to her fellow contestants, she wasn't drinking enough water, either.
"I threw up at least 10, 15 times last night," said the ailing Heidi Montag, who was hospitalized in Costa Rica and treated before being released.
Spencer added: "If Heidi is sick, then I'm sick because we are of one flesh."
Later in the episode, camp leader Lou Diamond Phillips informed his fellow celebrities (term used loosely) that Speidi would not be returning.
"They are no longer a part of this competition," he said. "They are gone."
Calling it the "best decision of their lives," Spencer Pratt confirmed they are leaving for good, and that it was the "best decision" of their lives.
"We gave it our all in the competition," he said.
"Now, it's about our health. At the end of the day, we went back in and proved it wasn't about us. This was a life-changing experience."
But not to fear, Speidi followers. NBC - surprise - had anticipated such an event. Heidi's sister, Holly Montag, is now coming aboard this week!