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Monday, November 28, 2005

Frost Report: Day 8 

If Britney Spears wasn't too busy doing important motherly type stuff such as organising a nanny and deciding what make-up best acheieves the natural look for a happily family magazine photoshoot, we'd sure she'd be able to offer Jenny Frost some advice on how to achieve success in I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here. "Why don't you do suh-in", being the pearl of wisdom most likely to be offered. Again it was a day of non-event for our 'favourite' Atomic Kitten 'singer', though she does have one fan at least, in the shape of Antony 'From Blue' Costa, who confided that he wouldn't be able to cope without having her around. His single minded support for Jenny seemed somewhat in doubt, however, when a few glasses of wine made their way into his bloodstream and he found himself unable to go five minutes without engaging Carol Thatcher in conversation. "You look fit", he confided to her, before staggering off to bed to sleep the heavy slumbers of the drunk.

Jenny was also appealing - in the pleading sense, rather than the physical one, naturally - trying to get the public to vote for her; "I'd like to stay here as long as possible", and who can blame her? After all, each day spent in the jungle is one more day she doesn't have to worry about the red phone bill waiting on her kitchen counter back home. "I want to see how long I can last before I have a complete emotional breakdown", she continued. If she wants to speed things along in that area, she'd do well just to sit down and have a think about all she achieved during her time with the Kittens.

Finally, Jen, Kimberly and Sheree went down to the pool to wash themselves. While the others modestly wore smocks, Jen was showing herself off in a bikini. Perhaps jungle fever is beginning to get to them, but Kim and Sheree found themselves admiring Jenny's figure. "If I had your body I'd be wearing a bikini too", said Sheree, while Kimberly went one step further and suggested that if she had Jen's body she'd be walking down the street dressed like that. If we had Jenny's body we'd be phoning up all our local theatres, enquiring about whether any of them were planning on putting on a production of Frankenstein in the near future.

If you want to keep Jenny on our screens in the vague hope that the law of averages means she'll find herself doing something entertaining, then you can either dial 09011 32 32 04 or you can text JENNY to 63334.