They're Not Celebrities Get Them Out Of There
 Except Jason Donovan.
Watching David Gest on the aforementioned reality rainforest-em-up TV show I can't help but wonder... he looks EXACTLY like Huey Morganfrom the Fun Lovin Criminals. Unexpectedly he sounds just like him as well. I think it **may** be him.
And whilst I'm talking about music-alikes, that Bones song by The Killers... doesn't it sound just like The Divine Comedy. Its not just that it sounds like Brandon Flowers has been replaced by Neil Hannon, but the entire band as well. With a guest keyboard player on secondment from Chucklevision soundtrack duties.
[Previous I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here lookalike - HERE]
Personally, I can't help but enjoy this sort of stuff. I just can't help it. You can't beat a bit of daily-dose infantalisation - it takes your mind off everything else that's going on in the world.
That said, Ant & Dec leavnig would be the death of it.
Likewise, its sister programme ("I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here Now", or something) is not in good health this time round. They've dropped the cosey knowingness of Mark Durden-Smith and Tara Palmer Tompkinson, and drafted in an abrasive shouty Aussie in London (Brendan Burns, wishing he was Russell Brand, in a thinly-veiled take on Big Brothers Big Mouth), and an inept and pointless presenter on location Down Under (Kelly Osborne, once again ably demonstrating her complete and utter lack of presenting talent). Rrrrubish.