November 13th, 2012

WATCH: Nadine’s Bug Burial

An adamant Nads insisted she could handle being trapped in a coffin with 3,000 cockroaches and 5,000 crickets before her bug burial last night, telling viewers: “I’ve got to deliver. Got to win. Nothing’s going to stop me doing it“. Much to Guido’s disappointment she lasted for only four of the ten minutes required to win the challenge. All those people voted for her and then she left half way through…

Nadine has a chance to redeem herself this evening as she prepares to dine on something unpleasant. At least she’s winning the popular vote…

Video via ITV.

68 Comments

  1. 1
    Percy says:

    The BBC is beginning disciplinary measures against some of those involved in the decision to run a Newsnight report on care homes in north Wales.

    The poor old camera man gets the chop.

  2. 2
    smo­ggie says:

    But this is a woman who spent hours in the company of 650 leeches.

  3. 3
    Hank the Cat says:

    In a coffin with all them creepy crawlies bit like the HoC

  4. 5
    RSPCA says:

    Disgusting

  5. 7
    Hugh G. Rection says:

    Why are you such a supporter of this attention seeking harridan? Does Mrs Fawkes need to worry? I think we should be told!

  6. 9
    Jonny says:

    Talk about an awkward erection……

  7. 10
    Fifty shades of Mensch says:

    Typical, she lets her supporters down by giving up half way though and not seeing things through till the end.

  8. 12
    Hank the Cat says:

    Whats worse being in a coffin with hundreds of bugs or being in a coffin with Chris Bryant and Fatso Watson?

  9. 14
    Michael Fucking Parkinson says:

    I’ve met 100s of interesting people

  10. 19
    Believing in an imaginary sky daddy and wanting to nonce kids go hand in hand says:

    What is it with religion and perversions? Muzees and the 9 year olds they r*pe just like their prophet did, Christians and the altar boys they bugger.

    A former Church of England bishop has been arrested on suspicion of abusing eight boys and men in the late 1980s and early 1990s. The Right Reverend Peter Ball, who resigned in 1993, was arrested at his home near Langport, Somerset, earlier. He is being held over allegations of sexual abuse at properties in East Sussex and elsewhere.

    The 80-year-old is a former bishop of Lewes and bishop of Gloucester. Retired Church of England priest Vickery House, 67, was also arrested at his home near Haywards Heath, West Sussex, on suspicion of two sexual offences against two teenage boys in East Sussex between 1981 and 1983. A spokesman for Sussex Police said the allegations were being dealt with separately.

    • 24
      Believing in an imaginary sky daddy and wanting to nonce kids go hand in hand says:

      - said the k’iddie-f’iddling rabbi.

      • 27
        Believing in an imaginary sky daddy and wanting to nonce kids go hand in hand says:

        Er, I oppose all religion, mong.

      • 28
        AC1 says:

        Oy vey! Back to Hasbara training school for you, mr troll! The dumbest schmuck plebs can see through this shit!

        • 42
          Believing in an imaginary sky daddy and wanting to nonce kids go hand in hand says:

          Careful. Guido is very pro-I*rael. As we speak, your digital footprint has been passed to Mossad.

  11. 22
    Sherlock says:

    So. Which one is Ant and which one is Dec?

  12. 25
    Good Tweet says:
  13. 29
    Expert Opinion says:
  14. 33

    If this is what it really takes to prove you are an OK, right-on, down-with-it person in the UK, then I am so glad I emigrated.

  15. 37
    TV says:

    I’d forgotten how much shit there is on ITV. What the Hell is that program?

  16. 46
    this septic pile says:

    one doesn’t need to go to Aussie for buggery

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-20311843

  17. 47
  18. 49
    Riggsy Brown says:

    She’s quite a solid old lump in those shorts. Gonna have to find some new inspiration for those quiet moments alone! Suggestions welcome.

  19. 54
    Cressida's Dick says:

    Best line came from Eric Bristow:

    ‘She spends all her time trying to get people to vote for her but when she doesn’t want the votes, she gets them’.

    Or similar.

  20. 57
    Kernow Castellan says:

    Wow. A red-letter day. A posting mildly critical of Nadine.

  21. 58
    Mathers says:

    I don’t think you understand – you vote for the person you hate when selecting who to do the unsavory tasks, not the person you like.

    If the task was to snog Angelina Jolie then we’d all be voting for the totty.

  22. 64

    Reblogged this on Mole Valley, Epsom & Ewell Conservative Future and commented:
    For those who missed this last night!

    HLAD

  23. 65
    Da Bug says:

    It’s a bit unfair shutting her in with 3,000 cockroaches. Normally she only has to endure another 649 of them.

  24. 66
    Anonymous says:

    Sally Bercow is going to be the wild-card entry half way through…

  25. 67
    Anonymous says:

    Cameron, Clegg and Miliband are about to star in:

    “I’m a Useless Party Leader, Get Me Out Of Here!”


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