Heidi Montag Says The Devil Made Her Leave ‘Celebrity’

'The devil got to us and said, 'Get out of the jungle,' reality star explained.

Although Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt weren’t in most of Wednesday night’s “I’m a Celebrity … Get Me Out of Here!” after quitting the show Tuesday night, the twosome known as Speidi made their big return at the end of the episode, when the show went live.

“We realized that we made a big mistake and that the devil got to us and said, ’Get out of the jungle,’” Heidi explained on the show Wednesday night. “We realized it’s not even about us. It’s about the charities, and it’s about the experience here, and we really took it for granted. We want to win back everyone.”

Meanwhile, Spencer, who only a day before had been baptized in a river by Stephen Baldwin, said they decided to leave in a moment of insanity. “It took us until we were out of the situation to realize that we had lost our minds,” he said. “That was so out of the body … straightjacket, they shoulda brought in a straitjacket night one on me. I shoulda been in the white room.”

And despite the fact that Pratt had claimed to be “too rich and too famous” to compete alongside the likes of Janice Dickinson and Lou Diamond Phillips, he said he now realizes that if he participates in the show, he may learn something from them.

“I lost my mind. … I love all of those people, and I think that they are amazing, and I can’t wait to learn from their experiences, ’cause they all have such unique backgrounds,” Spencer explained. “I just looked at the whole experience the wrong way. I looked at it selfishly.”