Speidi's prayers have been answered: The couple, who quit I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here on Tuesday and later prayed on Twitter that they would be allowed to return, will remain on the show, Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt's rep tells TVGuide.com.
"Heidi and Spencer are still in the jungle and part of the show," Rick Rhodes said in a statement.
A rep for the NBC show could not immediately be reached for comment.
The fickle duo bid the survival-of-the-fittest show adieu — seemingly for good — on Tuesday's episode after threatening to throw in the towel twice on Monday's premiere. But after a few hours away from the Costa Rican jungle and the cameras, Pratt — who was baptized by Stephen Baldwin on Tuesday's episode — posted in a series of tweets that the newlyweds have seen the errors of their ways.
"The devil fooled speidi in to making an awful decision and we are praying to Jesus to get NBC to give us another shot to redeem," Pratt wrote.
Speidi have griped about the show's very un-Hollywood conditions since the premiere, in which Pratt was shown placing a call to NBC President Ben Silverman to complain.
On Tuesday's episode, the Pratts competed against each other in a challenge. Spencer Pratt helped earn a meal for the men's team, but that wasn't enough of an incentive to stay.
Telling his fellow contestants that he's "too rich and too famous" for the show, Pratt announced the couple would depart the jungle for the hills. The couple was chauffeured away, but were not seen boarding a plane.
I'm a Celebrity, in which the winner is awarded a cash prize to the charity of his or her choice, continues Wednesday at 8 pm.