What contestants surprised you the most when you saw the cast list?
Janice Dickinson: Heidi and Spencer. I just saw them the other day at the gas station. They're like, "Oh, the three of us, we have to pull together. We're only going to last three weeks anyway—we've got other things to do." And I didn't like that attitude because I'm in it to win.
Stephen Baldwin: I think I was most surprised by Sanjaya. You know, because then I met him and talked to him for about 10 seconds. I think he's going to be dead in five minutes.
J.D.: No, no, no, no, no, he's Indian, man—he's slum dog. They exist on, like, air.
Who do you think will fare better, Heidi or Spencer?
J.D.: I guarantee you 100 percent it ain't going to be Heidi wigging; it's going to be Spencer. I asked her that at the gas station. I said, "Hey, Speidi, which one of you is going to be the odd ball out?" And she goes, "Definitely him. He's never even done camping." Like she's a camper. She ratted him out. So, Stephen, we're going to get them. This one's going to be fun.
What luxury will you miss the most in the jungle?
S.B.: I have a friend who lives in Costa Rica, and he has an airplane, so I've already cut a deal with him. He's going to be air dropping Starbucks to me in the jungle.
J.D.: Stephen, they've got microphones on us, and they've got cameras under every leaf. You can't even let one rip—it's called flatulence—you can't even let it rip without every single monkey in the jungle going, you know, oonga boonga!
What scares you the most about being in the jungle?
J.D.: If a rat comes near me, I'm out of there. I mean the last time I did it, seriously, a f--king rat climbed on my cot and bit my fingers.
S.B.: There's something wrong with me. I kind of like when I get to go do something, and if I'm going to break my leg or something, then that's cool, whatever. The leg will heal. But I will say that eating gross stuff really sucks. So hopefully I won't have to eat too much gross stuff.
What charities are you playing for?
J.D.: Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS—that's the only reason why I'm doing it. I'm an AIDS activist, so it's all about finding a cure for AIDS.
S.B.: I'm playing for an organization called Love146 that's involved in human trafficking. It is all about the abolition of child sexual slavery.
I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! premieres Monday, June 1, at 8 p.m., on NBC.