CELEBRITY NEWS: A CUPPA URINE AND A 3 AM ICE BATH THE SECRET TO MADONNA’S HEALTH

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SINGER MADONNA shared a clip of her unusual post-show routine, which includes taking an ice bath and drinking a cup of her own urine. She posted the video on her Instagram TV page and Facebook last Sunday, November 17.

The 61-year-old singer is currently in the midst of her Madame X Tour, and documented her 3 AM ritual for fans on the social networking site.

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Dressed in a sports top and hot pants with rubber socks, Madonna can be seen to lower herself into the ice bath where she remains for just over a minute saying that it’s the “best treatment for injuries,”

Madonna’s choice of treatment is becoming increasingly popular and accepted among athletes in a variety of sports.

The method is however controversial, with a risk of hypothermia, and the possibility of shock leading to sudden death.

But if a dip into freezing water doesn’t feel challenge enough, the Vogue singer then proceeded to drink a yellowish liquid from a white teacup following her treatment.

Apparently her own URINE mischievously adding: ‘It’s really good to drink urine after you’ve got out of the frozen bath.’ Whether it was just a stunt to tease her fans is still unclear, however it is not the first time the star has used her own urine to aid in health related matters previously admitting to peeing on her own feet to ward of athletes foot in the past.

The peculiar documented 3 AM ritual comes following reports, according to the Daily Mail, that the singer wanted to have a cryogenic chamber aboard her private jet, to pump out -while on board – nitrogen vapour over her body at 200 degrees below zero Fahrenheit, but was unable to after a pilot told her it would be dangerous.

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