A guest on This Morning has impressed presenters Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford after demonstrating that she can lift items as heavy as 1 kilogram with her vagina.
Kirsty Wright appeared on ITV's daytime show after Gwyneth Paltrow's lifestyle brand Goop was forced to pay $145,000 (£112,000) in refunds over unproven claims regarding the benefits of its vaginal eggs.
The guest explained that after having three children and trying kegels, she began to use jade eggs to strengthen her pelvic muscles.
Kirsty showed a few nephrite jade eggs of various sizes. The idea is that you insert the jade egg into your vagina and then squeeze your pelvic floor to hold it in.
It wasn't actually until later when she looked into the idea of using her muscles to lift objects.
"I did a lot of research into it, and one day I stumbled across a video of Tatyana Kozhevnikova from Russia, a Siberian lady," Kirsty recalled. "She was swinging all kinds of things, gem stones, chandeliers... and I thought I need to know what she knows, how does she do that? So I contacted her."
Eamonn and Ruth then saw a number of videos of Kirsty demonstrating the strength of her vaginal muscles backstage. She is seen effortlessly lifting jars of Marmite, a can of beans, and a 2lb weight.
Ruth then asked: "Does it improve your sex life?"
"Oh yes, absolutely," Kirsty said. "This is about your vagina – not to necessarily please men. This is about you and your incontinence and your intimate muscle training.
"But my intimate life has significantly improved, because my confidence has improved and also I'm able to explore areas that I couldn't [before] like vaginal orgasms.
"Since I've used the egg, I've really done a lot of self-exploration, and a lot of women don't do that."
The interview ended with Kirsty gifting Ruth with a jade egg of her own.
This Morning airs weekdays from 10.30am on ITV.
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