EAMONN Holmes looked horrified when a mum-of-three with the “world’s strongest vagina” lifted a can of beans live on This Morning today.
Kirsty Wright was invited on to the show to encourage women to use eggs made of jade stone to strengthen the muscles between their legs.
Kirsty, who can hold 1kg of weight with her vagina, dangled a number of small and large eggs in front of a stunned Eamonn, 58, and explained: “After I had my third child at 42, who is now seven, I started to do running, and one day I was running along and I wet myself.
“One day I met this amazing women in Waitrose and we got chatting, she had just had a baby … She said, ‘Have you heard of the Jade Egg? You insert it into your vagina.”
Ruth looked fascinated and she fondled the smooth objects, but Eamonn pulled a number of hilarious facial expressions.
Kirsty added: “Vaginas are amazing, they are so flexible.”
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Baffled, Eamonn asked her: “But when did you start thinking, ‘I can swing things from this?’”
And Kirsty explained that she found a woman online who could already do it and asked her for advice.
She said: “She was swinging all kinds of things, I asked her, ‘How did you do that?’ I contacted her and said, ‘We need to know what you know in England.’ ”
Viewers were in absolute hysterics over the bizarre segment.
One fans said on Twitter: “Eamonn’s face is a picture” alongside a string of laughing emojis.
Another viewer added: “He is well and truly shook.”
A third person said: “poor Eamonn!”
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Kirsty revealed to Ruth and Eamonn that using the vaginal egg had increased her orgasm, and she urged women to follow in her footsteps.
Kirsty then gifted Ruth one of her jade eggs after Eamonn giggled and said: “Have you got one that we can borrow?”
But Doctor Sara cautioned: “I think it’s very important that women talk about pelvic floors and I think it’s fantastic what you’ve managed to do. My concern around jade eggs is that there is no substantial evidence around them at the moment.”
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