Kelly Brook reveals she once farted in front of Madonna – Metro.co.uk

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Kelly Brook was once left mortified after she farted in front of Madonna at the iconic singers house and was never invited back again.

Say whaat?!

Turns out that Kelly once bagged an invite to have dinner with Madonna and Gwyneth Paltrow at Madonnas home to try the macrobiotic diet they were following at the time.

Such a diet primarily focuses on eating local and organically produced vegetables, whole grains and beans.

Its associated with Zen Buddhism and balancing the yin and yang elements of food, and Madonna reportedly follows a very strict version of the macrobiotics diet which cuts out wheat, eggs, meat and dairy and is all about sea vegetables (basically edible seaweed).

Well, Kelly certainly wasnt going to turn down a dinner with Madonna, even if it did mean tucking into seaweed, and lets just say said dinner didnt exactly agree with her.

Speaking on Heart FM, she said: Honestly it was like it happened yesterday OK, so about 20 years ago I got invited to a macrobiotic dinner party at Madonnas house its basically like you eat whats in season, you eat whats grown around you.

Its all like vegetarian, vegan, its very healthy. Lot of pulses, lots of beans, chickpeas all that stuff. So Id known about this diet that Gwyneth [Paltrow] and Madonna had been doing for a while so obviously Im kind of in awe of them, Im only 20 years old so I want to be like them.

Kelly, who recently revealed she has lost two stone, continued: Id been doing the diet, probably like a week before, but Im like a real big meat eater, so my insides were just not liking this new diet you can imagine.

So I turn up, we had the meal, we had gone in the living room it was the first episode of The Sopranos so we put it on, so it was like a big screen and there was loads of people there.

I remember kneeling down talking to Madonna about something and I just remember my stomach gurgling and Ive let out the smelliest blow off, like honestly, it was so bad, it filled the room.#

Wow.

[Madonna], she just kind of , she just turned her head away because obviously it went straight up her nose, Kelly said. It was like something had crawled up there and died. I had never ever done anything like that in my life.

And I just remember like Jason [Statham] just looked at me and was like, was that you? and I was like, yes, I dont think this macrobiotic food is agreeing with me, and that was it, I was never invited back.

She knew it was me. I was mortified.

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Kellys revelation comes after Madonna was forced to cancel her first London show on her Madame X world tour.

Madge explained under doctors guidance she has been forced to rest for a few days and apologised to fans for not being able to perform.

The last thing I want to do is disappoint my fans or compromise the integrity of my show, she wrote on Instagram. So I will keep going until I cannot please know that it hurts me more than you can imagine to have to cancel.

Kelly Brook presents Heart London Drivetime with JK on weekdays from4pm 7pm.

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