celebrity colonics and enemas will be featured on new UK reality TV show.

celebrity colonics and enemas will be featured on new UK reality TV show.
No, this is not a joke: Four “[c]elebrities will be shown vomiting and analysing their bowel movements in a new Channel 5 reality show,” according to the Independent. The show follows the UK network’s Detox Camp; a spokesperson says the participants “will have to survive for a week on oral enemas … [and will] also be analysing their own poo and things like that.”
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