Scherzinger milks it on the radio

Scherzinger milks it on the radio

Nicole Scherzinger tried her hand at an udder new skill today – as she milked a goat live on radio.

The former X Factor judge was set the challenge during London's Capital Breakfast show by presenters Dave Berry and Lisa Snowdon.

Scherzinger squealed as she got to grips with Betty the goat and said: “It’s so weird. I’ve never milked anything before.

“Wow, this is fascinating. Oh my goodness there’s so much milk coming out. It’s so soft and gooey.”

Explaining the technique to listeners, she said: “Put it in your hand, then let it fill up with milk, and then you have to just gently squeeze and pull.”

The stunt tied in with the programme’s regular on-air theme of its “butt stick” invention – butter in the form of a stick.

Scherzinger said she would be too busy performing to watch this year’s series of ITV’s The X Factor.

She told listeners: “I’m gonna be doing the music. Touring and stuff.”

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