It can no doubt be exhausting and tiring in the world of showbiz - constant parties, gigs and events to attend... and sometimes hard to make sure you get your necessary five-a-day and the nutrients that you need. However, the 'Call My Name' singer Cheryl Cole has allegedly found an easy solution for this - by inserting a 'vitamin drip' into her arm. Ouch, sounds painful!
But apparently, Chezza's not the first to take to the energy-boosting alternative - as the so called 'party-drips' are apparently also popular with the likes of Simon Cowell and Geri Halliwell.
The singer posed for a promotional picture ahead of her gig on Saturday night (16 June) at London's G-A-Y and the plaster on her left arm was pretty obvious, leading to speculation that she had also joined the 'vitamin drip club' - which constantly pumps a high-dose cocktail of vitamins and nutrients into her body.
The drips were originally used to treat the ill and malnourished, but private clinics now offer them, claiming they cure hangovers and boost energy.
Cheryl's representatives have refused to comment on whether she had used the vitamin drip.
Earlier this month, Rihanna also posted a pic on Twitter, showing her with a drip in her arm - which has now been reported to also be the above. Hmmmm, not quite sure we're convinced about that one Ri-Ri!
Meanwhile, Cheryl has also set the record straight on the upcoming Girls Aloud 10th anniversary spectacular, and expressed nothing but joy at the group’s reunion.
Cheryl who has just reached number one in the charts with her single ‘Call My Name’ this weekend, and the rest of the girl mega-group, who split in 2009, to pursue solo projects and endeavours are to be reunited for the group's 10th anniversary early on next year.
Check out Cheryl Cole's 'Call My Name' vid below:
Cheryl Cole works up a sweat at G-A-Y