In our most recent celebrity tea sighting, British soul singer Joss Stone was recently spotted sipping a super spicy tea concoction. According to a November 27th story in The New York Times, Stone enjoyed peppermint tea “laced with ginger and cayenne” during a rehearsal break while chatting with country music darling LeAnn Rimes. The singers were preparing for an upcoming episode of the CMT (Country Music Television) series “Crossroads.”
Many claim that the addition of ginger and cayenne to tea is good for the throat. And, indeed, Stone needed to keep her vocal chords in tip top shape during the four days of recording.
You can hear Joss Stone and LeAnn Rimes in CMT’s Crossroads: Dec. 15 at 9 p.m. Or view the show’s online videos at the CMT website.
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