Lisa Marie Presley has revealed that her pre-concert routine includes making ''horrible animal noises'', which she quips could be mistaken for an exorcism.
Lisa Marie Presley makes ''horrible animal noises'' before going on stage.
The singer - who is the daughter of late rock 'n' roll legend Elvis Presley - has revealed she has a strange pre-show vocal routine before big concerts and jokes that her high-pitched babbling could be mistaken for an ''exorcism''.
She quipped: ''I do really horrible animal noises to warm up my voice ... I can actually perform an exorcism, I think!''
As well as making animal noises, the 45-year-old star - who is currently travelling across the United States on her 'Storm & Grace' tour - also prepares her voice with a hot drink which includes cayenne pepper, similar to drinks taken by other pop stars including Beyonce.
She added to JustJared.com: ''I drink this apple, cider, cinnamon, cayenne pepper concoction before I go out to clear my throat.''
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She said: ''Sometimes a lot. It depends how he's fixing himself up. Yeah, without question actually.''
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