Gene Simmons reveals bizarre cereal habit

Francesca SpecterYahoo Style UK deputy editor
Kiss frontman Gene Simmons pictured at the White House in May 2019. [Photo: Getty]
Kiss frontman Gene Simmons pictured at the White House in May 2019. [Photo: Getty]

Gene Simmons has baffled social media after revealing he puts ice in his cereal.

The Israeli-American KISS star, 70, shared a picture on Twitter of himself wearing a dressing gown tucking into a bowl containing two different types of cereal (identified by one Twitter user as Frosted Mini Wheats with Oreo Os) topped with milk and two hefty cubes of ice.

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“Anyone else put ice cubes in their cereal?,” he captioned the post to his 884,000 followers, which has since received almost 30,000 likes at time of writing.

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It would seem the bulk of Simmons’ followers were not on board with his method, which is presumably done to keep the milk extra cold.

Some were concerned that the combination would leave Simmons with watery milk, while others pointed out that milk was refrigerated and therefore cold enough already.

Others suggested alternative milk-chilling methods for Simmons: freezing milk in ice cube trays instead, or chilling the bowl in the fridge.

This isn’t the first time a celebrity’s strange admission about their eating habits has gone viral.

Who could forget entrepreneur and reality star Kylie Jenner’s admission that she had had cereal with milk for the first time?

The mum-of-one described the experience as “life changing”.

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Cue most of the internet wondering however else someone would consume cereal.

In other food news, last November, Jenner’s half sister Kim Kardashian shared her so-called hack for melting M&Ms in the microwave.

She heats them in the microwave for 30 seconds - a process she called her “secret of life”.

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