June Brown will splash wee on her face for a new TV show.
The 90-year-old actress - who is best known for playing the iconic Dot Cotton on BBC soap 'EastEnders' - is set to have urine put on her face and snails crawl across her skin for ITV's '100 Years Younger in 21 Days'.
A source shared: "It is one of ITV's most bonkers shows yet."
June will be joined on the bizarre-sounding programme by musician Shaun Ryder and seven other celebrities as, collectively, they try to shed 100 years off their looks.
The TV insider told The Sun newspaper: "Some of the techniques are absolutely out of this world, but luckily the celebrities have agreed to get stuck in.
"They've already started filming and it's proving to be a very interesting process. Viewers will see June as never before."
Despite her apparent desire to look younger, June admitted back in 2014 that she smokes 20 cigarettes a day, having started the habit when she was just 16.
Asked about her vices, the actress revealed: "Lots of coffee, an occasional gin and tonic and about 20 cigarettes a day - I started smoking at 16. I'm not an inhaler, though."
June also revealed she took numerous pills on a daily basis in a bid to maintain her health.
Asked whether she pops any pills, the veteran star shared: "At least 14 vitamins and supplements. I've taken magnesium, selenium, Omega 3-6-9, folic acid and zinc for decades."