February 22, 2018

Anna Paquin responds to BBC's viral clip

13 August 2017, 01:07 | Israel Caldwell

'Ya know you've made when your t**s photobomb the news': Anna Paquin jokes about BBC breast broadcast

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In fact, the woman is having the time of her life joking about the incident.

Seven series of True Blood were broadcast between 2008 and 2014, which focused on supernatural events in the small town of Bon Temps, Louisiana. "Now that I know what u guys were talking about this some of the funniest s**t I've seen in a while!"

As the BBC'S Sophie Raworth read the headlines during the News At Ten earlier this week, a computer screen in the background of the broadcast showed a scene from True Blood which featured Robert Kazinsky and a topless Anna Paquin. Thanks for the giggle!

"Photoboobed", the 35-year-old continued. #FreeTheNipple, ' the star posted, with fans also getting in on the fun and tweeting '#photoboobed'.

"Ya know you've made when.... your t**s photobomb the news at 10..." she tweeted soon after.

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"In response to the BBC, who said they are investigating the situation, wrote: "'looking into the matter'?

Her co-star Evan Rachel Wood joined the whole thing, later on, saying that she wished the word "accidentally" was in quotation marks.

The host had no idea the steamy clip was being watched behind her - and the colleague with his headphones in clearly did not realise 3.8m people could see his screen.

Are you surprised the actress did not take the scandal seriously?

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