Actress Anna Paquin has revealing moment on live news
12 August, 2017, 22:53 | Author: Laverne Higgins
Sophie Raworth was reading the news on the BBC's News at Ten while a computer screen in the background showed the actress removing her top.
The employee was watching an old episode of "True Blood" and the scene in question was where Paquin's character was about to make love to Kazinsky's character, a vampire.
Welp, mystery solved. We now know whose boobs went viral in that BBC News clip.
Rather than being upset by her breasts being revealed to the British public, she found it amusing.
"Now that I know what u guys were talking about this some of the funniest shit I've seen in a while!" she later tweeted, going on to retweet and respond to fans getting in on the fun.
Mapped: US and Allied Missile Defenses Against North Korea
Postol during an interview with Newsweek called the missiles "a hoax", although Friday's report doesn't use that language. He is right: This time, North Korea has detailed plans for a missile test that would land in the waters near Guam.
The woman turned out to be actress Anna Paquin, and she is now speaking out.
The actor's husband, Stephen Moyer, also enjoyed his wife's BBC news breakthrough - as did Kazinsky, who joined the Twitter thread.
As the anchor continued unaware of the situation, the x-rated scene played on as Paquin's character Sookie Stackhouse stripped off, exposing the upper half of her body.
According to BBC's latest report on the story, Paquin said the "True Blood" scene was "fairy land graveyard sex".
The Navy said the US3 Nautilus was initially seen sailing normally but sank shortly afterwards in Koge Bay, south of Copenhagen. Madsen (46) financed his submarine project through crowdfunding and completed the submarine, the UC3 Nautilus, in 2008.
China, however, is easily North Korea's biggest trading partner and economic benefactor, and helped design the sanctions package. The revenue from these different sectors is believed to fund North Korea's expensive ballistic missile and nuclear programs.
The data comes amid tepid inflation that has remained below the Federal Reserve's 2 percent target, despite low unemployment. The Dow and S&P 500 inched higher on the day but they both posted their largest weekly percentage drops since late March.
Dai-ichi Life Holdings dropped 1 percent, T&D Holdings fell 2.2 percent while Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group declined 0.9 percent. ENERGY: Benchmark U.S. crude gained 1 cent to $49.57 a barrel in electronic trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange.
Yun and North Korean diplomat Pak Song II negotiated the release of imprisoned American college student Otto Warmbier in June. The early United States focus was on securing the release of several Americans held in North Korea.
The MQM leaders during the meeting demanded that their workers in custody be released and their sealed offices opened. He also directed that the ongoing federal projects in the Sindh Province should be completed as soon as possible.
In the second match, the player surrendered themselves, and the third time refused to play by asking "complete mockery" of it. Dota 2 is normally played as a 5-vs-5 team game, so limiting the bot to a 1-on-1 match greatly reduces the complexity.
The ISPR further said that incendiary explosives were used in the attack and that was the reason why nearby vehicles caught fire. Some of the injured were shifted to Civil Hospital Quetta and an emergency was declared in hospitals in the vicinity.
Japan is the world's biggest creditor country and there is an assumption that investors there will repatriate funds in a crisis. In Europe, France's CAC 40 fell 1.6 percent to 5,135 while Germany's DAX was down 1.3 percent at 12,133.
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Selloff in stocks takes a breather; gold and yen tick up
Investors instead turned to safe-haven assets such as gold, pushing it to a two-month high, and the Japanese yen rose. USA crude rose 0.43 percent to $48.80 per barrel and Brent was last at $52.01, up 0.21 percent on the day.
Wall Street lower on US-North Korea tensions
The next key data on focus will be tomorrow's CPI figures which should shed more light on the path of the USA inflation. Since the beginning of 2017, the barometer index of the S&P 500 had only two sessions of declines of 1 % or more.
Champions Chelsea reduced to nine and beaten 3-2 by Burnley
The game between Swansea and Southampton had no goals , while Wayne Rooney bagged the victor as Everton saw off Stoke City 1-0. Mounie capped a dream debut with another goal after the break to earn David Wagner's newly-promoted team an impressive win.
Flood situation worsens in Assam, 5 dead
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New faces on the Premier League merry-go-round
Another pointer towards a low-scoring affair perhaps is the absence of Eden Hazard who will miss the game with an ankle injury. However, the 24-year-old expects more of the same to come his way during the season due to his price tag.