Anna Paquin Thought It Was Funny That The BBC Showed Her Boobs Off

August 13, 2017 / Posted by:

If you were watching the BBC’s News at Ten on Tuesday, you were probably roused out of your usual late night stupor when a monitor in the newsroom behind anchor Sophie Raworth showed some chick doffing her top and letting her boobies bounce. Eagle-eyed viewers who somehow made it through one of True Blood’s later seasons (believe me, it wasn’t easy) recognized the video as a scene from a Season Six episode and the boobies as belonging to its Oscar-winning star, Anna “SOOOKEEH!!!” Paquin. Most of us suddenly shown off naked in front of 3.8 million viewers might be a trifle put out. But Anna, who was often topless on the show, though it was funny as hell. She said so on Twitter (as did her husband and True Blood co-star, Stephen “BEEEEEL!!!” Moyer).

The Independent reports that Sookie Stackhouse was told by friends about her tatters being titted on the BBC and went to watch it herself.

She really thought it was a howl. So did hubby.

Robert Kazinsky is the hot-ass dude who played the lame fairy/vampire hybrid villain in Season Six. (Wow, that show got REAL bad REAL fast.) He chimed in, too.

Dude, you and your donut can get tied to my tombstone anytime. I don’t know what that means but he’s very sessy.

Even other celebs joined in! (Evan Rachel Wood played vampiress Sophie on True Blood in the earlier seasons)

Hopefully, when the True Blood fan with a poor work ethic (or the boob man who’s not great at hiding his beat-off material in the workplace) gets fired by the BBC, Anna and Co. will step in for him.  “Look, they’re my tits and I thought it was funny, so…

Pic: The Independent

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