Kiwi Oscar-winner Anna Paquin relishes starring role in BBC News boob

Kiwi Oscar-winner Anna Paquin relishes starring role in BBC News boob

In the viral video, Raworth was seen introducing the news of England's cricket series win over South Africa as a woman on the screen drops her pants to reveal tight pink knickers.

The True Blood star confirmed that it was her bare breasts on display on the news this week after a clip of something very raunchy going on in the background of a BBC News broadcast went viral.

Paquin labelled the incident "hilarious" as she revealed the woman in question was her and the clip was a scene from True Blood also featuring co-star Robert Kazinsky.

Paquin spotted the story in The Telegraph. In that scene Sookie Stackhouse, her character, makes love to Kazinsky's half-vampire, half-fairy character.

"MY BREASTS! SO FUNNY ON SO MANY LEVELS", the X-Men actress tweeted in reaction to the blooper.

Paquin's actor husband Stephen Moyer, who also appeared in True Blood, found the whole thing hilarious too, adding: "This is wonderful and making me very happy.", adding, "Which scene is it?"

BBC bosses are reportedly investigating the matter after critics asked how a newsroom reporter could be seen checking out racy True Blood footage in full view of the cameras.

A fan recommended Anna coin the phrase "photoboobed" which the actress then turned into a hashtag.

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