LONDON - Louise Minchin, the presenter on BBC News At One and BBC Breakfast has agreed to appear in an eight page layout spread in the United Kingdom's most popular men's magazine PlayGent.
Minchin, caused quite a stir earlier this week when she was forced by a producer to cover up her cleavage before going on the air.
The 41-year-old pixie-haired blonde at first balked at the idea telling the producer that she was merely showing a little bit of what her mama had given her.
The producer, since identified as Throckington St. Johnstone, told her that her mum does not sign her pay check so she should go ahead and do as she was told.
Minchin, stood up, uttered a few curse words in Spanish, and walked to her dressing room to cover up the offending cleavage.
[EDITOR'S NOTE: Minchin has a degree in Spanish, as well as degrees in Lithuanian, Mandarin Chinese, and Chippewa.]
Louise was first approached by the publisher of PlayGent, Lambrick Dagwell, about posing in his magazine the morning after the 'blue dress cleavage' incident.
Dagwell said that the expects for the Louise Minchin issue to be one of the biggest sellers in his magazine's 40 year history.
He truly believes that it can possibly even out sell the issues that featured such celebs as Girls Aloud Nadine Coyle in a butter churning themed layout; Spice Girls Victoria Beckham and Melanie Brown who appeared together in a crumpet baking themed spread; Amanda Holden who appeared in a Buckingham Palace bathroom themed shoot; Dannii Minogue whose photo shoot took place in chilly December along the banks of the Thames River; and Camilla Bowles, who was photographed on the Windsor Castle drawbridge at the young age of 27.
In other news. The government of Iceland has informed England's Queen Elizabeth II, that it does not want Great Britain's Royal Navy Warship Flotilla to fire upon the lava spewing volcano. Iceland warns that if Great Britain does fire at the volcano England will be invaded by the Icelandic army who promise to bring the mighty U.K. country to its knees.