Nigella To Fry Bacon Topless In 3D In Beeb Sensation!

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Friday, 12 November 2010


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Some Bacon Pictured Yesterday.

BBC bosses remained tight lipped today over rumours that yummy 'chef' the luscious Nigella Lawson is to be approached to shoot a show which will depict her topless, frying bacon in sizzling hot fat - in 3D

It is thought that the BBC powers that be - desperate to justify charging a licence fee - came up with the idea in an attempt to maximise the full potential of 3D television on the cheap.

Skoob Entertainment News supremo Buffty Ginslinger told us:

"Phwoarr! That's a blinding idea - about time the beeb pulled its bloody finger out and gave us some telly to drool over. Nigella frying bacon in hot fat! Cracking idea - and in 3D it's just a stroke of pure genius. When that pan starts spitting and Nigella has to start jumping up and down a bit to avoid the hot fat, those boobies are going to be bouncing and jiggling like the clappers. One would imagine in 3D that there's the very real possibility of one or two viewers losing an eye!"

Unfortunately, nobody from the BBC would confirm to us that Nigella will appear topless, and Nigella herself was said to be too busy to talk to us as she was totally creatively immersed in perfecting a revolutionary method of preparing toad in the hole.

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