Bargain Hunt fans all make the same rude joke as Christina Trevanion shows off hidden talent in 'dirty' pic | The Sun
BARGAIN Hunt fans have all made the same rude joke as Christina Trevanion showed off her hidden talent in a 'dirty pic'.
The television presenter and auctioneer is best known for her work on the hit BBC One show.
It sees two teams taking on the challenge of trying to get the best deals for the antiques they bought.
The team who makes the most profit when the items go to auction are the winners.
But away from the show Christina has showed fans she tried her hand at pottery making.
The 41-year-old posted a picture of her moulding the clay on her Instagram account.
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She captioned the snap: "Watch out…. Tonight I have been throwing things."
However, fans flooded the comments section after Christina had them thinking of a very intimate scene in the movie Ghost.
The film, which features Patrick Swayze and Demi Moore, sees her character sculping a vase as Patrick's character comes behind her shirtless.
As he watches her work he reaches out and ruins her piece.
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While they then begin making a new one together, as her hands interlace his, they embrace and soon the vase is abandoned.
Replying to Christina, one fan said: "If you didn't at least hum the theme to Ghost while you were doing that we can't be friends."
A second replied: "You doing the scene from ghost?"
"I was trying to remember what this reminded me of. Then I got it, THAT scene in "Ghost", & followed by a lie-down in a darkened room," said a third.
While a fourth commented: "Auditioning for Ghost?"
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