Yup, another BBC lady in the nude! Brainy British reporter Tasmin Khan finds herself in the center of a hot scandal as her raunchy nude photos have been leaked. Tasmin Khan is usually seen delivering the not-so-naked news on the BBC. But now nude photos of the Muslim beauty have surfaced, just weeks before starting her new gig as host of ITV's "Daybreak." ITV have vowed to back Tasmin despite the leaked topless pictures. According to reports Tasmin (real name Farhana) stripped for a racy photoshoot somewhere between 2003 and 2006. Tasmin Khan has spoken of her devastation at making the headlines herself after an ex-boyfriend sold nude photos of her to a UK tabloid newspaper. She went on to graduate from Oxford University with a degree in Politics, Philosophy and Economics, and later landed her first job in telly with cable channel Zee TV. Tasmin then joined the BBC’s Asian Network and Channel Five before landing news reading roles on BBC Three and BBC News 24. Tasmin, whose real name is Farhana Lucia Khan, had grown up in Hendon, North West London, with her Bengali family.
The 30 year-old is set to join Christine Bleakley and Adrian Chiles next month as part of the new look GMTV show Daybreak, delivering bulletins and breaking stories. But The Sun newspaper published images of her posing naked in private homemade photographs. In one she pouts into the camera, wearing only a necklace, and in another she is stood topless in her panties. Other photographs showed her wearing only a colored necklace and a lacy bra. She admits herself that they were taken by an ex-boyfriend who then broke her trust. "I feel disappointed and humiliated by the man who I formerly trusted. With such an act he clearly want to destroy my career," said Tasmin. The photos look like they were airbrush to make her look better but she is already a real hottie so there was no need. People are so clumsy these days, Even a smart girl like Tasmin letting all her naked pictures lying here and there or left them in the
Tasmin Khan was once best known for something else that left viewers hot and bothered. After a late arrival to the BBC studio following a mix-up, a news report left Tasmin panting in between words and after gasping for her breath, the broadcast had to be cut. People thought she was having an on-air orgasm, check out the clip below:
Farhana "Tasmin" Lucia Khan (born 1980 in London, England) is a British journalist and news presenter for BBC News. She is the host of BBC Three's hourly news bulletins, 60 Seconds, and presented E24 on the rolling news channel BBC News. She is set to join the new ITV breakfast show Daybreak from September 2010 as part of the new presenting team, delivering news bulletins and breaking stories. www.blogywoodbabes.blogspot.com
Khan started her career in 1999 at Zee TV Network, as an entertainment presenter and news reporter. She then hosted her own talk show interviewing celebrities from music and film, sports and politics. In 2001, she interviewed Bill Clinton, a few months after he stepped down as US President.
She worked for a short period as a Radio Presenter for the BBC Asian Network, covering programmes like the Breakfast Show, Drive Time and The Album Chart. She was on air when news of the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami broke on Boxing Day in December 2004.
She then worked for the Asian channel, PTV Prime, as the London correspondent, where she reported the UK's big news stories to a worldwide audience including the 7 July 2005 London bombings and the Ipswich serial murders in 2006.
She then presented and produced her own sports show on Channel 5 for three years, until she landed the opportunity to present on BBC News and BBC Three. One of her mentors is Kevin Bakhurst, who was the Editor of the Ten O’Clock News on BBC, and is now the Controller of the BBC News Channel. Bakhurst and Danny Cohen, controller of BBC Three, offered Khan the job to present the news bulletins on 60 Seconds on BBC Three, and front E24 on BBC News. She has covered some of the biggest showbiz news stories for the BBC, including the deaths of Michael Jackson, US actor Heath Ledger, and British fashion designer Alexander McQueen. She also covered the McCartney/Mills divorce and the Oscars three years in a row. blogywoodbabes.blogspot.com