Spy Babe Huckster Anna Chapman in Soviet Film Parody (Video)

January 3, 2011

(ChattahBox World News)–Russian spy babe and “James Bond Girl” Anna Chapman failed at real spying while working undercover in the U.S. for her Motherland, but she recently played one on TV. Chapman, fresh off appearing on the cover of the Russian Maxim magazine, skimpily attired in black lingerie brandishing a pistol, starred in a short parody of a Soviet spy film, as part of Channel One’s New Year’s Eve programming. Chapman, a spy who came in from the cold after being booted from the U.S. for spying, arrived into the welcoming arms of her Motherland, eager to help the sexy spy cash in on her notoriety.

Chapman played herself in the sexy parody of the popular Soviet series “Seventeen Moments of Spring,” that features Maxim Isayev, Russian’s answer to James Bond. The expelled spy extolled her Russian viewers to use New Year’s Eve as an opportunity to reveal their hidden feelings of romantic love.

The AFP reports:

“They had never met, because in the United States they do not show ‘Seventeen Moments of Spring’,” intoned the voiceover.

“‘What a beautiful woman’, Stirlitz thought. ‘It is a shame that the years have not changed me. I am still the same, reserved, modest, and nervous’,” it added.

“At the end of the film, the picture turned to colour and Chapman told the nation that love should never be an undercover secret.”

Apparently, her sexy topless Maxim photo shoot and appearance in the spy parody film are all part of a calculated master plan to enter into politics.

“Last month she joined a pro-Putin youth organisation and some observers believe she is preparing to stand for the Russian parliament in elections at the end of this year.”

“In a lengthy chat show appearance on December 30, she met acquaintances from her youth and was even presented with a pet lion as a gift.”

Well, who are we to judge. America has Sarah Palin, after all.



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