British pop star SOPHIE ELLIS-BEXTOR turned down the chance to appear in the now infamous KYLIE MINOGUE Agent Provocateur advert, because she thought it was pornographic.
The Australian singer sat on a bucking horse dressed in underwear and appeared to fake an orgasm in the risque ad for the British lingerie firm in 2002.
But Ellis-Bextor insists she has no regrets about snubbing the ad, because she has horrified when she read the 'script'.
She says, "The whole point of that ad was to give blokes an erection.
"I thought if some girl was on TV insinuating that she's done that to my boyfriend, I wouldn't like it."
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