Funda Onal is remarkably attractive. Remarkably in that you probably wouldn’t say anything to her face (because you’re a gentleman, and you’re not quite drunk enough yet anyway) but once she walked off, you’d probably have to say something about her.
“What a spectacularly attractive woman,” you say, on account of being a bit posh all of a sudden. “I wonder, where have I seen her before?”
Well the answer most people would give is “On that finger-chewingly awful show Made in Chelsea which has recently finished,” but they’d be wrong, because you don’t watch that. Your girlfriend might, if she’s into that sort of thing, but the closest you’ve come to watching it is turning it off thirty seconds in.
Kung Fu Panda's wet dream
Anyway, she was in that. We couldn’t watch it. Whenever she’s not on screen - which is, sadly, most of the time - it’s full of horse-faced men and women wearing horrendously expensive clothes (i.e. clothes that are both expensive and horrendous) and having staged relationships with each other on camera for our amusement.
We can’t work out which of the smug, wealthy, slightly-good-looking guys we want to strike first, although that is sort of the point – along with The Only Way is Essex, Jersey Shore and the like, this is just the Two Minutes Hate from 1984 dressed up in fancier clothing.
Dire. This isn’t the first time you’ve seen Funda, though – the Turkish beauty has been in basically every advert and music video ever where 'sexy dancing girl in a bikini' was called for, as the above film wot we found on Youtube shows. It even has a clip of her blink-and-you’ll-miss-it appearance in teenage wizardfest Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.
But, really, we’re in it for the bikini bits.