Former porn star Mia Khalifa is used to appearing in front of the cameras, but she once made a surprise cameo on Sky Sports and even necked a pint while celebrating a goal, although not on TV.
Most football fans will attest that there's nothing like a good climax to a thrilling game of football or that feeling after watching your team score a goal.
Khalifa clearly agrees, because over the last few years she's displayed her love for the beautiful game with a series of appearances at Premier League matches.
Despite being a self-confessed West Ham fan, the 28-year-old swapped blowing bubbles for Harry the Hornet in 2019 as she took in Watford's home draw against Arsenal.
She clearly loved her time at Vicarage Road, because while Sky Sports pundit Graeme Souness was getting a point across on TV, the Pornhub favourite was spotted behind him pitch-side loving life.
The Beirut-born star was invited to one of the boxes at the Hertfordshire ground where it's fair to say she made the very most of her experience.
She kept her 17.3million Instagram fans updated throughout the afternoon - and they were treated to a special video after Watford scored in the second half.
Turning the camera on herself Khalifa shouted: "Watford scored, let's f****** go" before channeling her inner football fan and cooly sinking a pint of beer.
Although she had no trouble getting the amber nectar down all in one go, her face at the end suggested it was far from a pleasant experience.
Posting a picture of herself on Instagram after the match, the gorgeous babe even appeared to suggest she had switched allegiance from West Ham to Watford.
She wrote: "I can’t believe I had the chance to see first hand Watford play Arsenal, even though it was a draw, it was ELECTRIC."
"I’ve decided now that yellow is officially my colour."
Khalifa, who in 2014 became the most viewed performer on Pornhub in just two months, told Daily Star Sport in 2018 about how she first fell in love with the Hammers.
After pictures of her wearing a West Ham top went viral, she told us: "I watched Green Street hooligans when I was young and ever since then I've loved West Ham.
"They (the fans in Green Street) were just so rough around the edges and a little badass, and also I love the song, Bubbles."