A Place in the Sun: Jasmine Harman comforts emotional buyer
A Place In The Sun presenter Jasmine Harman has spoken out about an embarrassing incident which happened when she was house hunting in Cape Verde several years ago. The 45-year-old presenter’s choice of ringtone left her red-faced while filming scenes for the show.
Back in 2006, the Eurovision fan was showing Buck’s Fizz singer Cheryl Baker around the island of Sal with her husband, Steve Stroud.
During filming, the TV star’s phone went off causing much hilarity on set.
For Jasmine’s ringtone at the time was Cheryl’s most famous track Making your Mind Up.
The song was the winning entry in the 1981 Eurovision Song Contest.
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The pop group made up of Bobby G, Mike Nolan, Jay Aston and of course, Cheryl, won over the judges and audiences at home with their catchy track and sassy dance moves.
They famously had an outfit change while on stage.
The boys whipped off the satin skirts their bandmates were wearing, in a now iconic Eurovision moment.
The presenter said the phone alert wasn’t planned, she just happened to be a big Eurovision fan but was left feeling “so embarrassed” by the incident.
In an interview for The Express, Jasmine spoke about her most memorable property search.
“I went house hunting in 2006 with singer Cheryl Baker and her husband, Steve, on the island of Sal in Cape Verde.
“I was a big Eurovision fan and I had Making Your Mind Up as my ringtone,” she said.
“My phone rang in the middle of filming and I was so embarrassed.
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“She and Steve started dancing and he pretended to pull her skirt off!” the mum-of-two recalled.
“I’m sure they thought I’d done it deliberately,” she went on to admit.
However, the trip was a success for the couple in the end.
“They ended up buying two properties there,” the television host added.
Jasmine, who shares two children with her husband Jon Boast, actually met her partner while working on the show.
Jon was the cameraman on the first series A Place In The Sun.
The couple tied the knot in 2009 and are now the proud parents of son Albion and daughter Joy.
Jasmine, who has worked on the show since 2004, described their meeting as her “standout moment” from her time fronting the travel series.
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