Naga Munchetty returned to BBC Breakfast on Friday and instantly had a hilarious alternate together with her co-star Charlie Stayt
Viewers took to Twitter to share their ideas after Naga Munchetty and Charlie Stayt’s considerably uncommon dialogue concerning the Cheltenham Races on Friday’s BBC Breakfast.
Whereas followers had been delighted to see Naga again on our screens after the 47-year-old was absent from the favored breakfast present on Thursday, they had been definitely amused by the chat between the TV presenters – however what do you suppose? See the second right here…
WATCH: Followers are bewildered as Naga and Charlie have a wierd chat
When Naga mentioned: “While you’re galloping you are alleged to be on prime of the horse, you’ll be able to’t simply sit and bump on the horse,” Charlie replied: “I believe what I will do is I will take the testimony of Jack Andrews the jockey over your experience within the space. That is all I am saying I believe he in all probability is aware of what he is speaking about.” What do you suppose?
Charlie and Naga chatted concerning the Cheltenham Races
Taking to Twitter to debate the clip, one particular person wrote: “The 6ft 6in Jockey has to wrap his legs across the horse to cease his toes dragging on the bottom#BBCBreakfast It is apparent actually Naga,” whereas one other added: “The horse chat is making me giggle this morning between Charlie & Naga #BBCBreakfast.”
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Naga has introduced BBC Breakfast since 2014, and opened up about her time there in an interview with The Guardian again in 2016, the place she known as it a “privilege to work on”.
The star additionally hosts the BBC One documentary sequence, Claimed and Shamed, which exposes the rising downside of insurance coverage fraud and follows a workforce of investigators as they search out suspected fraudsters, not too long ago returned with its 14th sequence.
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