BBC Breakfast: Charlie and Naga unimpressed with Nina's joke
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The BBC Breakfast presenter took a swipe at Nina during Thursday’s show after the subject of Christmas came up. As Nina Warhurst made a jibe about both Charlie Stayt and Naga Munchetty, the latter sternly told her colleague “bye” as she turned away.
After talking about an upcoming Christmas film, Nina commented: “Imagine being a bit “bah humbug” like Charlie Stayt.”
“Ohh,” Naga responded, looking stunned.
Charlie replied: “Ogh I wasn’t expecting that!”
Nina explained: “I just remember us doing an item where we had to open Christmas presents, a business item and you were not playing the game.”
“I don’t recall that at all,” Charlie, 59, admitted.
He continued: “I don’t recall that and I’m actually profoundly hurt.”
“Do you know what,” Naga went on. “I will do the rare thing and actually be on Charlie’s side.
“I think he’s far more about Christmas than I am.”
Nina quipped: “Well, that’s not hard either.”
Looking stern, Naga jokingly snapped: “Bye, Nina.”
Elsewhere in the show, the presenters were in hysterics as a guest had asked Charlie “who are you?’
As they began an interview segment, Naga was laughing as Charlie explained that guest Gee and Dominique Walker had asked what his name was off-screen.
“Gee, you just said ‘Who are you’, which I absolutely love,” the broadcaster stated.
Naga replied: “Actually, what you said was, ‘I’m sorry, what’s your name?’
“I just love the fact you didn’t ask what my name was.”
“No,” Gee replied, looking embarrassed but laughing.
“We will chat in just a moment, get a cup of coffee or a drink of water!” Charlie laughed as they cut to the Morning Live presenters.
“I’m sure Kimberly and Raab are far more together,” Naga commented.
She joked: “It is Kimberly and Raab isn’t it?”
BBC Breakfast airs daily at 6am on BBC One.
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