Host Naga Munchetty was convicted with teammate Carol Kirkwood after asking her to consider special effects during her weather report Thursday.
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BBC Breakfast presenter Naga Munchetty attacked teammate and weatherwoman Carol Kirkwood in yesterday morning’s show after brutally hitting her.
59-year-old meteorologist Carol responded to 46-year-old Nagi after advising a weather presenter to use more special effects on the green screen.
Naga told her, “But I think I should think about the special effects and consider moving them forward a bit to make it look even better.”
Carol, seeing the funny side of the presenter’s comment, laughed in response, “Do you think so, Naga? Well, I think it’s so beautiful.”
Naga continued, “I was talking about bringing this in front of you and the camera,” Carol replied, “Oh, you’re awful, but I like you.”
Their harmless quarrel left viewers at home in hysteria.
Reception until Twitter, fans reacted to the funny moment.
One person wrote, “Naga has no filter. Poor Carol #BBCBreakfast.”
“I really don’t like the way Naga talks to Carol sometimes BBC breakfast, ”wrote another.
And a third added, “It’s not funny Naga. To suggest a picture would be better if there was a fog between the camera and Carol. You really have to turn on your brain before you hit.”
In recent weeks, Naga has been branded a “life saver” after posting a candid video from her hospital bed.
The TV presenter was showered with praise by fans after she filmed her donating blood while shaking with fear.
In the video, Naga encourages her followers to do everything they can to donate blood to those in need.
Although she was frightened before she did a good deed, Naga said she managed to get through it by ‘squeezing her buttocks’ and ‘taking a deep breath’.
“I just did this @givebloodnhs with one of my favorite blood drawers @willflanders and for me a record time of 5 minutes 21 seconds for about 0.5 l Woo hoo,” she wrote the post.
“Today is the time again – squeezing the buttocks, lifting the legs, squeezing the hands – we give blood.
“I’m now with Ross, who is now used to my thin veins and makes them completely painless.
“I’m going to get up after this day. So just know if you want to give blood, you’re doing a great thing.”
* BBC Breakfast is broadcast on weekdays at 6 am on BBC1.
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