Naga Munchetty tells BBC co-star theyll speak later in awkward exchange

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    Naga Munchetty told her BBC Breakfast co-star they'll "speak later" in an awkward exchange on the latest show.

    Thursday's episode (November 24) of the BBC morning programme saw Naga and her co-host Charlie Stayt chat to sports correspondent John Watson via video-link about the 2022 Qatar World Cup.

    Speaking from Doha, John explained how the England squad had nicknamed a local cat in the Middle Eastern country Dave.

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    Taking issue with the name, John said: "I wondered if they might have gone Jordan [after Jordan Pickford] because they call goalkeepers 'cats'.

    "Perhaps they missed a trick there, maybe?"

    As John hopped around onscreen, a skeptical Naga asked: "Were you doing goalkeeping moves there, John?"

    John responded: "Well yes. That's sort of how a goalkeeper stands on the line while saving a penalty.

    "It's sort of what you do, isn't it?"

    An unimpressed Naga replied: "Hmm," and as John tried to converse with the former Strictly Come Dancing star about her own cats, she brutally cut him off and added: "Yeah.

    "John, let's speak later, shall we?

    "We've got the image of you just bobbing around there. That's kind of what we're hanging with."

    The video call then cut off, with Naga and her co-star Charlie going on to speak to Tory MP and Housing Minister Michael Gove.

    During the programme, Naga was dressed in a animal-print dress.

    Posting to Twitter, some BBC Breakfast viewers likened the outfit to the costume wore by Only Fools and Horses character Marlene Boyce (Sue Holderness).

    Posting to Twitter, one fan wrote: "Naga channelling Marlene from Only Fools and Horses!"

    Another harshly commented: "Oh dear Naga, what on earth are you wearing today? It is awful."

    BBC Breakfast airs from 6am on weekdays on BBC One.

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