Naga Munchetty: BBC Breakfast host defends Charlie Stayt after viewer’s harsh remark

BBC Breakfast: Naga Munchetty recalls her ‘anxiety dream’

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Naga Munchetty, 46, has reacted to a viewer on Twitter who was not impressed with Charlie Stayt, 58, during a recent on-screen back and forth between the pair on BBC Breakfast. It comes after Charlie had branded his co-star “tiresome”.

The presenting duo had discussed a news article about dreams when Naga began to describe a recent dream she’d had.

But Charlie cheekily pretended to not be interested as Naga folded her arms and looked at the camera.

Taking to Twitter, a viewer hit out at the Breakfast presenter as his co-star attempted to defend him.

The person in question wrote: “I think what Charlie just did was so rude, but you handled it well.

“It’s a shame you can’t be paired with someone who can share your energy.”

The Breakfast host came to her colleague’s defence as the pair often share on-air banter on the programme.

In view of her 251,000 followers, Naga penned: “Hi… It’s all in jest! I love working with Charlie.”

It comes after her co-star explained that an article revealed how having strange dreams is a good sign.

Responding to this, Naga began describing a dream she had had in which her tooth fell out.

She said: “I had that dream the other day, it’s not that odd a dream, where a tooth came out.

“And I’m sure there’s a common reason for it, it’s like an anxiety dream.”

“What were the circumstances?” Charlie asked.


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Naga replied: “The tooth just came out and I was really traumatised by it.

“I pulled it out and then I was looking at it, thinking can I put it back in and then I dropped it on the floor.

“And then I woke up quite distressed that I had a big gap in my teeth.”

Charlie responded with a dig, saying: “Do you know, some people find it really, really tiresome when people tell them their dreams.”

He went on: “No, it’s one of those things, if some people are really interested – ‘I had a weird dream,’ ‘Did you, what’s that?’

“But other people find it really, really tiresome.”

Naga folded her arms and looked away from her co-host following the cheeky dig.

BBC Breakfast airs daily on BBC One at 6am.

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