Morning Live host apologises for behaviour as co-star urges take cameras away

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    BBC Breakfast presenter Charlie Stayt joked to producers that they should "get the cameras away quickly" after an awkward moment between Naga Munchetty and Morning Live presenter Sara Cox.

    Sara had been running through the schedule for Friday's edition of Morning Live, and ended it by revealing what would be happening on new series Animal Park, with the show's presenter appearing in the studio.

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    She said: "We're getting a taste of the new series Animal Park, where presenter Megan McCubbin has been following the keepers at Longleat, who are making wool fun for wolves, giving crocs a shower and helping a tiger find love," as she wiggled her hips and looked intently at Gethin Jones.

    Sara quickly added: "Sorry about that, don't know what that was."

    Naga said over the link: "I don't know what just came over you then Sara, I feel as confused as Gethin looks."

    Sara joked: "I'm channelling my inner Cilla Black," as she continued dancing in the studio.

    A seemingly unimpressed Naga replied: "Okay Gethin, good luck today, really good luck," as the camera returned to the Breakfast studio.

    Charlie joined in as he said to the camera: "Take the cameras away quickly, remove the cameras," as Naga started giggling.

    The awkward moment came after Naga Munchetty abruptly ended a conversation with her co-star Charlie Stayt during Friday's edition of the news programme.

    The pair had been discussing a new story about the perfect way to boil an egg to ensure your preferences with runniness are met, with Charlie reading the story from the paper.

    As Charlie read out the answer, he revealed that Nigella Lawson advised putting the egg into cold, whereas Jamie Oliver said that he preferred to drop the egg into boiling water to cook it properly.

    Abruptly cutting off the chat, Naga quickly said: "I'd like to read that," as Charlie finished his sentence, to which the surprised host said: "Okay," and let her take the newspaper from him.

    BBC Breakfast airs weekdays at 6am on BBC1.

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