BBC Breakfast host Naga Munchetty slams co-star over ‘simple’ festive tradition
17.12.2022 - 14:05
BBC Breakfast host Naga Munchetty slammed her co-host while discussing a "simple" festive tradition. Show anchor Naga, 47, and Roger Johnson, 53, were discussing Christmas Day food selections, including gravy on a roast.
Yet it was during a discussion about a controversial festive veg - this being the much-maligned sprout - when Naga made clear her views. As Roger said his family were "going to do things differently this year", he told how they would be having a beef roast - and may leave the sprout out.
BBC Breakfast favourite Naga then fired back: "Why won't you have sprouts? So?" She then said: "I love sprouts." read more naga munchettycheck mate BBC Breakfast's Naga Munchetty dazzles fans in skintight red skirtHAVING A NAG Naga Munchetty slammed for 'interrupting' BBC Breakfast guest Naga - who called on show viewers to submit their best gravy recipes - then confessed: "I put a twist on them. "If I can, I have them with onion and pancetta," to which Roger said: "Ah that's a Jamie Oliver recipe!" Yet she snipped back: "Yes, and many others.
"It's quite a simple recipe really." Most read in News TVHEAD-TO-HEAD Strictly's Helen & Hamza vie for trophy, but will they land huge TV contracts?HEALTH FEARS Terrified Love Island star reveals baby daughter has life threatening illnessa lorra changes ITV's Lorraine in major shake up as she reveals she will be replacedtop form Hamza Yassin reveals huge Strictly weight loss after dancing for eight hours a day Jamie is well-known for re-vamping the image of the sprout with his Best Christmas Sprouts recipe, including Cumberland sausage and sage. Yet despite having "simple" sprouts, Naga told how she would treat herself on Christmas Day with "posh gravy" which she will likely spend
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