BBC News: Charlie Stayt and Naga Munchetty in stitches after Matt Taylor's name blunder

BBC News: Charlie Stayt and Naga Munchetty in stitches after Matt Taylor's name blunder

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The moment unfolded just after the meteorologist delivered a BBC weather report to those watching at home.

Just ahead of a segment on sleep and insomnia, Naga asked Matt how he had scored in a sleep task the BBC Breakfast presenters had been given as “homework”.

Matt explained: “I got 2.5, graded ‘very poor’.”

“They graded your quality of sleep as very poor?” Naga questioned.

“I’m blaming 21 years of shift work Nana” Matt began before he quickly corrected himself to say “Naga”.

“I’ll tell you what, it shows, Matt,” Naga commented as Charlie could be seen chuckling.

“He said Nana,” Charlie laughed.

Naga was also tickled by the slip as she replied: “Yeah, exactly. That’s exactly it. That’s how it shows.”

“It took him right back to his childhood! That’s the effect the lack of sleep has on you,” Charlie jested.

Naga exclaimed: “That is not our relationship at all. I can guarantee you that!”

“Thanks very much Matt,” she continued as they then moved on to further discuss the subject of sleep.

However, Charlie confessed he hadn’t managed to complete the task set by the show.

“I’m sorry, I started doing the test,” he began to explain.

Naga stated” “And then you fell asleep.”

“But then I did…something else instead,” Charlie went on.

Meanwhile, another BBC Breakfast weather presenter finally got a big promise fulfilled last night.

Carol Kirkwood sang a few lines of Lionel Richie’s “Hello” from the top of the London Coliseum a few weeks ago after the English National Opera vowed to light the building up red in aid of Comic Relief if she did.

Although Carol was very hesitant about the performance she pulled through for the good cause.

Last night saw the building lit up in red all thanks to Carol’s efforts.

BBC Breakfast airs weekdays at 6am on BBC One.

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