Naga Munchetty jokes ‘some things shouldn’t be said on air’
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BBC Breakfast host Naga Munchetty regularly interacts with her social media followers and it was no different when a Twitter user reached out to the Radio 5 Live presenter to share some news. It comes after the TV and radio broadcaster had urged her listeners to share their own stories of loss following the death of Prince Philip, who died on Friday at the age of 99.
Earlier this week, Naga explained to listeners that the show would be based on those who had suffered loss and how their beloved helped “shape their family’s lives”.
Speaking on the show, the 5 Live host commented: “We’re talking about grandads this morning.
“This is after those very touching tributes to the Duke of Edinburgh made by Prince William and Prince Harry.”
A social media user later took to the micro-blogging site and opened up about their own family loss.
The person in question admitted they were “gutted” they didn’t get a chance to speak with Naga while on the show.
The Twitter user revealed they had lost their grandad but offered some good news despite their sad loss.
They wrote: “Gutted I couldn’t speak with @TVNaga01 on @bbc5live today regarding my memories of my gramp who passed nearly 20years ago but today we had good news! (sic)
“My other Gramp had the all clear for Bowel Cancer! Time to have a glass or 6 x.”
The Breakfast host was thrilled following the news that the social media user’s other grandfather had recovered from bowel cancer.
In view of her 253,000 followers, Naga replied: “Hey. I’m so pleased for your Gramp x.”
The social media user added: “Thank you. It’s been a very tough few months, scans delayed because of Covid but today he was in early and home feeling very happy, next thing to sort is his double knee surgery.”
“I’d love to hear your stories as well,” Naga added, inviting her listeners to get involved in sharing their own family experiences during the programme.
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Elsewhere, Naga opened up about her frustrations since coming out of lockdown as she confessed she “couldn’t bear it anymore”.
The Breakfast host asked for advice as the presenter fussed about her hair.
She admitted she could do it herself if she wanted, however, she’s stuck on whether to just grow it out instead for a change.
“I’ve got to ask your advice,” Naga asked her guest.
“I have lockdown hair and I have the option of chopping it all off as I am getting to that point – that half way point.
“I can’t get bear it anymore, it’s like a big thatch on top of my head!”
The guest replied: “Now’s the opportunity to grow it out if you want to!
“But your hair always looks fabulous, so I wouldn’t worry.”
BBC Breakfast airs weekdays on BBC One at 6am.
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