‘Shall we go home?’ Naga and Jon quip they should leave BBC Breakfast ‘We’re struggling’

BBC Breakfast: Naga and Jon joke about 'going home'

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During Saturday’s BBC Breakfast, Jon Kay joined Naga Munchetty on the red sofa to co-host the programme. The presenter stepped in to replace Charlie Stayt, who usually appears alongside Naga. Throughout the show, the duo spoke about the latest news headlines although it was mostly dominated by sport. However, midway through the instalment, Jon jokingly asked Naga if they should go home because they were struggling to fill the gaps in the show.

The presenter’s admission comes after they interviewed an 11-year-old boy called Max, who has raised over £500,000 by camping outside for a year.

“We’re going to be talking about something…just brilliantly inspirational,” Naga said after the interview.

“Mark Cavendish. I mean he has made history with 34 Tour de France stage wins.

“And this was a man who was going to quit. He was going to quit.”

As they played a clip of the cyclist during one of his wins, Naga continued: “You see the emotion. He’s just taking it in.

“It’s heartbreaking and heart cheering all at the same time.

“So, we’ll talk to former professional cyclist, Chris Boardman about the significance of that achievement.

“I tell you what, we are being so spoilt with sports.”

 

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