Charlie remains red-faced as a guest criticizes the BBC star’s hairstyle. ‘Wow, what a reaction!’
On Thursday morning, CHARLIE STAYT was left red-faced as a guest on BBC Breakfast took aim at the presenter’s appearance, leaving co-host Naga Munchetty in stitches.
On Thursday morning, Charlie Stayt and Naga Munchetty returned to BBC Breakfast to provide the latest news to BBC viewers. Aside from the news, the couple had a number of interviews scheduled, including one with Matty, a Children in Need fundraiser, and his mother Alison. However, when the two talked with Charlie and Naga about how important the money raised is to families like theirs and thousands of others, the conversation took a turn when Matty and Alison acknowledged they were enormous fans of the show.
“Now, every year, the BBC’s Children in Need aids young people and their families through some of the most stressful times of their lives,” Naga began the interview.
“As part of our appeal last year, Breakfast told the story of a remarkable teenager Matty who’s been receiving care in a hospice in Loughborough, and he’s been receiving care in a hospice in Loughborough, and he’s been receiving care in a hospice in Loughborough, and he’s been receiving care in a hospice in Loughborough, and
As the camera moved to the reporter in the hospice, Charlie remarked, “And John [Maguire] is there for us to meet up with Matty and his family.”
Matty and his family were then given the task of revealing the entire amount raised at this year’s Children in Need, which was a stunning £57 million.
Matty expressed his heartfelt gratitude to fans who donated to the hospice where he was staying.
Matty expressed his gratitude by saying, “I’d just like to say a massive thank you to everyone who has donated.” “Your money means a lot to others like me, and it allows us to live our lives to the fullest.”
After thereafter, the BBC correspondent heard from the rest of Matty’s family about how important the money is to the hospice that is caring for their kid.
But, before the interview could come to a close, John from the BBC had one more question for you.
“To be honest, this astounds me,” John replied. “They are huge Naga and Charlie fans.
“So they wanted to speak with you immediately this morning,” says the narrator.
“Now, back to you two; we’ve set them up, and I believe they’ll be able to hear you, so you’ll be able to talk to Matty and Alison.”
“Oh,.”Brinkwire Summary News,” Charlie exclaimed over the video link, jumping right into the chat.