‘I’m not having it!’ On BBC Breakfast, Naga Munchetty takes a jab at the Children In Need Chair.

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‘I’m not having it!’ On BBC Breakfast, Naga Munchetty takes a jab at the Children In Need Chair.

On Saturday morning, NAGA MUNCHETTY slammed BBC Breakfast guest Rosie Millard after the two argued about a Children in Need benefit performance.

On Saturday mornings, Naga Munchetty and Roger Johnson hosted BBC Breakfast. They invited Rosie Millard, the Chair of Children In Need, onto the show to talk about the record-breaking amount of money received by the end of this year’s BBC Children In Need live show. Naga and Rosie, on the other hand, had a disagreement when discussing one of the charity fundraiser show’s performances.

By the end of this year’s BBC Children In Need live event, more than £39 million had been raised.

Ed Sheeran, Graham Norton, and Abba all made cameos on the show.

Mike Bushell, the BBC Breakfast sport presenter, was one of the notable names who appeared on the charity live show.

In a special Children in Need edition of the musical guessing game I Can See Your Voice, he demonstrated his vocal abilities.

Naga and John were eager to discuss their colleague’s performance on Children In Need on Saturday’s episode of BBC Breakfast.

Rosie, on the other hand, made it apparent that she wasn’t a fan of the sport journalist’s singing voice.

Despite his dislike for Mike’s singing, the Children In Need Chair praised him for taking the stage and performing in front of such a large crowd.

“If you asked a hundred individuals, ‘What is your worst fear?’ they would all say the same thing,” Rosie added. ‘What is your most terrifying fear?’ It would be singing in front of an audience.” “And he pulled it off!” “He was game for it,” Naga said, and Roger added. “He was,” I said. He was willing to be mocked on a national scale,” Rosie said.

Naga, on the other hand, defended her co-star, stating that Mike does have a singing talent.

“His singing voice may not have fit that kind of singing,” the host explained, “but I can tell you he has a wonderful singing voice.”

Rosie, on the other hand, retorted, “No, it was a car accident!”

Naga was taken aback by the harsh statement and shouted, “Rosie!” Now, as a visitor on our sofa, we will not tolerate you disparaging a member of the Breakfast clan.” Rosie giggled and raised her hands in the air, “Children in Need, Children in Need.”

Naga responded, “Yes, you have that to defend yourself Rosie.”

Rosie thanked Naga, Roger, and the entire BBC Breakfast crew as the interview came to a close.

“Thank you so lot. “Brinkwire Summary News” appreciates your support.

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