Sally Nugent had a wardrobe malfunction while promoting her new BBC Breakfast show, ‘Didn’t realise.’
SALLY NUGENT shared a photo of her “snazzy” new BBC Breakfast set on Instagram today, before co-star Louise Minchin pointed out a possible wardrobe malfunction.
Sally Nugent, the BBC Breakfast presenter, took to social media this morning to reveal the “snazzy” new set, which was designed specifically for today’s Olympic broadcast. The TV personality, who celebrated her 50th birthday last week, quipped that the colorful set was “quite subtle” before discovering she was dressed in the same bright hues.
Sally, dressed in a blue shirt and red trousers, posted a photo of herself on Instagram this morning, announcing her appearance on the show.
She captioned a photo she posted in front of her 25,500 Instagram followers, “Snazzy new set @bbcbreakfast.”
Louise Minchin, Sally’s co-star, later stated that it was difficult to recognize the presenter since she blended with the red sofa and blue background.
Team GB cushions were placed on the renowned couch, and images from the Tokyo Olympics were exhibited behind her.
Louise compared the set to a grotto or a temple during her appearance on today’s show.
Sally retorted, “I think it’s really great,” before pointing out her ill-advised clothing.
She said, “I didn’t realize I’d dressed to match the complete ensemble.”
Louise, who was co-hosting the breakfast show with Jon Kay, observed, “It’s extremely difficult to see you with the blue on blue.”
“I’ve arrived!” Sally laughed and flailed her arms in the air.
“It’s extremely understated,” she says. “Right now, it looks a lot like my living room at home,” she joked.
The 2020 Olympic Games ended yesterday, therefore today is the final day of coverage.
On the show, the host was fortunate enough to be accompanied by a gold medalist athlete.
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Sally spoke with Max Whitlock, the most successful British gymnast in history, after he won the men’s pommel horse competition.
Louise had a try on the gymnast’s favorite apparatus, which had been set up in the studio, before the interview.
In a photo uploaded on Twitter, she can be seen riding the pommel horse.
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