Naga Munchetty replaced on BBC Breakfast in sofa shake up as colleague steps in | The Sun

BBC Breakfast viewers were left questioning Naga Munchetty’s absence this morning as she failed to appear on the red sofa.

TV host Naga can usually be found presenting the morning show on Thursdays through Saturdays with co-host Charlie Stayt.

However as the BBC One programme began today, Naga was nowhere to be seen.

Instead, Nina Warhurst was seen filling in for the absent star on the show. 

It’s fair to say many viewers seemed pleased to have Nina on the show as they welcomed the unannounced change. 

One wrote on Twitter: "Great to see the amazing @NinaWarhurst on #BBCBreakfast this morning."

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Another added: "@NinaWarhurst good morning Nina."

However one concerned fan questioned: "Where is Naga?? #BBCBreakfast."

Some viewers even commented on the better chemistry between Nina and Charlie amid accusations of a tense and frosty relationship between Naga and her regular co-star. 

One eagle-eyed fan said:  "Is it my imagination or does it seem a bit warmer in the #BBCBreakfast studio this morning?"

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It comes following the latest incident between the pair where Naga appeared to ignore her co-presenters questions and viewers were quick to call them out on their on-screen tensions. 

One wrote: "Omg Charlie & Naga at least pretend you can stand each other?! so uncomfortable to watch these 2 #bbcbreakfast."

Another wrote: "Feel like it’s time Naga and Charlie go their separate ways. It’s like watching an old married couple presenting the news. Stop bickering!!! #bbcbreakfast"

A third wrote: "Naga is so rude to co-presenters and guests, what she considers humour is arrogance and rude. She needs to go."

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