BBC Breakfast: Carol Kirkwood hits back at 'rude' Naga Munchetty jibe ’Stop your nagging!’

The moment unfolded on BBC Breakfast as Carol Kirkwood gave her weather report following sport correspondent Mike Bushell’s segment delivered live from the Gold Coast in Australia.

Charlie Stayt drew attention to the sunny weather in the region, and Naga couldn’t help but take a swipe at Carol.

Naga said: “Carol, would you be upset if I said I prefer Mike’s weather reports?”

“I’d be very upset Naga, very upset. But I am shaking in my shoes because Mike’s weather reports are so good,” Carol replied.

“I know, they are brilliant aren’t they,” Naga responded.

Drawing attention to the blue skies in the backdrop behind Carol, Naga moaned: “Come on, you’ve got a great picture there, but it’s whether or not you can live up to that picture.”

“No pressure!” Carol exclaimed.

Despite the criticism, Carol pressed on with her weather report, but Naga had more to say.

Naga stated: “You did promise 18 [degrees] yesterday.”

“Mmm, it still might happen, it still could. We’ve got this big complex area of low pressure coming our way and that’s what’s giving us grief,” Carol explained.

Naga curtly retorted: “It certainly is. Alright Carol.”

Later on in another weather update, Carol finally hit back at Naga’s moaning.

She said: “We could hit 16 on Friday which isn’t too bad for the time of year. So, Naga, hopefully that will stop your nagging.”

“Ohh Carol! It will never ever stop. Ever ever ever Ever,” Naga protested.

Those watching at home were stunned by Naga’s jibes at the weatherwoman, and were quick to praise Carol for her clapback.

One exclaimed: “G’wan Carol you tell her! No need for her rudeness @BBCBreakfast.”

“Turned on TV and @BBCBreakfast is on. Fnd Naga again being awkward and rude, this time to Carol Kirkwood. Then remembered that’s why I watch @GMB when she’s on. #turnedover #rude #awkward #poorcharlie,” another wrote.

“@BBCBreakfast Is @BBCNaga really a frustrated weather presenter! Seems obsessed by it #bitweird @carolkirkwood @mrdanwalker.”

“#bbcbreakfast careful Carol if Naga doesn’t get what she wants she will probably taser you.”

BBC Breakfast airs weekdays at 6am on BBC One.

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