Naga Munchetty’s appearance distracts BBC Breakfast viewers ‘Very apt for VE day!’

BBC Breakfast returned to BBC One this morning with Charlie and Naga taking over from Dan Walker and Louise Minchin. The pair addressed a wide range of topics, from the latest news regarding the coronavirus and virtual dating in lockdown to the return of the Bundesliga and the tourism industry.

However, it was Naga’s dress which caught the eye of fans at home, with dozens taking to social media to voice their thoughts.

The outfit proved a hit with BBC Breakfast fans, with one fan saying on Twitter: “Naga Munchetty looking effortlessly elegant. #BBCBreakfast.”

A second agreed: “@BBCBreakfast Just have to say…WOW…How stylish n cool Naga looks…loving the dress & gorgeous shoes.” (sic)

Another viewer weighed in: “Naga Munchetty’s outfit this morning! So pretty too! @BBCBreakfast.”

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While a fourth thought the colours of the dress were an appropriate nod to VE Day on Friday.

They said: “I’m loving Naga’s dress on @BBCBreakfast Very apt for VE day tomorrow.”

Another fan asked the present directly: “Naga, love your dress, right up my street, (Thursday 7th) where did you get it from?”

Naga took to Twitter to answer the fan, saying: “Hi it’s an oldie from @Fever_London x.”

It wasn’t just Naga’s outfit that grabbed the attention of BBC viewers, however.

As the show was brought to a close, the BBC Breakfast presenter was forced to cut off Lord of the Rings star Andy Serkis.

The actor joined the show via video link to discuss the film franchise and his new project which will see him read The Hobbit in one sitting for diehard fans.

Andy faced a number of questions about the fantasy series, as well as persistent probes from Charlie to reenact his famous Gollum voice.

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