Naga Munchetty in live blunder as she complains about BBC Breakfast studio thinking microphone is off | The Sun

NAGA Munchetty suffered a live blunder after she complained about the BBC Breakfast studio thinking her microphone was off.

Naga, 47, was back on BBC Breakfast alongside Charlie Stayt today.

The pair covered a range of topics from both UK news and around the world.

But as they headed into a VT of New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announcing her decision to resign, Naga didn't realise her mic was still on.

As footage of Jacinda appeared on screen, Naga was heard saying: "I think it's getting even colder in here."

A more distant voice – which was probably a member of the crew – was heard replying: "I'll turn it up" before the audio blunder was corrected and Jacinda's statement could be heard.

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The mishap didn't go unnoticed by viewers though, with one writing on Twitter: "Brilliant! @TVNaga01 heard to say off camera I think it’s getting colder in ‘ere … turn up the heat

Another added to Naga: "chilly in the studio perchance? get a brew in!"

Meanwhile, other viewers were busy praising Naga's appearance as she presented the show in an olive green dress.

It featured a collar and zip-up front, and a long pleated skirt, which Naga wore with a pair of high heels.

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One wrote: "@TVNaga01 naga I love the green dress you are wearing today. You wear some beautiful outfits."

Another tweeted: "Morning Naga, you are looking beautiful in that green. Love the colour. Big hugs. (Not in a stalker way)."

A third added: "Sorry if already asked. Love the outfit, where is it from? Thank you."

Meanwhile a fourth shared: "Stunning dress today. Better length and perfect for you."

BBC Breakfast airs daily from 6am on BBC One.

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