Naga Munchetty was accused of an "outrageous slur" about the Eurovision Song Contest on BBC Breakfast this morning. Naga was fronting today's episode of the morning show with co host Charlie Stayt when she made the comments in question about the singing competition, following last night's live semi-final on BBC Three.
The 47-year-old was speaking ahead of this weekend's much-anticipated main event in Turin, Italy. Charlie said he didn't believe UK entry Sam Ryder stands a chance of winning, and Naga agreed, writes the Express.
But she then got into a bit of bother when she told Eurovision correspondent David Sillito she did not believe the voting was "a fair process always", as writes the Daily Express.
While Ukraine are favourites this year, UK hopeful Sam is also being backed for big things and is reportedly third favourite with bookies.During the chat with David, Charlie said there was "growing optimism" in the UK camp but then joked he wouldn't say the rest of the sentence he was supposed to.As Naga started to laugh, Charlie said: "I am not going to read what it was going to say.Read more on dailyrecord.co.uk