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BBC Breakfast’s Naga Munchetty takes cheeky swipe at Carol Kirkwood’s ‘popularity’

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BBC Breakfast star Naga Munchetty took a very cheeky swipe at Carol Kirkwood's popularity live on-air. The presenter, 47, insinuated that the meteorologist had not proved popular by the general public in recent weeks, due to the record breaking heatwave around the country.

Carol told viewers about the possibility of showers coming soon, but Naga was quick to take a swipe. She said: "That's the thing though isn't it Carol, when you finally do get some splodges of rain on your graphic you'll be ever so popular." Laughing off the host's comments, Carol bit back with: "I'm going to be ever so pleased as well." She added: "If you take into account all the problems that farmers and growers have but I look at my own garden and it's like the Gobi desert, the soil is like sand, it's really powdery and lawn is brown." Naga interrupted: "You'll work your magic Carol I know you will." READ MORE ON BBC BREAKFAST FEELING QUEASY BBC Breakfast's Ben Thompson 'really worried' as co-star fights VOMITING CANDID CONFESSION BBC Breakfast's Carol Kirkwood admits job was 'too much for me' It comes after Naga took a BRUTAL swipe at BBC co-star Matt Tebbutt's appearance at the weekend.

The journalist linked up with the Saturday Kitchen host to see what was happening on the show that day. Naga explained to viewers: "We're with you until half nine today because the Commonwealth Games are on, so we're making way for those obviously. "And Saturday Kitchen has been shoved over to another kitchen on BBC Two this morning.

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