Naga Munchetty Charlie Stayt Sam Ryder Art Britain Ukraine BBC song Naga Munchetty Charlie Stayt Sam Ryder Art Britain Ukraine

Naga Munchetty blasted for ‘outrageous slur’ on BBC Breakfast

Reading now: 199

NAGA Munchetty was accused of using a 'slur' against Eurovision during Friday's edition of BBC Breakfast. The BBC presenter, 47, cohosted alongside Charlie Stayt when they chatted to Eurovision correspondent David Sillito in a live cross to Turin.

Naga and Charlie agreed that while the UK entrant, Sam Ryder, is likely to do well at tomorrow's final, he won't win the Song Contest.

Charlie joked that he refused to read the autocue about the "growing optimism" of UK winning Eurovision 2022. Naga laughed and Charlie continued: "I am not going to read what it was going to say.

I'm not going to say that. "What it says it might finally be the UK's year, but we all know that is not going to happen because Ukraine has tipped everything on its head and changed things right?" Naga added: "The UK's entry Sam Ryder is right up there among the favourites for the final.

The website is an aggregator of news from open sources. The source is indicated at the beginning and at the end of the announcement. You can send a complaint on the news if you find it unreliable.

Related News