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Naga Munchetty leaves BBC Breakfast fan blushing with VERY rude joke – and can barely keep a straight face

NAGA Munchetty left BBC Breakfast fan blushing with a VERY rude joke - and could barely keep a straight face. Today's show featured a report on beavers Winnie and Eeyore who have made a home on the River Glaven. The segment featured footage of the beavers at work building a dam as well as local wildlife experts talking about how the animals create wetlands, as well as their hopes for Winnie and Eeyore to breed and have a family.

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Naga Munchetty's fans all say the same thing as BBC Breakfast host posts sweaty selfie
BBC Breakfast presenter Naga Munchetty’s fans all said the same thing after the news reporter shared a post-workout selfie.The 47-year-old loves to keep fit, is active on social media and regularly updates fans with snippets of her life.Naga loves to workout and often takes pictures of herself after she’s worked up a sweat, but a recent snap caused a stir amongst her 54,800 followers.READ MORE: BBC Breakfast's Jon Kay makes co-star Sally Nugent 'nervous' after major studio shake-upIn the picture, Naga looked bright eyed and bushy tailed as she held the camera above her head, her eyes open wide as a bead of sweat dripped near her eyes.She wore her short, dark hair in loose curls as they fell over her forehead and she appeared to be listening to music through wireless earphones.Munchetty topped off her gym look with a plain black t-shirt and took to the caption to comment.She wrote: “Anyone sweated more than this today?”Fans were gobsmacked as they responded to the BBC Breakfast host’s question.One wrote: “My gym session was very sweaty today for some reason?!”Another added: “Yup, but I’m not as fit as you, so probably only 20% of what you did by similar sweat levels.”A keen follower rushed to tell Naga that they had “done a high intensity interval training class at lunch,” while others commented on the star’s natural beauty.One told her that she is “a beautiful lady,” while another congratulated her and told Naga she “looks great on TV” so it is “all worth while”.The gushing comment came mere days after the BBC presenter admitted that she had been called “bloody useless” by her superiors back when she had just started her career.The journalist spoke to Radio Times about the incident and she recalled that she’d “had a copy