BBC Breakfast's Naga Munchetty called out for 'laughable' blunder during Storm Ciarán report | The Sun

BBC Breakfast's Naga Munchetty has come under fire from fans for her presenting skills.

Storm Ciarán has been raging across the country causing widespread damage and gales of over 100mph have been recorded.

Naga, 41, took to the airwaves on BBC Breakfast alongside her usual co-host Charlie Stayt, 61.

News topics on the show included the latest on the Israel / Hamas war and of course various reports on the effects of the storm.

However, as Naga was delivering her various links to camera, viewers couldn't help but notice something was a bit awry.

As the host steered the show to Carol Kirkwood, 61, for the latest updates, fans of the publicly funded corporation noted the strange pronunciation of the name of the storm.


back together

BBC Breakfast faves are worlds away from studio as they reunite on night out


BBC Breakfast's Nina Warhust reveals battle with 'baldness' in frank video

Early in the show Naga said: "It's 16 minutes past seven, Carol's taking a look at the weather.

"Carol, so important today to kind of get a really good idea of how Storm Ciaron is affecting various parts particularly in the south of the country."

She made the seeming mistake at several points in the show, which lasts for more than three hours.

Viewers took to X – formerly known as Twitter – and it's fair to say the reaction was mixed to her apparent mispronunciation blunder.

Most read in TV

will it survive?

Huge BBC primetime show ‘facing the axe’ as viewers ‘switch off’


Moment Priscilla Presley weeps as she opens up to Piers over daughter’s death


Soap ‘wildchild’ leaves Coronation Street just months after landing role

baby joy

BBC star Victoria Coren Mitchell, 51, gives birth to 2nd child with David Mitchell

One viewer asked: "Why can't Naga pronounce it properly? #StormCiaran #BBCBreakfast"

A second laughed: "I so find it so funny that Naga Munchetty cannot pronounce Storm Ciaran correctly #BBCBreakfast"

But a third user fumed: "OMG Naga – it is CiaRAN not CiraRON! Gosh! #BBCBreakfast"

Source: Read Full Article