Naga Munchetty gets flustered after mispronouncing ‘suede’
Naga Munchetty became flustered after a blunder on BBC Breakfast.
While chatting to Manic Street Preachers’ Nicky Wire and Suede’s Brett Anderson, she stumbled over her words and stated: “Dont know how to say it,” as co-star Charlie Stayt laughed.
Concluding the interview, Naga remarked: “It’s been brilliant, Nicky, Brett, thank you and good luck.”
She turned to the cameras and continued: “Suede – wait, swede, oh I don’t know how to say it now…”
She placed her head in her hands as she repeated: “I don’t know how to say it!”
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Chuckling, Charlie turned to the singers and commented: “Swede!”
“I’ve just called you a Swede,” Naga added as Charlie continued to laugh.
“Oh,” she added as she chucked her pen onto the table in front to her.
“Suede and Manic Street Preachers tour starts next tour – other vegetables are available.”
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Elsewhere in the interview, two rock artists explained to the hosts their plans for their joint tour.
“People had sides, didn’t they?” Charlie pointed out, “They were Blur or Oasis, there was all those things going on.
“Do you look out in the crowd and maybe see the people who are there for you or those who wat to see Manic Street Preachers?
“Or is all that long gone and it’s just for the music.”
“I think we’ve both got a really dedicated fan base but there is a cross-pollination,” Nicky replied.
“We kind of share some of the same gene pool, you know, we were always just on the outside and on the periphery.”
“There is a kind of core of people that like both bands, there’s something that the Manics and Suade have in common,” Brett agreed.
“We weren’t part on Brit Pop, we were always on the outside and we both started a bit early too – and we just looked better than everyone else back then anyway, you know,” Nicky joked.
Nicky detailed how he had been on “an epic tour across Europe” and are gearing up for their next one.
“I’ve watched the Manics every night and it’s always really inspiring,” Brett explained.
“It’s a kind of friendly competition,” he went on.
BBC Breakfast airs weekdays from 6am on BBC One.
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