Naga Munchetty jokes about being called ‘lazy’

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Naga Munchetty, 46, took to Twitter and reacted to Piers Morgan’s post following the football match between Crystal Palace and Arsenal. The 56-year-old, who is an avid supporter of the north London club, took a swipe at Roy Hodgson following his team’s loss.

It comes after the football match at Selhurst Park ended with defeat for Crystal Palace as Arsenal secured a 3-1 win in the Premier League match.

Naga was unimpressed after spotting Piers’ gleeful reaction to the news.

In view of his 7.9 million followers, the former Good Morning Britain presenter shared a snap of Crystal Palace manager Hodgson.

Piers captioned the post: “Sorry Roy,” followed by prayer-hand emojis.

Naga replied to Piers’ message, as the BBC Breakfast presenter was not pleased with his reaction.

In view of her 255,000 followers, she replied: “Grrr…”

The former GMB host couldn’t help but react to Naga’s tweet, as he cheekily replied with a laughing face emoji.

Piers’ remark comes as Hodgson announced he will leave Crystal Palace when his contract expires at the end of the season.

The 73-year-old former England boss said: “The time is right to step away from the rigours of top-flight Premier League football.”

Hodgson has been in charge of Palace since September 2017.

The ITV star, who quit his role presenting the morning programme in March, is no stranger to going back and forth with members of the rival BBC Breakfast team – most notably Dan Walker.

Piers recently branded the show’s team “dullards” in a brutal tweet.

It comes after BBC Breakfast editor Richard Frediani tweeted that the show had a “huge audience interest” during Wednesday’s episode with a 50 per cent share at 7am.

He added the programme also had enjoyed a “big increase in volume” from 12 months ago.

Richard wrote: “Wow. Huge numbers for #BBCBreakfast on Friday with an average share of 46.2 per cent and the largest audience so far in 2021.


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“Key interviews, major stories, sport, weather and entertainment make it by far the #MostWatched morning show. Thank you.”

The father-of-four shared the post, writing: “I hear @GMB’s share was 18 per cent yesterday.

“For perspective, on my last day, @GMB it’s share was 35 per cent and the BBC’s was 33 per cent.

“It’s been a long two months. Kills me to see these dullards crowing again.”

Elsewhere, Naga recently offered an apology as she was corrected by Bucks Fizz star Cheryl Baker, as they discussed the Eurovision Song Contest and the United Kingdom’s 2021 hopeful James Newman, 31 on BBC Radio 5 Live this week.

Naga seemingly got mixed up with the Eurovision hopeful and his brother, Love Me Again hitmaker John, as she incorrectly called him “John” Newman.

She went on to welcome Cheryl into the chat, who pointed out her error as Naga offered an apology for her mistake.

BBC Breakfast airs daily on BBC One at 6am.

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