BBC Breakfast host Charlie Stayt in awkward clash with Saturday Kitchen’s Matt Tebbutt
BBC BREAKFAST host Charlie Stayt as we speak had an awkward clash with Saturday Kitchen’s Matt Tebbutt
It got here after presenter Charlie 60, made a startling meals confession.
Every weekend BBC Breakfast does a stay hyperlink up with Matt in the Saturday Kitchen studio, to search out out what’s arising on his present.
It is normally Naga Muchetty, 48, who will get right into a humorous trade with the TV chef, 49, however as she was off as we speak, it was Charlie’s flip.
Matt and the BBC Breakfast host had a relatively awkward, simply equally humorous, debate about mashed potato.
Naga’s fill in host Rachel Burden began it off when she advised the Saturday Kitchen host: “So Matt I heard an extradentary statement from Charlie this morning that he’s done with mashed potato!”
Matt then requested Charlie: “So you’re done with it? It’s just out of your life?”
An awkward wanting Charlie then mentioned: “Do you know what? I wasn’t really expecting this to become a topic of discussion but now we’re into it, I just feel like I don’t need it in my life anymore!.”
Matt then replied: “So you’re just over it?”
To which an much more awkward Charlie replied: “Let me be clear Matt, I’m not anti mash potato!”
Matt then joked: “Do you think you could get cancelled for not liking mash potato?”
Charlie then laughed and mentioned: “I don’t know where this is going! It’s taking on a whole dimension!”
Then referring to Charlie being “cancelled” for not liking mashed potato, Matt mentioned: “Well I could try!”
Both studios then began to snort, and Charlie took all of it very effectively.
It’s normally Naga, who has a cheeky trade with Matt, and final week had viewers’ in stitches when she poked enjoyable at his flamboyant new look.
During this morning’s stay hyperlink up with Saturday Kitchen, Matt confirmed off his new shirt which had massive pink flamingos on it – which was a change to his typical formal look.
Naga instantly took goal, and requested him what was on his shirt, to which he defined he had been mocked by his co-workers for it, with one colleague asking him if he was “having a mid-life crisis”.
She then teased: “Well it’s in stark contrast to the usual dark blue, which I think you must have about thirty of them (shirts)!”
Before including with a smile: “You’re moving out of your comfort zone, it’s good to see Matt! Keep it expanding!”
But Matt took it effectively, after which mentioned it was “better” than the one he had on final week for Eurovision.
BBC Breakfast airs each day on BBC One and iPlayer.