BBC Breakfast's Carol Kirkwood left squirming as co-stars call out blunder during weather report – and issue warning | The Sun

BBC Breakfast's Carol Kirkwood left squirming as co-stars call out blunder during weather report – and issue warning | The Sun

BBC Breakfast star Carol Kirkwood was left red-faced after her co-stars pointed out a major blunder.

Carol joined co-stars Jon Kay and Sally Nugent on Monday morning to deliver her weather report.


But as Carol concluded her bulletin, promising largely sunshine and showers for the UK, Sally noticed a technical error appearing on the weather screen, as a random T had popped up next to the box reading Tuesday.

"You've got a stray T there!" Jon announced said, as Carol tried to ignore it and said: "I know, I saw that."

"T-T-Tuesday!" Jon giggled, as Carol replied: "Trying to hide it… nobody saw it!" and covered the extra letter with her hand.

Unable to avoid a cheeky quip, Sally joked: "Until Jon pointed it out! Sorry Carol, thank you very much!"

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Carol quickly fired back: "Yeah, thanks Jon!"

Jon then followed it up with a warning and told Carol: "Don't drop your Ts."

However, the trio took it in good humour and were left in stitches, with Carol laughing: "I'm off for one now, actually!"

"Get one for us as well, see you later!" Jon told her as she disappeared from the screen.

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Sally warned Jon: "Carol's had a very busy morning already! She's on her own, and she's spinning a lot of plates."

After being told off, Jon said: "Okay, okay, okay!" before swiftly moving on the conversation.

This isn't the first time that BBC Breakfast hosts have left fans in hysterics.

On Saturday, Charlie Stayt and Rachel Burden struggled to contain their laughter as they were forced to hastily cut away from a live link-up when cameras accidentally showed a star doing a wee.

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However, the moment they cut to the live video, he went to the wall and began to pull down his shorts to urinate.

BBC Breakfast's Charlie spluttered: "Ah. OK. OK," holding his head with one hand.


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