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BBC Breakfast presenter Charlie Stayt cheekily begged Naga Munchetty to perform her hidden talent on the BBC morning show after a heartwarming interview.
During Thursday’s visit to the BBC studios, the presenting duo woke up the nation with another jam-packed episode on the cards.
One of the top stories of the show was the huge resurgence of brass bands taking school’s by storm this Spring.
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For the daily news programme, the broadcaster welcomed four high school students onto the signature red sofa where the 48-year-old presenter revealed she also used to play the trumpet at school.
When talking to the musical quartet, Naga asked how they managed to drag around all their heavy equipment around school after her previous experiences as a child.
She asked: “Daniel why did you choose the trombone, because when you have to carry it about it’s a bit of a pain.
“When I used to play the trumpet and it’s much smaller and much easier to carry about. I guess you can take it apart and sort it all out.”
It didn’t take long before her co-host took advantage of her surprising revelation as he begged the journalist to perform on the morning show later in the programme.
He cheekily asked: "Were you tempted to join in? It would be a good thing to do" which Naga successfully managed to brush off three times before the conductor chimed in on the joke.
The teacher echoed: "Well I heard that Naga used to play the trumpet, we should get her back one day, get her playing in a band."
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"Or even here on the programme, why not?" Charlie insisted as Naga reminded them through gritted teeth: "We haven't got an instrument" before moving on with the programme.
It comes after the dad-of-two clashed heads with beloved weather woman Carol Kirkwood on the BBC programme after he "cut off" her segment.
She snapped: “I have a finite amount of time, Charlie, to bring you weather but it will be a longer one in the next half hour – depending on how long you speak, of course.
“If you overrun that cuts my time, so can you keep it brief please?” she added.
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