BBC BREAKFAST’s Naga Munchetty wowed viewers as she hosted one of the Beeb’s most iconic shows – and now fans want more.
Last night the 48-year-old – who has co-hosted the morning news with Charlie Stayt, 60 since 2014 – hosted Have I Got News For You.
The BBC announced last month that Naga would be appearing as a guest presenter on their hugely successful quiz show for the first time.
She was joined by Times Radio presenter and former leader of the Scottish Conservative Party, Ruth Davidson.
Joining the panel discussion were longtime members Ian Hislop, 62, and Paul Merton, 65, who cracked their usual jokes and put a new angle on the breaking news.
But it was Naga who stole the show, with fans demanding she become the permanent presenter.
Viewers immediately took to Twitter and wrote: “Naga Munchetty is awesome! Please make her the permanent moderator!”
While the latter posted: “Naga Munchetty is pretty good at it. Do I have news for you, don’t you?”
Another tweeted; “By all means get Naga back, I have news for you please!”
Meanwhile, Naga fans were thrilled to see her back on BBC Breakfast yesterday after she was ‘missing’ from the show.
Her return to BBC One’s flagship show ‘Monsignore’ comes after she previously revealed she was facing an ongoing health battle.
She has made her condition public after her husband was forced to call an ambulance due to a serious flare-up of illness.
Naga said of her heartbreaking ordeal, “The pain was so terrible I could not move, turn or sit up. I screamed non-stop for 45 minutes.”
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