Naga Munchetty discovers the meaning of 'Netflix and chill'
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BBC Breakfast presenter Naga Munchetty has revealed that she “fell over” during her first dance at her wedding. Speaking on her BBC Radio 5 Live show this morning, the host, 46, spoke about how she related to pop star Anne-Marie’s fall at the BRIT Awards last night, which saw her take a tumble while performing her latest hit Kiss My (Uh Oh).
It didn’t go to plan but the wedding day was a success apart from that
Speaking on her radio show today, Naga praised the singer for composing herself after the fall.
At the start of her show, the BBC presenter said: “Styling it out.
“How good at that are you?” she asked listeners.
Naga went on: “Well, Anne-Marie carried on singing after taking a little tumble at the BRITs last night.”
The newsreader paused for a second as she replayed the moment the star fell before getting back up.
Addressing the moment, she said: “That’s properly styling it out isn’t it?
“Really, really good,” Naga praised the star.
The BBC host went on to reveal that she could relate to Anne-Marie’s fall as she relayed her own clumsy moment anecdote.
Naga continued: “I mentioned earlier on Nicky’s programme, I don’t know if I styled it out, but I did fall over in a big, puffy wedding dress during my first dance to You’re Just Too Good To Be True”.
She admitted that despite having learnt a dance routine in anticipation of the big day, her and James Haggar’s first time spinning around the dance floor as husband and wife featured a surprise.
“We even figured out a dance routine and everything.
“It didn’t go to plan but the wedding day was a success apart from that,” Naga admitted.
She jokingly added: “It never happened, wasn’t on Insta, so never happened.”
Naga married TV consultant James in 2007.
She previously told the Guardian that “being kind to each other” and “golf” were the secrets behind their happy marriage.
Naga revealed: “It [golf] gives us a few hours together when we’re walking and talking and catching up; it really makes a difference.
“When James and I got married almost 12 years ago, one of his aunts said to us: the best bit of advice I can give you is to simply be kind to one another. She was right.”
The BBC star also discussed her relationship on former co-star Louise Minchin’s Her Spirit podcast.
She said: “James and I don’t row, and he’s a lovely, lovely man, he’s definitely the better half.
“Golf takes you on a journey together, and it means you stay in touch with one another.”
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