Naga Munchetty sent fans into a frenzy over her ‘see-through’ blouse on Thursday morning’s BBC Breakfast show.
The newsreader, 48, was presenting alongside Charlie Stayt and looked typically put-together despite the early 6am start.
She donned a sheer long-sleeve blouse over a black vest top for the stylish look, which she accompanied with cropped patterned trousers.
The star also opted for typically flawless make-up for the cameras, including a dark-red lip.
The high-neck top was met with much admiration from viewers, who rushed to express their compliments on Twitter.
Stunning: Naga Munchetty sent fans into a frenzy over her beautiful ‘see-through’ blouse on BBC Breakfast on Thursday morning
Professional: The newsreader, 48, was presenting the 6am show alongside Charlie Stayt
One user said: ‘Loving your blouse today! You look fab.’
Meanwhile others wanted to know where they could also get their hands on the stunning top.
One person said: ‘Good morning. My girlfriend loves the top you’re wearing and would be appreciative if you’d let me know where you purchased it. Thanks.’
Another asked: ‘Where did you get your blouse from today please, it’s beautiful.’
It comes after Naga was slammed by BBC Breakfast watchers for being ‘rude and arrogant’ towards Charlie Stayt, which they claimed makes for ‘awkward viewing’.
The newsreader, 47, is often criticised by fans for her frosty on-air exchanges with her co-stars, including beloved weather presenter Carol Kirkwood, 60.
And over the past week, Twitter users have highlighted Naga’s ‘spikey relationship’ with Charlie, 60, while calling for her to be sacked.
One wrote: ‘Naga why are you so rude and arrogant towards Charlie, you would not tolerate it if he did that. He really does his best not to let you get to him, you often are rude to Carol too. #bully #BBCBreakfast.’
Gorgeous: Naga wore the sheer blouse over a black vest top, and completed the ensemble with cropped trousers
Compliments: Fans rushed to Twitter to compliment Naga and ask where they could get their own blouse from
Another added: ‘I see Naga & Charlie are in their spikey relationship space this morning. It’s like as a kid & you walk into the room knowing your parents have fallen out… awkward viewing. #BBCBreakfast.’
A third and fourth penned, ‘Charlie and Naga are too much! They’re like brother and sister #BBCBreakfast,’ and, ‘@BBCBreakfast think Naga was that close to swatting Charlie during the Papers slot.’
Another fan chimed in with, ‘Why are us viewers having to put up with Naga munchetta bad behaviour towards Charlie State .Sack her.’
One more concluded, ‘@BBCBreakfast Why is Naga so rude to Charlie this morning….? Not just this morning really is it.’
Charlie recently cut off Naga and slammed her expertise.
The hosts were caught bickering live on air again as the duo disagreed over how a 6ft 4in jockey, Jack Andrews, would compare to his shorter competitors at Cheltenham.
When reading from Jack’s testimony, he said: ‘He says, “If you’re short, you’re sometimes perched on top of the back of the horse, and they can get the better of you”.
‘Whereas If you’re a big lad, you can manhandle a horse.’
Uh-oh: BBC Breakfast viewers slammed Naga Munchetty for being ‘rude and arrogant’ towards Charlie Stayt, claiming it makes for ‘awkward viewing’
He then told Naga: ‘So the much smaller jockey would sit on top of the horse whereas he can wrap his legs further around the horse.’
Naga then glared back at Charlie, confused, before commenting, ‘I’m not sure it would be completely comfortable wrapping your legs around the girth of a horse whilst it’s galloping at who knows how many miles per hour.’
She added: ‘When you’re galloping, you’re supposed to be on top of the horse. You can’t just sit and bump on the horse.’
And while Naga was speaking, Charlie then cut her off and made a dig at her expertise.
He said: ‘I think what I’ll do is I’ll take the testimony of Jack Andrews, the jockey, over your expertise in the area.’
He added another jibe by saying: ‘That’s all I’m saying. I think he probably knows what he’s talking about.’
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