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Naga Munchetty, 45, shared a photograph on Instagram alongside her BBC Breakfast co-star Charlie Stayt, 58, yesterday. Fans were left stunned after the TV anchor revealed she took part in an activity she dreamed of “since she was a child”.
The broadcaster shared a series of snaps of herself sat beside Charlie totally covered in gunge.
In view of her 37,600 followers, Naga typed: “This can be seen on @bbcone right now…#crackerjack.
“(Confession: I wanted to be gunged since watching CRACKERJACK as a child).”
In one snap, Naga can be seen completely drenched in green slime and Charlie too was covered in gunge.
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It comes as the Breakfast duo recently took part in the CBBC series Crackerjack for the Christmas special.
The presenters were forced to play an extra-messy game of Splatterjack which sees the pair on their respective chairs receiving a slime dunking.
Fans flocked to comment on the post, as many praised the pair for being so “brave”.
One person quizzed: “Was that clothes-friendly gunk or are they now ruined…”
Another person remarked: “That was brave,” while another viewer chimed: “Look at Charlie’s face.”
“We loved it! How could they ruin that gorgeous blouse,” another fan mused.
A fifth person added: “Made my morning.”
Crackerjack is a British children’s television series that first debuted in 1955 and aired for almost 30 years.
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It has since made a return to viewers’ screens with children’s TV presenters Sam and Mark.
Meanwhile, the BBC host was recently praised after she shared a photo donating blood, adding that she was “happy to do so”.
Fans praised the BBC Breakfast host for helping to “save lives” with her act of kindness.
Naga typed: “Happy to donate today @givebloodnhs. Happy Friday! 8 mins 30 (seconds) it took X.”
In the replies section of the post, her followers applauded the star.
One said: “Well done I gave my armful last Friday, you have to try to help, don’t you!”
“Thank you, Naga! I can’t donate anymore. So seeing people that can and do makes me happy!” another typed.
While a third commented: “Good for you lovely.”
BBC Breakfast airs daily on BBC One at 6am.
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