BBC Breakfast’s Nina Warhurst savagely swiped at her co-host Charlie Stayt about “needing improvement” during a segment this morning.
BBC Breakfast’s Nina Warhurst took a savage swipe at her co-host Charlie StaytCredit: BBC
The pair came to blows during segment on upcycled itemsCredit: BBC
Sharing a selection of pictures from fans who turned “trash to treasure,” someone had upcycled the stain glass panels on his son’s old door and transformed it into a free standing frame.
Charlie already showed signs of confusion when looking at the picture, saying: “That still looked like a door to me, but yeah, I think that’s is just in isolation isn’t it?”
Nina then chimed in: “Yeah, I think it’s got a shelf underneath it, very handy. I love that for your entrance hall of something.”
The next photo was an upcycled chest of drawers as Nina quipped: “It’s amazing what some paint can do.”
A seemingly unimpressed Charlie added: “It’s presumably still a chest of drawers, is it?”
“Yes but she’s given it a lick of paint and put a new design on it,” Nina responded.
After being shown a picture of a chair that had been given “quite a bit of colour,” Charlie said: “Is that upcycling? Because that’s just changing the material on a seat.”
“To make it look better, yes, upcycling,” Nina informed her co-host.
Charlie responded: “Okay,” before Nina told him: “You bar is too high!”
Still confused by the concept of upcycling, the broadcaster stated: “I was thinking you were going to have a thing that was completely transformed into a different use entirely.”
“Everything is in pristine condition in this studio,” Nina claimed before letting out a huge giggle.
With a producer giving her an idea, she savagely clarified: “Male presenters, yeah.”
“We’ll ignore that suggestion that came in my ear just then,” Charlie simply responded.
BBC Breakfast airs weekdays from 6am on BBC One.
Charlie wasn’t convinced after being shown a picture of ‘hideous’ chairCredit: BBC
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