Sally Nugent says see you in a second as host cuts off BBC co-star
BBC Breakfast: Ben Thompson attempts to play the flute
Sally Nugent was forced to cut Ben Thompson off during Monday’s BBC Breakfast after he attempted to play the flute.
The segment came after the hosts discussed how pop star Lizzo can play the musical instrument.
Sally and Ben were joined on the sofa by Tony Followell from Music For All and Amina Hussain, the Principal Flautist at Manchester Camerata.
After Amina demonstrated how to play the flute, it was Ben’s turn to have a go.
However, things didn’t quite go to plan, and Sally quickly told viewers: “See you in a second.”
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“I am willing to share,” Ben told Sally to which she replied: “No thanks.”
The host continued: “I am going to have a go and it’ll be just as wonderful.
“Tell me what I need to do here, Amina.”
Although, Ben’s attempt didn’t go so well as he told Amina: “You set the bar so high.”
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As Amina encouraged Ben to keep trying, Sally cut in telling them: “Well, we do have a news programme to present.
“You know what is going to happen, I think he is going to do it when we hand to the headlines.”
“Ben, you keep going,” Sally said to her co-star cutting him off. “Thank you both, we are going to go straight to the news, travel, and weather where you’re waking up this morning. See you in a second.”
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BBC Breakfast airs daily at 6am on BBC One.
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