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Naga Munchetty gave Charlie Stayt a stern telling off after he failed to tell her which England football chant was his favourite during their show.
The BBC Breakfast hosts were discussing England's landmark win over Denmark in the Euros semi-final on Wednesday night – which put them through to the final against Italy at Wembley on Sunday.
Presenter Naga, 46, was in high spirits on Friday morning following England's win but unfortunately she was left disappointed in her co-star Charlie, 59, after he couldn't tell her which England football chant was his favourite.
The TV duo were watching various clips of England fans celebrating around the country – including a roaring party filled with fans, flags and England anthems taking place at Boxpark in Croydon, London during the game.
As the clips played on the show it featured the newly released Atomic Kitten single, Southgate You're the One, in the background – a remix of their number one single Whole Again first released back in 2000.
After watching the delightful video montage showing overjoyed England fans jumping up and down in joy, Charlie declared: "They're some good scenes, aren't they?"
Naga then turned to Charlie and asked him: "What's your favourite? [football song]"
However, what ensued was an awkwardly long pause in the studio as Charlie seemed to struggle to come up with an answer to Naga's seemingly easy question.
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Charlie appeared lost for words as he took a deep breath and went "Umm…", which prompted Naga to tilt her head in surprise and snap: "It really wasn't that difficult a question", before sitting back in her seat in disapproval.
Charlie then quickly tried to defend himself, replying: "No I'm not going to answer that because I think the thing is, when you see all those scenes it's a moment in time isn't it?"
Naga couldn't help but see the funny side of it and shoot him a smirk as he tried to dig his way out of the hole.
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Charlie went on: "If you were at any of those places that would be your favourite wouldn't it?"
Naga then pressed him again, replying: "Yeah but if all three were to play in the same place who would be your favourite?"
Charlie then finally gave in and answered, saying that it would be Atomic Kitten's new single, given that they were due to interview her later on the show.
Luckily for Charlie, Naga and Charlie both broke down laughing after the rather tense on-air quizzing, but it looks like Charlie could brush up on his football trivia if wants to avoid another on-air grilling from Naga.
Wednesday's victory over Denmark saw England progress to a major final for the first time since 1966.
England will take on Italy at Wembley in the final at 8pm on Sunday.
BBC Breakfast airs every day at 6amm on BBC One.
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