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BBC Breakfast’s Naga Munchetty screams as she’s covered in gunge in hilarious Crackerjack! scenes

BBC Breakfast’s Naga Munchetty screamed as she was covered in gunge as she participated in this year’s Crackerjack! Christmas special with her co-presenter Charlie Stayt.

The broadcaster faced off against Charlie in an intense game of Splatterjack, a messy challenge hosted by Sam and Mark, which saw two eager contestants crank the guests right up until one of them reached the slime.

Contestant Phoebe was in charge of Naga and she stormed through the general knowledge questions, meaning that Naga reached the bulging balloon of gunge before Charlie did.

In hilarious scenes, the presenter was sprayed with last year’s sprouts and she cried out as it poured over her head.

‘Oh my God!’ she shouted.

She then started throwing her green gunge over Charlie, who was sitting pretty (and dry) in his neighbouring seat.

However, Charlie wasn’t slime-free for long, as Sam and Mark decided contestant Amelia could continue to crank him up to be splattered too.

Viewers were in stitches over the scenes, with many feeling nostalgic.

‘Loving this, taking me back to my childhood, can’t beat seeing Naga getting gunged too, what a result,’ wrote one.

Meanwhile, another praised Naga for her efforts, and penned: ‘Well done for being such a good sport albeit looking more like The Grinch after your gunging on Crackerjack!’

Naga later shared a picture of herself doused in green goo on Instagram.

‘(Confession: I wanted to be gunged since watching CRACKERJACK as a child),’ she captioned the picture.

Crackerjack! Christmas special is available to stream on BBC iPlayer.

Credit: Original article published here.

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