NAGA Munchetty left fans in a fluster as she showed off a new daring look.
Fans are used to seeing her in her professional attire as she asks the hard-hitting questions on بي بي سي الإفطار but journalist Naga was keen to show off a different side to herself.
الانتقال إلى Instagram, Naga posted a rather steamy selfie as she showcased her sweat-dripping face after enjoying a morning run after she spoke about needing to ‘let off some steam’.
The BBC star beamed into the camera as she flashed a smile and her pearly whites in the steamy gym selfie.
Alongside the image, Naga wrote: "Good start to the day. Needed to let off some steam with a run. That’s done. Feel good.”
Ever the professional, Naga was quick to inform her fans what she was up to after her intense running session as she happily shared: “Now off to #labourconference for @bbc5live I’ll be in your 👂🏽 11am-1pm 🎙👋🏾”
Fans were quick to comment on Naga’s selfie as they rushed to the comments to share their thoughts.
One adoring fan declared: “so gorgeous.”
وافق آخر,قول: “Said it once say it again absolute beauty xxxxx”
A third hot under the collar fan added: “Certainly look steamy.”
الأكثر قراءة في التلفزيون
Whilst another fan added their well-wishes writing: “Looking radiant Naga, enjoy the conference.”
Naga’s selfie comes after she recently made a stir on the Breakfast sofa following an encounter with singer Lewis Capaldi.
The Scots star, 25, sat down on the famous red sofa this morning on BBC Breakfast following the success of his latest track Forget Me.
But at the end of the interview, Lewis left the hosts red faced after a rude remark.
The singer-songwriter turned to Charlie Stayt and told him he had “great hair” after being thanked for coming onto the show.
Host Charlie then pays the compliment back to Lewis.
This then leads to Naga asking the pair: “Would you like a room?”.
Lewis then fails to hear her correctly and thinks she said an x-rated word.
هو قال: “I thought you said rim”.
This leaves Naga open-mouthed and she quickly ends the interview to go for a quick break.
And said: “We’re going to have a little word with Lewis”.