BBC Breakfast’s Charlie Stayt’s hair brutally mocked by Robbie Savage ‘Going grey’
BBC Breakfast: Robbie Savage teases Charlie over his 'grey hair'
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Sally Nugent welcomed Robbie Savage onto BBC Breakfast via video link to talk about what Boris Johnson’s road map to get out of lockdown means for sports going forward. However, as the interview came to an end, Charlie Stayt couldn’t help but ask Robbie what he’d been doing to his hair. Robbie was quick to swipe back as he mocked the state of the journalist’s locks.
As she wrapped up her interview with Robbie, Sally told the guest: “We’re not going to wrap up just yet. My mate Charlie’s got a question for you.”
Charlie asked: “Morning Robbie, Charlie here. Two questions before you go.
“One, are you just going to let the hair go? Is that the plan? And also, is it a onesie?”
Laughing Robbie replied: “It’s a top and the hair, I can see you’re trying to get your hair like mine Charlie.
“Mine’s going grey like yours as well Charlie.”
Sally added: “Well done, Robbie Savage we love you! Great to talk to you.
“I might actually have hair envy. I told Robbie earlier I had hair envy.”
Earlier in the show, Charlie was shut down by Carol Kirkwood when he disrupted her weather forecast.
As the meteorologist tried to get on with her report, Charlie was keen to get her opinion on NASA’s rover Perseverance on Mars.
“Let’s pick up on the Mars thing and we’ll get the weather on Mars now,” Charlie said.
“Carol’s got the details for us. How’s it looking Carol?”
Carol shot a confused look at the presenter as she clearly hadn’t prepared to cover Mars.
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“On Mars, hmmm…” she said struggling to come up with an answer to satisfy Charlie.
Charlie jumped in: “I’ll tell you what we do know, Carol, is it’s windy because they listened in, didn’t they?
“You could hear the little whistle of the wind.”
Carol tried to jump in and move the conversation back to the UK report: “It’s certainly windy where we are today, Charlie, in fact.”
But Charlie wasn’t letting up as he sighed: “You’re not going with the Mars thing, are you? You’re not going there at all.”
Carol snapped back: “No, because I’ve only got a minute and a half and I want to get the UK forecast done so I’m going to press on!”
Fortunately for the weather presenter Charlie allowed he to carry on with the forecast uninterrupted.
BBC Breakfast airs daily on BBC One at 6am.
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