BBC Breakfast's Nina Warhurst reveals hidden talent on show – but Charlie Stayt is not impressed | The Sun

BBC Breakfast's Nina Warhurst revealed a hidden talent on todays show – but Charlie Stayt was not impressed.

Nina, 42, was standing in for Naga Munchetty, and as well as showing off her new hairstyle, she also treated BBC Breakfast viewers to her singing voice.

Nina and Charlie Stayt started to introduce a singing segment from Kate Middleton's old piano teacher, with Nina asking: "Who doesn't love a good singing lesson?"

Charlie, 60, replied: "You do. You're constantly singing!"

As Nina laughed, Charlie insisted: "No you are."

Nina replied: "I am a hummer too, is it annoying?"

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Making no bones about it, Charlie replied: "Yes."

Viewers then saw the choir singing a song for King Charles' coronation later this year, before the cameras returned to the studio.

Nina started singing the chorus from the song, and Charlie said: "You've got it? You learned that fast!"

Nina replied: "I've got that bit. I told you I like singing, can't necessarily do it very well but what I lack in talent I make up for in enthusiasm."

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Meanwhile Nina received lots of compliments for her new shorter hairstyle.

One viewer wrote on Twitter: "you're looking fab this morning, love your hair x."

Another added: "am I behind the times, love the shorter hair."

A third tweeted: "credit where credit is due, that’s a nice haircut. Hope you tipped the stylist."

Meanwhile a fourth shared: "@NinaWarhurst love new bob."

BBC Breakfast airs daily from 6am on BBC One.

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