Naga Munchetty had an honest response for a fan who called her out on Twitter after the presenter suffered a time blunder.
The BBC star, 47, might famed for anchoring BBC Breakfast from Thursday to Saturday on BBC One, but she's a lady of many talents.
Away from the TV screen, Naga fronts her own radio show Mondays to Wednesdays on 5 Live, where she speaks to her listeners about current affairs.
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However, it appears she suffered an awkward time-related blunder on Monday's show (June 20) which involved her confusing the morning with the afternoon – and it definitely didn't go unnoticed with listeners.
We've all fallen victim to getting the time wrong, and especially on a Monday, but unfortunately for Naga her time-telling errors go out to thousands of people across the country.
Taking to Twitter, one fan wrote: "The time is 12.20, good morning #WorstOneYet".
But Naga confessed she's made worse mistakes during her broadcasting career before thanking him for listening.
She replied: "No – there has been worse. Thanks for listening. @bbc5live x"
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Earlier this year, Naga accidentally told BBC Breakfast the time was 11:11 rather than 8am, a hefty three hours earlier.
Both Naga and her co-star Charlie Stayt failed to notice the error and carried on with the show, but eventually Naga was informed of the moment by her listeners.
The keen golfer then apologised a whopping four times for the mistake.
One of Naga's most epic gaffes came on BBC Breakfast back in April – where she accidentally told viewers that Boris Johnson had been jailed, rather than jailed tennis star Boris Becker.
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She shared the news that Becker had been jailed after hiding £2.5million worth of assets and loans to avoid paying off debts.
The six-time Grand Slam champion was found guilty of four charges under the Insolvency Act and has been jailed for two and a half years.
But Naga said: "Three-times Wimbledon champion Boris Johnson has just spent his first night in prison.
"He was sentenced for two-and-a-half years for hiding assets to avoid paying debts."
As far as we know, Boris hasn't gone to jail, nor won any tennis championships.
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