Sunday morning's regular BBC Breakfast hosts Naga Munchetty and Charlie Stayt were replaced this morning as two other reporters stepped in.
BBC Breakfast normally sees the regular team Jon Kay, Rachel Burden, Naga Munchetty and Charlie Stayt of a weekend, and while the hosts are known to sometimes change, normally at least one can be seen.
Today saw Roger Johnson and Sima Kotecha take over as hosts where none of the regular team were present.
Ahead of the Sunday morning programme, Sima took to Twitter to tell all of her followers that she would be back on BBC Breakfast today.
Sharing a selfie of her in a spotted pink blouse as she sat on the iconic red sofa, she tweeted: “Morning from the lovely @RogerJ_01 @KDownesBBC @Ben_Rich and Moi…”
Her followers were thrilled to see her back on BBC Breakfast and many responded to her tweet by welcoming her back.
One tweeted: "To look that good on a bank holiday Sunday morning let alone string a coherent sentence together coordinate with colleagues AND smile.
"No wonder your family are proud of you Sima".
Another chimed in: “Always love waking up to you lovely. Have a great day.”
While a third commented on how busy Sima is, saying: "You're a busy bee aren’t you".
Sima's welcomed return to the Sunday breakfast programme comes just in time for Bank holiday Monday tomorrow, impressing viewers with how fresh she looks so early in the day.
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The shake-up comes after Naga was accused of interviewing in an “aggressive manner” and creating a “hostile” environment yesterday in an interview with Green's co-leader Patrick Harvie.
Naga has seen herself fall under fire recently, being forced to apologise on air after grilling gardening expert Doctor Trevor Dines on the show about birdsong.
After the expert struggled to come up with an answer about what the birds were "actually singing", the 46-year-old apologised citing that she'd been mean.
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