NAGA Munchetty was left red-faced after a BBC Breakfast guest revealed her Ibiza partying on the show.
Rapper Big Zuu – real name Zuhair Hassan – was on the early morning programme to talk about the new series of Big Zuu’s Big Eats.
However, the conversation changed when Naga’s co-anchor Charlie Stayt, 60, wanted to find out how the pair knew each other.
Big Zuu, 27, revealed that they hey last meet in Ibiza Rocks, however Charlie didn’t have a clue what he was talking about.
He explained: “It was at a Craig David show, Ibiza Rocks is bro? Come on, you know what Ibiza Rocks is.
“So there’s a hotel that has a lot of live music and that’s where me and her created our bond.
Naga, 47, was left fuming that he had spilled the beans about their Ibiza antics.
Zuu added: “There were a lot of vibes and Craig David was singing.
“No, you don’t want to admit to the nation?”
Naga replied: “There’s nothing to admit, there are certain things that happen in life that are kept outside of the breakfast studio.
“Big Zuu’s Big Eats returns for a third series on Monday, good luck with it.”
While Zuu giggled away to himself Naga added: “Yeah, you sit there and giggle, we’ll have words later. Sitting there giggling.”
It comes shortly after Naga and Charlie had a huge bust up live on air.
It was missing homing pigeon Bob, who was found 4,000 miles away from his Guernsey home in Alabama, which was the subject of their disagreement and prompted fans to take to Twitter in amusement.
Some even quizzed if Naga and Charlie “knew they were live” as their playful spat was broadcast to the nation.
The issue in question occurred when Bob’s plight made the pair recall a popular song.
Yet they were divided on its name, with Charlie suggesting ‘Catch the pigeon’ while Naga insisted it was ‘Stop the pigeon.’
After an online search, the latter squealed in delight: “It’s stop the pigeon!
“Ah well, there were two, one says stop and one says catch – no, the song is ‘stop the pigeon, stop the pigeon, nab him jab him grab him stop the pigeon now.'”
As Charlie attempted to protest, Naga blatantly rolled her eyes in mock disgust.
Yet he was not willing to let things lie, as he asked her to “stop for a minute” to let him speak.
Naga fired back: “I’ll stop shall I?” directing the question to the staff behind the BBC cameras.