BBC Breakfasts Charlie Stayt speechless as host warns him hell be cancelled

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    Saturday Kitchen host Matt Tebbutt warned BBC Breakfast host Charlie Stayt he will get “cancelled” for not liking mashed potato.

    During Saturday’s visit (May 27) to theBBCstudios, the broadcaster and his co-host Rachel Burden woke up the nation with the latest news in the headlines.

    Towards the end of the show, the blonde bombshell introduced the TV chef onto the show as he introduced his celebrity guest line-up.

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    But the show quickly got off to a rocky start after she revealed the veteran newsreader had removed a major food group from his diet.

    Rachel began: “Matt, I heard an extraordinary statement from Charlie this morning that he is done with mashed potato. I don’t know what we do with that.”

    Confused at the revelation, he confirmed: “You’re just done with mashed potato? You’re over it? Really? Why, what was the reason?”

    With a heavy sigh, Charlie explained: “You know Matt I wasn’t expecting this to become a topic of discussion but now we’re into it, I just thought about it during my conversation with Rachel and I thought, mashed potato, I think I'm done with it.

    “I don’t need mashed potato anymore. I'm not vehemently anti-mashed potato. Let me be clear Matt, I’m not anti-mashed potato.”

    It was at this point that the chef warned him: “I feel like you can get cancelled for not liking mashed potato” as the host chuckled on camera.

    And it appears as though his guests were in agreement as comedian Ivo Graham added: “Wherever Charlie is, I'm coming for you.

    “I'm done with making mash, I understand that, I don’t want the faff of the century and lumps forever but if someone is making a mash [I'm down]. Is it too late to mash something up for Charlie?”

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    Matt quickly shut down plans of making the broadcaster a special meal to sway his decision and moved on to his drinks specialist Jada to get her thoughts.

    She simply said: “I think mashed potato is necessary” to which the host cheekily concluded: “Brilliant, end of chat, there you go Charlie, in your face.”


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