Saturday Kitchen returned for another instalment this morning but today’s show had a Comic Relief twist.
Naga said: “We are on BBC One, with you until 10 o’clock this morning, that’s when Matt Tebbutt takes over for Saturday Kitchen, we’re talking about eggs Matt, but we’re also talking about Comic Relief a lot this morning.
“Have you got a bit of a… I’m not going to say red nose, but have you got a red nose theme?” She asked.
Matt replied: “We have got a very, very Red Nose theme. We’ve got a lot of very special guests in the studio because it is Saturday Kitchen Red Nose Show!”
He then proceeded to go around the table, where he was joined by a stellar line-up of celebrity guests and chefs, briefly introducing each one.
After telling the viewers a brief overview of the show, Matt ended with: “All that fun, see you at ten!”
However, he clearly had a longer time slot than he thought, because the camera stayed with him and many seconds of awkward silence passed until Naga back in the BBC news studio realised he had finished speaking.
“Oh Matt you done? Sorry!” Naga remarked and Matt joked back: “I’m done! Were you not paying attention?”
Taken aback by his remark, the news presenter said: “I’ll tell you what -“ before he cut her off and explained: “I was being efficient!”
“Oh well that makes a change, that’s why I wasn’t used to it!” Naga hit back. “No, i’m only joking!
“Usually you go round and you talk about the different dishes which are going to be made and food heaven and food hell,” she continued.
“I know, I know,” Matt replied. “Listen we’re going to be talking all things Red Nose, we’re going to be going over last night’s fun and games, we’re going to be revealing the final total.
“There’s lots going on, there’s so many people here, it’s going to be slightly chaotic, even more so than usual!”
Joining Matt in the studio was BBC Radio 1 presenter Clara Amfo, former politician and Strictly Come Dancing contestant Ed Balls, as well as journalist and presenter Ore Oduba.
Meanwhile, actress Sophie Thompson was seen alongside a whole host of chefs, Olly Smith the wine expert and a chocolatier.
Viewers will know when a celebrity guest appears on Saturday Kitchen they are given a food heaven or food hell.
Usually those watching will vote for which dish they would like to see cooked, but for the Comic Relief special, each celebrity was given their food heaven.
For Ore, he had chosen an almighty brunch of Canadian maple pancakes with southern fried chicken, bacon and chillies for garnish.
But fans were not convinced with the choice and took to Twitter to discuss.
One said: “Pancakes with southern fried chicken, bacon and chillies?? Sounds so wrong, looks so good! #SaturdayKitchen.”
“Maple syrup and chicken #disgusting #SaturdayKitchen,” someone wrote.
A third added: “Wow heart attack on a plate!! #SaturdayKitchen Would never eat that.”
Saturday Kitchen airs every Saturday morning at 10am on BBC One.