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BBC Breakfast presenters often interview stars about their latest projects but Naga Munchetty certainly wasn’t prepared for her meeting with Game of Thrones star Jason Momoa. The 44-year-old was treated to a rather unusual greeting as she met the actor to discuss new series See.

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As Naga arrived for the interview, Jason picked her up to hug her.

The presenter could be heard screaming in shock as the Aquaman star swayed while holding onto her.

“Nice to meet ya,” he exclaimed before dropping her back on the floor.

Fortunately for Naga, she was then able to continue with her interview without any interruption.

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naga Munchetty Jason MomoaBBC News: Naga joked Jason had 'crushed' her with his hug (Image: BBC)

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Discussing Apple TV series See, she remarked: “ So, it’s an interesting concept, everyone is blind? The world is blind?”

“The world is blind, hundreds of years in the future, the world is blind, from like this point on, the idea of sight is heresy.”

Probing the actor further, Naga asked how he trained for such a role.

“We had a coach for many of the.. we had a blind coach and we had a movement coach and we spent a solid month doing these workshops, which I’ve never done on any show

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