BBC Breakfast star Steph McGovern, 37, left the show last year during her pregnancy. She has since told fans she will be fronting her new self-titled show on Channel 4 from March.
Can't we have one show without celebrity contestants?
Despite no longer working on the Breakfast show, this didn’t stop her defending her friend Naga Munchetty, 44, and other celebrities who competed on Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? last weekend.
Steph shared her support for Naga on Twitter, writing: “Loving our Naga on #whowantstobeamillionaire.”
One of her 388,000 followers replied: “God, can't we have one show without celebrity contestants?
“They're all very well paid as it is, let someone else get a chance to win.
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Steph McGovern spoke out about Naga Munchetty's stint on Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? (Image: BBC•ITV)
Steph McGovern: BBC Breakfast star responded to a viewer on Twitter (Image: TWITTER•STEPHMCGOVERN)
Hitting back at the person in question, she clarified: “The money goes to charity.”
The Twitter user replied: “Yes, of course, I expected as much. If a TV company wants to donate to charity, they could send a cheque. WWTBAM isn't Comic Relief.