BBC Breakfast's Nina Warhurst savagely swiped at her co-host Charlie Stayt about "needing improvement" during a segment this morning.
Nina replaced Thursday regular Naga Munchetty to present today's show alongside veteran Charlie – but things soon turned sour.
Sharing a selection of pictures from fans who turned "trash to treasure," someone had upcycled the stain glass panels on his son's old door and transformed it into a free standing frame.
Charlie already showed signs of confusion when looking at the picture, saying: "That still looked like a door to me, but yeah, I think that's is just in isolation isn't it?"
Nina then chimed in: "Yeah, I think it's got a shelf underneath it, very handy. I love that for your entrance hall of something."
The next photo was an upcycled chest of drawers as Nina quipped: "It's amazing what some paint can do."
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A seemingly unimpressed Charlie added: "It's presumably still a chest of drawers, is it?"
"Yes but she's given it a lick of paint and put a new design on it," Nina responded.
After being shown a picture of a chair that had been given "quite a bit of colour," Charlie said: "Is that upcycling? Because that's just changing the material on a seat."
"To make it look better, yes, upcycling," Nina informed her co-host.
Charlie responded: "Okay," before Nina told him: "You bar is too high!"
Still confused by the concept of upcycling, the broadcaster stated: "I was thinking you were going to have a thing that was completely transformed into a different use entirely."
"Everything is in pristine condition in this studio," Nina claimed before letting out a huge giggle.
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With a producer giving her an idea, she savagely clarified: "Male presenters, yeah."
"We'll ignore that suggestion that came in my ear just then," Charlie simply responded.
BBC Breakfast airs weekdays from 6am on BBC One.
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