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Good Morning Britain presenter Ranvir Singh appeared to antagonise viewers on Wednesday morning, as they accused her of continually speaking over her co-host Charlotte Hawkins and interviewees.
While talking to their guests on the show, Ranvir and Charlotte often spoke over each other, which left viewers at home unable to hear the both of them at the same.
GMB fans picked up on the chaotic scenes throughout the show and were left unimpressed with Ranvir's presenting and interviewing technique.
Taking to Twitter, viewers aired their annoyance.
One fan penned: "I’m sick of Ranvir talking over Charlotte constantly for attention reel your neck in it’s really annoying."
Another said: "I’m starting to feel sorry for Charlotte sitting there like a lemon while Ranvir constantly talks over her."
A third exclaimed: "Ranvir is annoyingly long winded and disruptive! Let others speak!"
While a fourth tagged broadcaster Ranvir directly and said: "Please let people speak before asking your next question!!"
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- Charlotte Hawkins
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