Richard Holden was trying his best to put a brave face on another miserable night for the Conservatives.
The BBC presenter did not appreciate Chris Philp's explanation of the PM's controversial remarks.
The clip of the collision was featured on BBC Breakfast, causing Naga to break down with laughter.
More than 100 schools have been ordered to completely or partially close just days before pupils are due to return.
The party has been criticised over a graphic claiming the PM does not support the jailing of child sex offenders.
Naga Munchetty Struggles To Speak On BBC Breakfast
The presenter was forced to leave Friday's edition of the BBC programme mid-show.
Liz Truss and Kwasi Kwarteng are set to meet with the head of the Office of Budget Responsibility in a bid to reassure markets.
The Someone You Loved singer hilariously misheard a comment Naga made at the end of his interview.
"He was a great bloke... [and] a great friend, and you see that here with the number of people who wanted to express that."