Jason Momoa slammed for ‘rude’ treatment of Nigella Lawson on live TV
Posted by  badge Boss on Dec 11, 2023 - 10:37PM

left viewers less than impressed over what was perceived as his ‘rudeness’ to.

The Hollywood star appeared on Monday night’s episode of to speak about the.

He was by actor James Nesbitt and celebrity chef Nigella – however viewers were left fuming as they slammed his ‘bad manners’ towards the food writer.

As James chatted about his own upcoming project, Jason, who was sitting in the middle, leaned in to him and completely turned his back on Nigella.

Fans were quick to take to Twitter, aka X, to slam the behaviour, with one user, Lady Eileena, writing ‘how bad mannered … turning his back on Nigella, cutting her out of the conversation.’

User Chris noted the ‘awkward body language as Jason Momoa turns his back on Nigella… what’s that all about?’

Jason Momoa and Nigella Lawson on The One Show (Picture: BBC One)
Jason Momoa and Nigella Lawson on The One Show (Picture: BBC One)

Stephen Havard shared a screenshot from the episode and asked ‘what’s Nigella done to upset Jason Momoa then?’

‘Very rude body language by Jason Momoa, putting his back to Nigella,’ Ronan Lewis agreed, with Elizabeth Scott complaining ‘this Jason bloke is rude sitting with his back to Nigella.’

Jason was in London to promote the Aquaman sequel hitting cinemas later this month (Picture: Getty Images Europe)

And as one user put it: ‘Why is Jason Momoa pointedly sitting with his back to Nigella Lawson?’

It comes ahead of the release of Aquaman And The Lsot Kingdom, which sees Jason as the titular superhero alongside Nicole Kidman as Atlanna and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II as Black Manta. 

Aquaman 2 follows Black Manta as he unleashes an ancient and malevolent force after failing to defeat Aquaman, who in turn forges an unlikely alliance with his brother Orm, the former king of Atlantis to save the world from destruction. 

Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom is set for release on December 22.

The One Show airs weekdays from 7pm on BBC One.