An avid user of Twitter, this week, Dan made quite a bold joke concerning the Russian President. Tweeting to his 570,000 followers on Twitter, Dan tweeted out a picture that compared Putin to a packet of meat. In the picture, it showed a picture next to a piece of beef much to the delight of his followers.
Accompanying the picture, Dan tweeted: “From the papers this morning, the steaks that look like Putin.”
With that Dan used the shocked emoji along with, as you’d expect, a piece of steak symbol.
Jokingly, one user wrote in response: “Blimey, that’s rare.”
Recently, Dan revealed to his followers that he finally had his smile back.
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The presenter and co-host Louise Minchin have a notoriously early schedule due to their stint running the flagship breakfast show.
While some enjoy a cup of coffee or fresh air to begin their day, Dan explained what he needs to get energised.
Taking to Twitter, he wrote: “I have now consumed peanut butter on toast and the smile is back.”
He was responding after taking a selfie with Louise in which Dan could be seen with a sour look on his face.
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Earlier this week, Dan tweeted about a heartwarming moment he enjoyed with his followers.
In a touching moment, Dan, 42, posted an image of himself and an 11-year-old girl who had baked him a cake.
Dan praised the 11-year-old as he called her a “star” while also revealing the quality of the caked she had baked.
Dan wrote: “What a pleasure to meet Alana today.
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“She is 11 and uses her spare time to bake cakes for people.
“She’s a star and the cake was magnificent.”
The image proved incredibly popular with his followers as it received 687 likes from his fans.
BBC Breakfast airs on BBC One at 6am.