It’s by no means too early Dan!
The presenter mentioned the controversial subject throughout Wednesday’s episode with co-host Louise Minchin, who’s all for whacking up the Christmas tree now.
‘That is my favorite topic of immediately. With weeks of restrictions nonetheless to come back, the considered Christmas is preserving some like me going,’ Louise started.
‘The festive enjoyable has began sooner than regular, they’ve damaged out the lights, the tinsel and 7 weeks earlier than Christmas Day they’ve gone for it,’ Dan chipped in.
‘You understand you’ve been telling me that I’m a little bit of a grouch,’ he stated to Louise.
Who do you agree with, Dan or Louise? (Image: BBC)
‘Rachel Burden, our BBC colleague from 5 reside – so I stated anyone who has put their Christmas decorations up on the thirty first October has gone too early.
‘She says there’s truly proof that early decorations could make you are feeling higher about life, which is what we’d like for the time being.’
‘See Rachel Burden, nicely executed you,’ Louise praised.
‘I’m simply fearful concerning the Christmas fatigue kicking in,’ Dan added.
‘I don’t suppose you will get Christmas fatigue,’ his co-host continued.
BBC Breakfast viewers took to Twitter to share their ideas – and plenty of even posted snaps of their very own Christmas decorations.
One viewer tweeted: ‘Usually I’d say not till a minimum of 1st December however after the 12 months we’ve all had then go for it!’
Whereas one other added: ‘I put mine up final week. They simply make me smile each time I stroll previous.’
One commented: ‘Not in 2020!!!! We want CHRISTMAS cheer!!!’
Different viewers did agree with Dan, with many suggesting it was far too early to place up any festive decorations.
‘I agree with Dan, whereas I agree all of us want one thing to cheer us up, 6 weeks earlier than Christmas is an excessive amount of,’ one fan tweeted.
One other stated: ‘I agree with you Dan, I feel placing them up now could be a bit too early.’
BBC Breakfast airs weekdays at 6am on BBC One.