Battersea nightclub set for the Grand British Bake Off night

Battersea nightclub set for the Grand British Bake Off night

Only Berry’s fellow judge Paul Hollywood has said he will follow the show to Channel 4.We guess we’ll have to watch to wait and see said “tension”, because to us, that simply sounds like one of Sue’s usual hilariously witty put-downs.She said: “Having spent the last seven years crammed into a tellybox shouting the word “Bake”, I think it’s high time I got out, and stretched my legs on the United Kingdom stage”. It’s been absolutely unbelievable, splendid, I loved it all.Hollywood said he was “very proud of Selasi” to get this far, and Berry added that he is a “great character”. I think it comes down to I love doing my job.The semi-finals were the first time that Selasi actually momentarily lost his cool – pacing to and fro as he willed his pastry creations to cook in time (his pacing didn’t work!).Things only got worse when he was criticised for not segmenting his oranges properly in the technical challenge and was later chastised by Berry for not sieving his flour.She was in the midst of discussing Candice Brown’s method for creating her fondant fancies in the showstopper challenge.The pink velvet and raspberry prosecco flavoured treats failed to impress the judges.Star baker went to Andrew Smyth who looked visibly shocked to learn that he had won the accolade.Last year’s victor Nadiya Hussain has already laid out her cards and declared the BBC her “home”, despite taking a philosophical approach to the show’s move to a new channel, explaining: “Change happens”.That means that Andrew Smyth, Jane Beedle and Candice Brown are through to the final still in the running to be crowned the Great British bake Off 2016 victor.It will be the last episode of Bake Off to air on the BBC and with the original line up with the two hosts and Paul and Mary.

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