Richard Ayoade tipped to replace Mel & Sue as ‘GBBO’ presenter

Richard Ayoade tipped to replace Mel & Sue as ‘GBBO’ presenter

Reports of an on-and-off screen feud between Sue Perkins and Paul Hollywood have been rife lately, allegedly due to the Channel 4 sell off deal, despite the fact The Great British Bake Off was filmed MONTHS ago.And that’s when Sue goes on the attack, replying with a (pretty hilarious, if you ask us) quip to Paul: ‘Paul, I think you have an appointment at Banalities R Us, just over there.While it has been confirmed that Paul Hollywood would stay with the show, speculation has been rife as to who will front the new look show alongside him and a frontrunner has reportedly emerged from a sea of candidates.The patisserie-themed semi-final saw tensions rising in the tent, as Mary Berry said she was expecting “sheer perfection” from the four remaining amateurs.He said recently: “Since I was a kid, baking has been part of my life”.’To see it grow over the years. “I think he is a great baker, and he will carry on baking”. “I think taking away Mary, Mel and Sue will change it a lot”, he said.”Love Productions would like to thank the BBC for the role it played in making this show such an enormous hit, and the faith they showed in us over the years to develop it”.As the current series will be the last one with both Mary and Paul judging, Paul assured fans that the split hasn’t affected their relationship and they are still best of friends (phew!).According to The Sun, C4 execs are hoping that his dry humor could be a good fit for the new era of The Great British Bake Off.He’s had women swooning into their pastry dough since the very first episode of Great British Bake Off 2016 – but tonight it was Selasi’s turn to leave the famous marquee.Mel then said she’d take over Selasi’s job, joking: “Do you want us to come and bake for you?”

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