This is it, this is the end of The Great British Bake Off as we know it. No more puns, no more Mel, Sue and Mary, and most importantly for the 2016 series, no more Candice, Jane and Andrew.
For weeks these three have been giving the nation some truly heart stopping moments (for both good and bad reasons), and now it is time for their final challenge.
And naturally for bakers of their calibre, Bake Off gave them the Royal Treatment.
Selasi had a dream. He dreamt that he baked in the final of The Great British Bake Off… While wearing a dress…
Far-fetched it may seem, but when he took over from Mel and Sue and announced to his fellow bakers they only had a few minutes remaining for their signature challenge, their was a strange feeling in the air. Could it be that Selasi had some sort of prophetic powers?
Only time would tell… (Plus wouldn’t it be fab to watch?!)
It’s hard to believe that we’re at the quarter finals of The Great British Bake Off already, which our original 12 bakers now down to just 5 – with Selasi being the only baker left in the tent not to have been named star baker so far this series.
This week we had yet another first for the show (they really are spoiling us aren’t they?) as the bakers were tasked with creating bakes based around the Tudor era.
My favourite part of a meal was the focus of this week’s Bake Off, as the remaining bakers took on dessert week.
Which baker would be experiencing the sweet taste of success?