You may remember that, upon hearing that The Great British Bake Off was moving from the BBC to Channel 4 and that Sue Perkins and Mel Giedroyc were leaving the series, as well as Mary Berry, we declared the series officially dead. And after the ladies granted our wish and announced they’d likely be starting their own baking show, we were also prepared to bid our beloved White Beard, aka Paul Hollywood, a fond and bittersweet adieu, but all that flouncing may have been for naught: we might just be watching TWO BAKING SERIES. No, seriously.
… learned that left-field British comic RICHARD AYOADE has become the frontrunner to host the Bake Off when it switches channels.
So, gentlemen against the ladies, is it? Yes, please!
Stay tuned, folks.