* WARNING – SPOILER ALERT *
We’ve approached the Channel four model of Great British Bake Off with an open thoughts; certain, there is no Mary Berry, Mel, and Sue, however
Noel’s shirts and Paul’s everlasting sassiness has stored our loyalty to the baking tent.
We can nonetheless experience barking out directions to thicken a crème pat while playing a plate of Mr Kipling treats as a result of we unintentionally attempted to ice our cupcakes sooner than they cooled, finishing up within the #pinterestfail nook of the web (simply me? good enough). We’re lacking out on googling ‘Mary Berry floral jacket the place to purchase’ and a clean hour with out advert breaks, however we can nonetheless experience that adrenaline rush when the bakers provide their technicals to the gingham modify (and in my opinion, each time Tom entered the display screen 😍).
But can we please talk about last evening?! Can October 17th without end turn out to be a National Day of Mourning as a result of LIAM LEFT THE GODAMN TENT.
One teeny tiny bit of a few soggy spun sugar and Paul expels him from the tent, when every other baker (no arms pointed) BROKE THEIR ACTUAL OVEN. Can there be a new time period for the collective heartbreak of a favorite leaving the tent? GBB-OH MY GOD? #GBBWOE? We were not mindful that we may get relatively as riled up as #BinGate, however right here we have it, within the type of an it seems that over-mixed showstopper.
The disappearance of Yan last week used to be a lot to swallow (or possibly that used to be from the volume of pizza we ate after staring at the technical), and do NOT get me began on when Tom left. This collection has been a rollercoaster of feelings, and to be relatively truthful, each member of the British public will have to get a day’s compassionate depart to re-watch Liam talk about his nan, Yan punch the air to “science”, and admire Tom’s gorgeous face. Plus devour cake 🍰.
BBC, if you are studying this, please use all present Series eight Alumni for a Great British Babe Off. Post watershed.