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Thanks for a lovely evening, pals. It’s always a pleasure. See you next week!
The results are in…
… and it’s Emma who’s the first Star Baker! (obviously). Well deserved, and it couldn’t really go to anybody else, could it?
I love that even in the celebrity series Prue doesn’t mince her words:
“I think it tasted disgusting.”
I’m coveting Emma’s jumper. Imagine wearing that on a cold spring morning. Lovely.
I love Emma’s. She’s won this by a country mile! That said, I take issue with Paul describing it as “very neat”… maybe I’m being harsh, though. I think my hackles are still up from that handshake earlier on.
I know! Hilarious that she had ambitions of baking an entire stadium. At least she got a “fantastic flavour” comment from Paul.
Blake explains that his cunilingual fondants are actually in a “triangle lock”. I didn’t know that’s what it was called these days, but I suppose we’re always learning. More upsettingly, his sculpture is sitting off-centre on the presentation board.
It’s time for the celebs to face the judgement of Paul and Prue!
I, for one, can’t wait to see Paul eat cold mashed potato.
Also, still thinking about this.
Meanwhile Alex has somehow baked a skate park made out of cold sausages and mashed potato. Does anyone know exactly why he is doing this? Did he do this as a bet?!
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