Bake Off Crème de la Crème is packed with innuendo

Rianne Houghton
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From Digital Spy

Another week has passed, and so has yet another fiendishly difficult round of Bake Off Crème de la Crème – but this time, with bonus innuendo. Who needs Mel and Sue, eh?

The remaining teams battled it out for a place in the semi-final this evening (May 2), tasked with making 36 petite charlottes, 36 shaped macarons – which could be "any shape but not round" – and a croquembouche big enough to feed 50.

But amongst all the food, and a brand new set of weighing scales courtesy of judge Cherish, viewers were left feeling giddy, if not a little uncomfortable, thanks to all the innuendo.

Before we get into cocks, bushes and even ladyfingers, we must first announce who the winners and losers of tonight's episode were.

Continuing with the innuendo, Laurian's team came out on top with a seriously impressive 69 out of 100, while Mark's team, despite their valiant efforts last week, were given the boot.

Garnering far more attention than the scoring, though, was today's challenge involving ladyfingers, which incidentally, is a word a lot of people seem to hate.

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After ladyfingers came cocks and bushes, which is simply Cherish's interpretation of 'croquembouche'. Fish your minds out the gutter, folks.

Her accidental innuendo isn't the only thing that viewers were calling out Cherish for. Moving on from her ruler and boring, generic scales, Cherish brought out the tiniest weighing scales we have ever seen.

Now there's precise, and then there's just anal. (No innuendo intended, we promise.)

Bake Off Crème de la Crème continues next week on BBC Two.

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