As well as actually winning Great British Bake Off, there’s another highly coveted accolade that all of the bakers are aiming for when they enter that famous tent.
We speak, of course, of the Hollywood Handshake.
And on Tuesday’s show, contestant Henry Bird was the lucky recipient of just that after judge Paul Hollywood praised his Kardemummabullar (a Swedish bun served at coffee parties, seeing as you’re asking).
But it was Henry’s brilliant reaction to the HH that had viewers in stitches…
Yep, Henry actually told old blue eyes to shut up.
“I don’t think you say ‘shut up’ to the judges,” Prue joked.
Presenter Noel Fielding added: “No one’s ever told a handshake to shut up”.
“I could go now. I could leave this week and be happy with that,” Henry told them.
Unsurprisingly, Twitter approved...
henry telling everything
paul to shut up else#GBBO
— BBC Good Food Show (@BBCGoodFoodShow) October 8, 2019
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— Emmet (@Mr_Emmet) October 8, 2019
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— nisha ♡ (@littlemxssnisha) October 8, 2019
— Charlotte (@LotteSquires) October 8, 2019
— Debra (@lewis3_debra) October 8, 2019
Henry telling Paul to "shut up" during a Hollywood Handshake is the ultimate tonic to 2019. Thank you Henry. pic.twitter.com/fwmzqCf9N0
— Scott Bryan (@scottygb) October 8, 2019
The Great British Bake Off continues next Tuesday at 8pm on Channel 4.
"Some of them have got a good forking."
"Keep your biscuits erect!”
"Typically I do this on the floor because it gets so stiff."
"It’s got to be risen and rested before it goes in.”
"It's just a bit bold and fat and big..."
"I did get some leakage. It did seep."
"You have got two hours to pop Mary's cherry."
"You want something quite rigid, but something that will taste good too."
"I'm aiming to get this thing flipping massive."
"To be commended on your nuts by Mary Berry. You’ve had a great day."
"I always get nervous towards the end. My hands start shaking."
"Stop touching your dough balls!"
"Stop fiddling with your pirates!"
"I like things spicy."
"I quite like the idea of having some big ones."
"I’ve toasted some nuts off."
"I’m ganaching my buns."
This article originally appeared on HuffPost.