Here's who won every series of Bake Off and what they're doing now.
The 'Great British Bake Off' winner spent several hours in A&E receiving treatment after her health scare.
The cook won 'Bake Off' in 2016.
The 'Great British Bake Off' 2016 winner has split from her husband after less than two years of marriage.
The champion baker became the target of trolls when she appeared on the show in 2016
The Great British Bake Off star wishes people would show more tact in their line of questioning.
Paul's wife Alex was left 'mortified' by the images.
The pair have laughed off the speculation.
‘Great British Bake Off’ Candice Brown has revealed she used to love baking with her Nan at Easter and she’s treated us to a step-by-step guide to making their favourite Easter treat. Candice – who has teamed up with Now TV to create some new twists on the traditional favourite Hot Cross Buns to create an exclusive line of Tot Cross Buns, inspired by popular kids TV shows ‘SpongeBob SquarePants’, ‘Be Cool, Scooby Do’, ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ and the ‘Powerpuff Girls’ – said: “For me, the best thing about Easter isn’t the chocolate it’s the hot cross buns.
This year’s Bake Off winner Candice Brown has laughed off suggestions she’s heading to Hollywood – and says she’s got absolutely no intentions of swiping Nigella’s crown. The former PE teacher was compared to Nigella more than a few times during the series, and is now rumoured to the subject of a bidding war between THREE US TV channels – one of which wants her to replace her on The Taste.
While her old Bake Off mentors are busy squabbling over who stays with the Beeb and who hops over to Channel 4, series winner Candice Brown has far bigger fish to fry. Fox and NBC are apparently ‘desperate’ to sign up the Londoner – while ABC reckon she’s the perfect replacement for Nigella Lawson. “It has been put to Candice that she would be the new face of The Taste,” an insider told the Star.
Great British Bake Off champ Candice Brown revealed that her pupils were shocked when she returned to her teaching job because they believed she was a millionaire. Candice triumphed over fellow finalists Andrew Smyth and Jane Beedle to win the closing series of the BBC baking competition before its move to Channel 4, but she’s not letting the sweet smell of success disrupt her day job. Candice also addressed rumours that she got engaged to her boyfriend Liam Macaulay, revealing that they will get married “one day”, and have a family together, but admitted there’s no immediate urgency on the matter.
Around 14 million people watched her bake her way to victory in the royal-themed final of The Great British Bake Off, now Candice Brown is reportedly in talks to host her own cooking show with fellow finalist Jane Beedle. In advance of the credits rolling on the Bake Off final, it was revealed that Candice and Jane were planning a “Genoise free getaway” together, and now, according to the Daily Star, producers are interested in turning their scheduled trip to France into a road trip-style food programme. This comes after Jane, 61, expressed her excitement over the possibility of working alongside Candice, 31, again – but dismissed the idea of fronting the revamped series of Bake Off on Channel 4.
If the Great British Bake Off champion’s show stopper was anything to go by she’s set for a colourful and lucrative career and there’s no doubt that she’ll be ready for it because after all, PE Teacher Candice had the “killer edge” and was “the only one to hold her nerve” in the final on Wednesday night. The first ever Bake Off winner Edd Kimber - who scooped the top spot seven years ago in the debut series and went on to write ‘The Boy Who Bakes’ - welcomes Candice Brown into the “winner’s club” and warns that her life is going to dramatically change now she’s a TV star.
Great British Bake Off fans held a funeral service for the show outside BBC HQ on Thursday. .@Dungeon_London has sent a hearse and actors to the BBC to mourn the loss of Bake Off. More than 14 million tuned into Wednesday night’s final to see Candice Brown be crowned the series winner for the last time on the BBC, but the episode was tinged with sadness.
It’s safe to say that we were crying into our cornflakes this morning, as the seventh series of the Great British Bake Off, and last-ever episode on the BBC, is set to reach its final tonight. Aerospace engineer Andrew Smyth, garden designer Jane Beedle, and PE teacher Candice Brown are all in the running to be crowned this year’s Bake Off champion – but who will rise to the challenge? Lipstick enthusiast Candice has been hotly tipped as the favourite to whisk away the GBBO crown, with William Hill giving odds of 2/5 for her victory, from which she could earn some serious dough.