The Great British Bake Off star is a British-born Muslim and wears a hijab, and says she is always nervous travelling to America.
The Channel 4 show is returning for its 11th series despite delays to filming due to the global coronavirus pandemic, which led to panic buying in supermarkets and a national shortage of household items including flour and toilet roll earlier this year. A new teaser trailer for the Bake Off features a young boy racing through the streets on his bicycle, while the people he passes are all asking each other if they can get hold of a seemingly illicit product.
The 'Great British Bake Off' 2016 winner has split from her husband after less than two years of marriage.
GBBO star Prue Leith has said it is a 'no brainer' young people should be saved over the elderly during the coronavirus
The YouTube star bounced back after fainting in the first five minutes of the show to be crowned the winner.
Comedy duo Mel and Sue were unhappy with the mood producers were originally aiming for on the show.
The TV star and baker said that viewers at home are unaware of taste and smell when it comes to judging bakes.
The celebrity judge was called out by viewers after making the remark during the show's semi-final.
The comedian and presenter says protests outside Birmingham schools show progress on LGBTQ+ rights is "fragile".