Take a look at the new Great British Bake Off judges and presenters
Tastes familiar: first official shot of new Bake Off presenters. There is a table topped with homely linen and laden with baked goods. A warm yet authoritative older woman smiles in a faintly alarming jacket, while a chap displaying a white beard and an inch too much chest twinkles at the camera.
Noel Fielding on Bake Off 2018. Noel’s initial casting as host on Bake Off was controversial, with the outlandish goth a world away from the BBC’s Mel and Sue.
Who are the new presenters of The Great British Bake Off? 5,000 fans petition for Ainsley Harriott to host on Channel 4 As Mel and Sue reveal that they won’t be moving with the show to Channel 4, we look at some of the likely contenders for who will be the new presenters of GBBO.
THE new line-up for the Great British Bake Off has been announced – and it’s certainly a surprise. while Sandi Toksvig and Noel Fielding will join the baking show as presenters when it returns
The final aired on Tuesday, October 31 at 8pm on Channel 4. Bake Off returned on Tuesday, August 29 on Channel 4 and continued to air every Tuesday at 8pm. When it was first announced that Channel 4 was taking Bake Off over, it was reported that due to the BBC’s original contract,
New Great British Bake Off presenter Noel Fielding says he is careful about eating sugar because “no-one likes a tubby gut”. The Mighty Boosh star told the Sunday Times he “can’t put on weight
NOEL Fielding upset more than a few Bake Off loyalists after confirming he was the new presenter of The Great British Bake Off back in 2017.
Fans were left devastated when Great British Bake Off was purchased by Channel 4 for £25 million per year, prompting popular host Mary Berry and presenters Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins to jump ship.