MICHELLE Keegan had Celebrity Bake Off viewers in stitches last night as she got her hands dirty greasing a “really hard” horn.
She was joined by James Acaster, Russell Tovey and Rylan Clark-Neal in the famous white tent to raise money for charity Stand Up 4 Cancer.
In the technical challenge the celebrities were set with the tricky task of making six cream horns in two hours.
All four of the celebrity guests found the challenge difficult, but one thing that viewers found particularly funny while they made the pastries was the greasing of a horn-shaped pastry.
Actress Michelle confessed that she had never made pastry before, but got stuck into the challenge and had no issues with getting her hands messy.
After realising how hard the task actually was, Michelle said: “Oh this is hard. Really, really hard.”
The celebrities had to make dough for the cream horns and after two minutes of mixing, Michelle admitted that she was getting “thumb cramp.”
The Our Girl star then started to grease up the horns. Pleased with her effort, she said “oh look at that”.
Presenter Noel Fielding giggled back: “This is probably something I won’t see again for a while.”
Michelle laughed back at his comment, saying “so wrong.”
The pair were left in hysterics as Noel then went on to say “you elegantly greasing the unicorn horn.”
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The viewers found it as funny as the pair and took to Twitter after the hilarious moment.
One viewer tweeted: “Well Michelle Keegan, Russell Tovey and Rylan Clark Neal are erotically rubbing horns in butter. Only on @BritishBakeOff would you see that.”
Another wrote: “I haven’t ever laughed so much at an episode of bake off!”
And another tweeted: “I totally don’t keep rewatching he bit when Michelle is greasing the horn. Not at all.”
One viewer even joked: “Michelle Keegan’s definitely giving me a cream horn…”
While Michelle was busy creaming her horns, Russell said: “At the moment I’m coating the instrument with lubricating butter.”
TV presenter Rylan said that he was definitely enjoying the fact that he had to grease a horn.
You can catch Bake Off on Tuesdays at 8pm on Channel 4.
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