THE Great British Bake Off will ditch the beloved tent for the first time ever next week.
The final of the Channel 4 series, which airs next Tuesday, will see Ruby, Rahul and Kim-Joy take on a task outside of the iconic marquee, in a big twist for the 2018 series.
The Great British Bake Off (judged by Prue Leith and Paul Hollywood, pictured) will host a challenge outside of the tent for the first time ever next week[/caption]
According to the Mirror, next week’s technical challenge will see the bakers whipping up creations away from the tent, without the use of their usual kitchen equipment.
A source told the paper: “You won’t need ovens or hobs for this challenge.
“It should be simple, but not everything goes to plan.”
The decision will no doubt shock viewers, as it is the first time the hopefuls have worked outside of the marquee – erected in Berkshire’s Welford Park – in the show’s eight-year history.
It is the first time in the show’s eight-year history that a challenge has taken place away from the marquee, erected in Berkshire’s Welford Park[/caption]
Sources have claimed the technical challenge will not require the bakers to use the ovens or hobs they are normally provided with in the tent (pictured, with the 2018 cast)[/caption]
The Sun Online have contacted representatives of the show for further comment.
The Bake Off final will air on Channel 4 next Tuesday night, and will see either Rahul, Ruby or Kim-Joy crowned the winner.
Paul Hollywood, who judges alongside Prue Leith, said of the final round: “It’s going to be a fantastic final next week.
“We have got three great bakers and each one of them has this very artistic flair.
The final will air next Tuesday, and will see either Kim-Joy, Rahul or Ruby take the title (pictured L-R)[/caption]
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“If they bring their A-game, that is going to be the best final ever – I promise you.”
Briony narrowly missed out on a spot tonight, after failing to impress the judges during a tricky Patisserie week.
The hopefuls were pushed to their limits during the semi-final, and were tasked with making dipped Madeleine biscuits, a seven-tier chocolate cake and a 36-strong Patisserie window display.
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