Great British Bake Off is back for another season, and BOY is it good to tune in for a little warm hug every Tuesday evening. While last week's episode contained a major pineapple upside down cake related drama, this week's instalment saw a very cheeky innuendo from Prue Leith.
The Channel 4 show is renowned for its soggy bottoms and creamy holes, and last night's Biscuit Week was no exception. During the signature challenge, the judges were chatting to contestant Mark Lutton about his Macadamia nut and Mango Florentines, when Prue shared a concern of hers.
"It looks a bit lumpy, too lumpy," Paul said of his mixture, with Prue then blurting out: "I remember worrying a bit about your very large nuts."
Wow, Prue really went there. The innuendo didn't go unnoticed with viewers, who took to Twitter to react to the hilarious moment. "Good old Prue - 'yes I remember worrying about your very large nuts' I actually did laugh out loud!!" one wrote.
Another added, "Prue loves Mark's very large nuts. Oh, I say!" while a third said, "Glad to see that innuendo has survived on #GBBO!" and someone else wrote, "Prue getting dirty before the watershed #GBBO."
Worrying about your very large nuts... oh Prue, you dirty thing! #GBBO— Barbara Taylor (@BarbsieTaylor) September 29, 2020
I remember worrying about your very large nuts 😂 Prue getting dirty before the watershed #GBBO— Lia ✨ (@Lia_TheRebel_T) September 29, 2020
This is what we live for.
Elsewhere in Biscuit Week, contestants were challenged with making macarons in the technical challenge, and a 3D memorable meal showstopper. And while Dave was crowned star baker, we sadly waved goodbye to *spoiler* Mak, who said of his exit, "I just felt it in my bones it was me. I know I gave it everything. It was a privilege to be here."
Good to have you back, Bake Off.
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