BBC Breakfast fans were left cringing behind a cushion as they watched Charlie Stayt’s awkward impression of Paul Hollywood as he destroyed a former Great British Bake Off star’s dessert on air.
The 60-year-old presenter and his co-host Naga Munchetty welcomed viewers back during Friday’s visit to the BBC One studio as they discussed the latest headlines to hit the news this morning (July 22).
And one of the hottest topics on their lips was the upcoming Bake-Off musical set to hit the stage in Cheltenham later this month.
To celebrate the brand-new production, the dynamic duo welcomed the winner of the first series of the Channel 4 series Ed Kemper back onto the show via video link alongside 2020 contestant Matt Patel who cooked up some delicious looking dishes for the TV hosts.
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