Bake Off drops first look at Alison Hammond replacing Matt Lucas in the tent | The Sun
30th August 2023

CHANNEL 4 had dropped the first look at the new series of The Great British Bake Off.

The commercial broadcaster has finally given fans a glimpse of the next instalment as Alison Hammond, 48, replaced Matt Lucas, 49, as host of the show.

The This Morning personality joined the likes of Noel Fielding, 50, Paul Hollywood, 57, and Prue Leith, 83, as one of the main faces of the beloved baking competition.

The short clip from the fourteenth season of the show doesn't give too much away, but it is definitely sure to leave viewers salivating for more.

It shows various animated baking supplies making their way to the prestigious Great British Bake Off tent.

Eggs can be seen rolling down the pavement and raspberries were seen humorously cowering from different obstacles.


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Meanwhile, butter melts on the pavement whilst bars of chocolate are in danger of falling down street drains.

And the bag of flower seems to be having plenty of fun as it rolls down a park hill with the assistance of a wooden spoon.

Once in the tent, the ingredients celebrate as they are used to make what looks like a delicious chocolate gateau.

Although most of the raspberries are used for the cake, one lonely fruit sulks, as it is left on the counter.

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However it needn't have worried, as Alison picks it up for a cheeky snack as she joins the other well known personalities at the end to share the delicious cake.

The Channel 4 voiceover says: "Everyone's excited, even them!", referring to the selection of raspberries that are delicately placed on top of a delectable chocolate treat.

Although there is no definitive start date for the show as of yet, the voiceover reveals that it will be coming to screens in the near future.

Former Little Britain star previously announced he was stepping down from the gig back in December after three years at the helm.

The comedian said he could no longer host it alongside his other projects.

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