Bake Off Fans Notice Something Very NSFW About Alex Jones' Fondant Person

"Wait... did that little fondant figure have a giant vagina on show?"

The latest edition of the Great British Bake Off’s Stand Up To Cancer celebrity specials wasn’t short on laughs (thanks Alison Hammond), but there was also a few sniggers from viewers, who picked up on an inadvertently rude bake.

Yes, Tuesday night’s episode saw The One Show’s Alex Jones unwittingly craft a fondant vagina as she worked on her showstopper.

The celebrity bakers – who also included This Morning presenter Alison Hammond, vlogger Joe Sugg and singer James Blunt – had been challenged with making a tray bake that was decorated to represent their personality.

Alex opted to make a sponge with a swimming pool on top, but had a rather unfortunate moment when moulding her swimmer out of fondant icing.

Fans noticed something unusual about Alex Jones' Bake Off efforts
Fans noticed something unusual about Alex Jones' Bake Off efforts
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Many fans were quick to pick up on how it appeared as if she’d stuck some genitalia on it...

It wasn’t the only moment of innuendo on the show either, with a lot of jokes about “filling holes” when the bakers were asked to make some miniature Yorkshire puddings stuffed with beef and horseradish sauce.

Elsewhere on the show, Alex had a calamitous moment when she shattered a bowl as she got to grips with using an electric mixer.

Joe also served up the most drama the show has seen since #BinGate when he fainted during the first challenge.

The former Strictly Come Dancing contestant was left in need of medical attention when he accidentally cut off the tip of his finger while trying to peel an apple for his tray bake in the signature challenge.

Joe Sugg fainted during his appearance on Celebrity Bake Off
Joe Sugg fainted during his appearance on Celebrity Bake Off
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The Great Stand Up To Cancer Bake Off returns next Tuesday at 8pm on Channel 4, with Kelly Brook, Robert Rinder, Carol Vorderman and Mo Gilligan all trying to win over judges Prue Leith and Paul Hollywood.

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