"Either I have an operation I don’t need or I tell the doctor there’s nothing wrong with me and there will be two very angry adults."
We can't believe the BBC ever let her near the food on Bake Off.
The comedy duo claim producers were "pointing cameras in the bakers’ faces and making them cry".
The pair will make their debuts in the new comedy next year.
The presenting duo launched their latest project on Easter Sunday.
'We are not trying to change it or hurt the brand.'
The show's number of episodes has already been cut in half.
The trio have made a long-awaited comeback.
'I became the most hated man in the country.'
It sounds like Paul Hollywood is still smarting after the ‘Great British Bake Off’ faithful said he had betrayed the show