This week's batch of bakers tackle a traybake Signature, a savoury Technical and a biscuit Showstopper as injuries plagued the tent in the fourth episode of The Great Stand Up To Cancer Bake Off.
Joe Sugg and Alex Jones both experienced similar dramas with apple peelers and electric mixers, leading to an unusual appearance by the on-set medic. They were joined in the tent by singer James Blunt and presenter Alison Hammond, with faves Sandi Toksvig and Noel Fielding on hand to host and Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith judging the somewhat questionable baking techniques.
WERE BLUNT'S BAKES AS BEAUTIFUL AS HIS SONGS?
James Hillier Blount, better known as James Blunt, is a singer, songwriter, and was a former reconnaissance officer in the British Army.
James had an interesting approach of talking to his traybake, but perhaps singing his pop hits would have worked more effectively? The showstopper round saw the celeb bakers create a biscuit-based scene depicting their childhood career aspirations. The only contestant who actually fulfilled their childhood dream was Blunt, who has recently bought a pub where they put on “You’re Beautiful” to clear out the punters at closing time.
James talked of his reasons for supporting Stand Up To Cancer, 'Almost every person has been touched by cancer in their own way, and it’s fantastic to be able to get involved. Also, if I can make a cake in the name of Stand Up to Cancer, then literally anyone can.'