The Bake Off presenter admits it was hard filming the new series without the old gang
Paul Hollywood has revealed that he “missed Mary, Mel and Sue” and that filming the new series of The Great British Bake Off has been “hard” at times.
RADIOTIMES :: Bake Off left its home on BBC1 last year after it was bought by Channel 4 for £25 million. Presenters Mel and Sue decided not to “go with the dough” and follow the show to the new broadcaster, as did judge Mary Berry. However, Paul Hollywood stuck with the programme during its switch and will reprise his judging role in the new series.
“I have missed Mary, Mel and Sue,” Hollywood told Closer. “When I started filming the new Bake Off it was hard.” [ . . . ]
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