Paul Hollywood Sparks Crumpet Debate On 'Great Celebrity Bake Off'
| Last updated
Featured Image Credit: Channel 4
While parliament debates on all the complicated details surrounding Brexit, Paul Hollywood has sparked the only real debate worth talking about - The Great Crumpet Debate.
Tuesday night's Great Celebrity Bake Off saw the likes of Jeremy Paxman, Sally Lindsay and Georgia Toffolo battle it out over not just any crumpets, but chocolate crumpets.
Understandably, judges Paul and Prue Leith were met with confusion from the tent, as none of the bakers had ever even seen chocolate crumpets, let alone made them.
It seems Prue agreed with the thoughts of the tent as she told her fellow judge:"You are very cruel, Paul Hollywood."
Needless to say, Paul's bizarre challenge divided the nation and left them debating the chocolate snack all over social media.
I have never seen a chocolate crumpet in my life!!! Where do you buy such a thing????- sam hughes (@samjanehughes) March 26, 2019
Gimme gimme gimmeeeeeee a chocolate crumpet :heart_eyes: #celebritybakeoff- Maddison Warnes (@maddisonwarnes) March 26, 2019
Why have I never had a chocolate crumpet before??? Where do I buy them :chocolate_bar:#gbbo- Karen (@Kstarx) March 26, 2019
WTF is a chocolate crumpet.- Shane Thulborn ⚒ (@shanethulborn) March 26, 2019
A chocolate crumpet is actually a thing :see_no_evil: #GBBO- Ben Stroud (@BenStroud8) March 26, 2019
After the challenge, the judges decided Jeremy Paxman's crumpets had been 'turned too early', while Sally's resembled a 'memory foam mattress.'
However, while Toff's chocolate crumpets were hailed 'not too bad,' comedian Joe Wilkinson was the clear winner after his crumpets were deemed '99 per cent perfect.'
The Great Celebrity Bake Offcontinues on Tuesday 2nd April at 8pm on Channel 4 as Caroline Flack, Nicola Adams, The Crown's Greg Wise and newsreader Krishnan Guru-Murthy all take to the tent.