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Sandi Toksvig Says She's Returning To GBBO With Noel Fielding And The Judges Next Year

Mark Cunliffe

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Sandi Toksvig Says She's Returning To GBBO With Noel Fielding And The Judges Next Year

Featured Image Credit: Channel 4/The Great British Bake Off

If you're anything like us, you're not quite ready for The Great British Bake Off to come to an end next week, but we've already been given some great news about next year's series.

We know 2019 might feel like ages away but the tent will be full of bakers again before you know it, and there might just be some familiar faces to greet them.

Presenter Sandi Toksvig has just revealed she will be returning to the show next year.

Credit: Channel 4
Credit: Channel 4

Speaking to The Mirror, Sandi revealed that herself, Noel Fielding, Prue Leith and Paul Hollywood will be returning next year and said 'they are good to go'.

She also spoke about her friendship with Noel, joking that some of the links her and Noel film are 'too rude' to be broadcast and have to be re-shot.

Discussing her Christmas plans, the 60-year-old also said that her and Noel are planning to spend a second Christmas together.

Credit: Channel 4
Credit: Channel 4

She added: "I shall be making dinner and Prue will come and tidy up the gravy at the very end."

On Tuesday, we found out that Ruby, Rahul and Kim-Joy had made it to the final and that they will compete to be crowned the 2018 winner.

Speaking of this year's bakers, Sandi said: "The gang this year were exceptional. We've wept and laughed. The final is more nerve-racking than any other show."

Credit: Channel 4
Credit: Channel 4

Last week, finalist Ruby was reportedly duped into revealing the winner of Bake Off on Twitter, after a man set up a fake account for Sandi and sparked a conversation with the baker.

Ruby and the impostor shared messages about Danish week before she was tricked into revealing the winner and how happy she was about it.

The 26-year-old man, from Swansea, who set up the fake account said he did it because he was 'bored'.

He said: "It's actually pretty easy to do really.

"You just make a fake profile of one of their friends and then they follow you.


"You then change your name and message them and they have no clue."

Topics: The Great Bake Off, TV News, TV Entertainment

Mark Cunliffe
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