Great British Bake off is set to remove all it’s saucy innuendos from the show.
The baking show has become synonymous with baking innuendos, from both contestants and judges, which always leaves viewers in hysterics every week.
However, it looks like this series will see the end of this, with the show now going for more family friendly skits.
The first episode of the show fails to feature any tongue and cheek remarks, with Paul Hollywood saying that it was “a conscious decision”.
Speaking for a Q&A for the show the GBBO judge revealed how he thinks “innuendo is funny. I suppose it’s been part of Bake Off for a few years, but it’s not the be-all and end-all in Bake Off.”
“Maybe we should do an outtakes thing after 11pm.”
Innuendos became so much apart of the show that Graham Norton even did a skit of it on his show, with Hugh Jackman and Billy Crystal reading lines said by judges Mary and Paul.
We sure will miss classic lines such as “soggy bottom”.