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WATCH: The 8 Funniest Moments Of The Great British Bake Off


Published at 12:37pm 24th August 2016. (Updated at 2:05pm 24th August 2016)

The Great British Bake Off is back on our screens with 12 new contestants trying to impress Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood.

The BBC says the highly anticipated will be going back to basics, with judges pledging to be even more rigorous this year.

Social media has being buzzing, especially with the new tent emoji made specifically for the show!

People have been sharing their excitement and the verified Great British Bake Off account also tweeted a unique post on the “eve” of the show…

So, here are our favourite moments from the show…

Catharine throws dough on the floor.


Mary chokes on a brownie. Letting down Mary is the last thing you want to do.


The famous squirrel that made everyone on social media go nuts about, err, nuts


Nothing is better than watching someone drop their pudding…


The Mary Berry death glare. Never buy ready made fondant…


Mary-Anne couldn’t quite handle the icing on her buns.


Let’s go back to the brilliant hidden design cakes.


The moment Diana took Iain’s baked Alaska out of the freezer… Iain couldn’t believe it and threw it in the bin. This will forever go down as the most memorable moment in Great British Bake Off history.

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