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Great British Bake Off: Viewers MURED as Mak leaves the tent while Rowan survives Biscuit Week


The crowd was in their arms when Matt Lucas announced that Mak was leaving the Great British Bake Off on Tuesday night.

Although Rowan has had three disastrous rounds and Prue Leith again mentions that music teacher Paul is not following Hollywood's advice to rule it, Mak has been evicted.

The second week of Bake Off was themed "biscuit", in which the participants had to make chocolate florentines, macaroons and an unforgettable 3D show stopper for meals.

Angry: Viewers were in their arms when Matt Lucas announced that Mak was leaving the Great British Bake Off on Tuesday night

About his exit, Mak said: “I only felt it in my bones, it was me. I know I gave it my all, it was a privilege to be here. & # 39;

But fans of the show couldn't believe the eccentric music teacher Rowan escaped the tent through the skin of his teeth.

The baker seemed to be the clear front runner who had to face the ax after unable to finish his Florentine vest. He left about half a dozen covered only with chocolate and was the last in the technique with his "strange pipe" macarons.

Close Escape: Though Rowan has had three disastrous rounds and Prue Leith again mentions that teacher Paul didn't take Hollywood's advice to rule it, Mak was evicted

Close Escape: Though Rowan has had three disastrous rounds and Prue Leith again mentions that teacher Paul didn't take Hollywood's advice to rule it, Mak was evicted

Humble: Mak said of his exit: & # 39; I only felt it in my bones, it was me. I know I gave it my all, it was a privilege to be here. & # 39;

Humble: of his exit, Mak said: & # 39; I only felt it in my bones, it was me. I know I gave it my all, it was a privilege to be here. & # 39;

Then, when presenting his worst things at sea, Paul said, "It looks like a lighthouse, but it tastes like rubber."

Prue told him she expected something better from him and that it was "a little disappointing".

And so the audience couldn't believe it when Mak was announced as an evicted baker after failing to impress the judges with his "clumsy" cookie teapot.

Too ambitious: Rowan appeared to be the clear front runner to face the ax after failing to finish his Florentine vest. About half a dozen were covered only with chocolate

Too ambitious: Rowan appeared to be the clear front runner to face the ax after failing to finish his Florentine vest. About half a dozen were covered only with chocolate

Revised: When Paul was showing off his worst things at sea, Paul said, "It looks like a lighthouse but tastes like rubber."

Revised: When Paul presented his worst things at sea, Paul said, "It looks like a lighthouse but tastes like rubber."

"Rowan was awful!" Viewers couldn't believe it when Mak was announced as an evicted baker

Oh dear: One wrote, “I can't believe Rowan was saved after his performance this week. Mak was robbed !!! & # 39;

Oh dear: One wrote, “I can't believe Rowan was saved after his performance this week. Mak was robbed !!! & # 39;

One wrote: “I can't believe Rowan was saved after his appearance this week. Mak was robbed !!! & # 39 ;.

Another added: & # 39; GBBO made me mad !!! How often can Rowan deliver under ???? Poor Mak !!! & # 39; while a third rang: & # 39; Poor Mak 🙁 Even though I love Rowan, I honestly thought he was going home. He was told a couple of times not to promise so much and that stopped him again. Except for Mak x & # 39 ;.

A fourth fan of the show added, "Mak was ROBBED" while another said, "How did Rowan do it back then, yes, he loves life but mak doesn't deserve to leave."

"It is an absolute shame to be sent home instead of Rowan!" typed another viewer.

Funny: Laura from Gravesend, Kent said, "Hobnobs are chic wherever I'm from" when attendees started making their crispy biscuits

Funny: Laura from Gravesend, Kent said, "Hobnobs are chic wherever I'm from" when attendees started making their crispy biscuits

Tricky: Prue Leith and Paul Hollywood got the bakers on their way with the characteristic task of 36 chocolate florentines with a perfect snapshot

Tricky: Prue Leith and Paul Hollywood got the bakers on their way with the characteristic task of 36 chocolate florentines with a perfect snapshot

Delicious: Three of the bakers used mango, and Dave's feathered Florentines were well-praised by the judges

Delicious: Prue and Paul loved the design and taste of Dave's cookies

Delicious: Three of the bakers used mango, and Dave's feathered Florentines were well-praised by the judges. He was later crowned Star Baker

Prue and Paul got the bakers on their way with the signature 36 chocolate florentines with a perfect snapshot.

Laura, of Gravesend, Kent, said, "Hobnobs are chic wherever I'm from" when attendees started making their crispy biscuits.

Three of the bakers used mango, and while Dave's feathered Florentines were well-praised by the judges, Hermione's were too chewy for not soaking the fruit in water before baking.

Well done: it was Lottie who stole the show with her quarantine Florentine women - a sweet treat that was her grandparents' favorite throughout the lockdown

Well done: it was Lottie who stole the show with her quarantine Florentine women – a sweet treat that was her grandparents' favorite throughout the lockdown

"I'll never wash my hand again": After taking a bite, Paul said to her, "I'm not sure what to blame you of" before reaching out to give his coveted handshake

Prue left the tent in stitches when she told Mark about his Mango Lassi Florentiner: "I remember worrying about your very big nuts … but a nice snapshot."

But it was Lottie who stole the show with her quarantine Florentines – a sweet treat that was her grandparents' favorite throughout the lockdown.

After taking a bite, Paul said to her, "I'm not sure what to blame you on," before reaching out to give his coveted handshake.

Mistake: Hermione's were too chewy for not soaking the fruit in water before baking

Mistake: Hermione's were too chewy for not soaking the fruit in water before baking

Confused: The 39-year-old wasn't happy with how her Florentines went

Confused: The 39-year-old wasn't happy with how her Florentines went

Lottie said, "I'll never wash my hand again!" Which viewers pointed out wasn't the smartest thing about a global pandemic.

Next came the technical challenge – 12 macaroons, six filled with mango, six filled with coconut, golden and crispy on the outside and tough in the middle.

Lottie received renewed praise from viewers after loaning Mark her chocolate piping bag when it was blocked within minutes.

Helpful: Lottie received renewed praise from viewers after lending Mark her chocolate piping bag when he was blocked within minutes

Helpful: Lottie received renewed praise from viewers after lending Mark her chocolate piping bag when he was blocked within minutes

Delicious: Next up was the technical challenge - 12 macaroons, six filled with mango, six filled with coconut, golden and crispy on the outside and tough in the middle

Delicious: Next up was the technical challenge – 12 macaroons, six filled with mango, six filled with coconut, golden and crispy on the outside and tough in the middle

Second place: Mark (pictured) took second place in engineering and lost first place to Dave

Second place: Mark (pictured) took second place in engineering and lost first place to Dave

Mark finished second in the technical field and lost to Dave at the top.

Meanwhile, Rowan's "peculiar piping" took the last place he joked, influenced by "beautiful French history".

For the show stopper, attendees had to make a 3D cookie from a memorable meal that fooled the eye, and after two successful rounds before that, Dave came out as Star Baker after impressing with his tacos-inspired cookie.

The Great British Bake Off will resume next Tuesday at 8 p.m. on Channel 4.

Overjoyed: Dave came out as Star Baker after impressing with his tacos-inspired cookie

Overjoyed: Dave came out as Star Baker after impressing with his tacos-inspired cookie

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