Great British Bake Off winner revealed during Twitter spat between Paul Hollywood and Raymond Blanc? SPOILER ALERT

It seems that a Twitter spat may have given the game away...

This show is pretty much the highlight of our weeks - and we've had the final marked in our diaries since the series began.

But it seems that the Great British Bake Off final could have been well and truly ruined for us, with the winner being accidentally revealed during a Twitter spat between Paul Hollywood and Raymond Blanc.

Ruby Tandoh, Kimberley Wilson and Frances Quinn are in The Great British Bake Off final So if you don't want to know the winner, look away NOW.

SPOILER ALERT

The whole thing started with Raymond Blanc tweeting: "the great British bake off.Not much skills, female tears ,And a winner so thin who makes me doubt of her love for great cooking, baking." [sic]


Before long, Twitter was in meltdown with users suggesting that the contestant in question was Ruby Tandoh who is not only a former model but has been a favourite to win the show throughout the series.

Raymond Blanc became embroiled in a spat with The Great British Bake Off finalist Ruby Tandoh Ruby didn't really help the Twitter storm, wading in and replying to Raymond saying:"'female tears'?! and what has anyone's size got to do with it? i don't care if you're a patisserie king - don't be an idiot" [sic]


No one else from Great British Bake Off responded to the comments, until one Twitter user alerted Paul Hollywood to the conversation between Raymond Blanc and Ruby Tandoh.

In a tweet which has since been deleted, Paul, who's a judge on the show said: "Wow Raymond have you seen the winner already??"

Yikes.

Raymond has now taken to Twitter to confirm that he DOESN'T know who's won the show after all.

He said: "Ok, sorry guys, I was a grumpy Frenchman this morning. I don't know who has won , but can't wait to find out..."


We are hoping and praying that Raymond's tweet was just an ill-judged mistake and that he doesn't know who's won after all.

Is it too much to ask that we can just be left in peace to enjoy the show?!

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Tue, Oct 18, 2011 10:48 BST

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