Noel Fielding’s sideburns were eliminated from the competition on her birthday.
It has been a pleasure to witness Tasha’s realization of her baking abilities and her potential for success. As she stated in a previous episode, “The boost in confidence I’ve gained in such a short period of time is truly remarkable.”
Dan is currently assisting Tasha with one minute to spare, aiding in the removal of her molds.
Josh’s appearance is very tidy.
“Wow, what a challenge!” Dan playfully imitates Joe Sugg and falls to the ground.
Matty suggested, “Let’s hide among the fruit.”
This is my life’s story, Matty.
Tasha’s layers will be returning.
I never expected to write a sentence in all caps today, but I have to be honest.
Tasha mentioned that she may not be able to complete the challenge, but the challenge is still ongoing.
There is still a chance for success!
Tasha’s puff pastry lacks any layers.
It appears that they have disappeared without a trace.
However, Dan is simply inspiring her. He has emerged as a true role model to the other bakers in recent episodes, and it has been a joy to witness.
Josh neglected to turn on his oven.
Josh, it is the ninth week.
The picture of Josh’s grandmother is once again displayed on the table.
Matty is creating a three-tiered millefoglie that is delightfully infused with alcohol.
Tasha is experiencing a very overwhelming birthday. At the beginning of this episode, she expresses doubt about completing the challenge. Does she actually fail? It appears to be a possibility.
Oh no, it’s Tasha’s birthday and she might leave.
She’s at least making mango, correct?
Sure, I will make an effort to not discourage you in this challenge.