Who left Bake Off 2020 last night?

THE Great British Bake Off is back with a bang.

Episode one was the classic Cake Week – and although no one wants to be sent home first, one contestant had to go.

The Great British Bake Off is back on TV

The Great British Bake Off is back on TVCredit: Mark Bourdillon/ Love Productions

Who left Bake Off 2020 last night?

Loriea Campbell-Clare, a 27-year-old diagnostic radiographer from Durham, was the Bake Off tent’s first casualty.

Loreia didn’t have a great day in the kitchen. The judges told her that her efforts were overbaked and too heavy on the flavours.

Loriea, 27, lives in Durham and is a Diagnostic RadiographerCredit: Mark Bourdillon/ Love Productions

Loriea’s Battenburg was too dry to impress Paul and Prue and she came in the bottom three in the technical challenge.

Unfortunately, her showstopper was not enough to redeem her. For the challenge, the contestants were asked to create a 3D edible bust of their favourite celebrity.

Loriea chose to create a cake-ified version of Jamaican poet Louise Bennett-Coverley.

However, GBBO fans on Twitter have compared her attempt to the alien ET.

Twitter users have compared Loriea's showstopper attempt to the alien ET

Twitter users have compared Loriea’s showstopper attempt to the alien ET

When is Bake Off 2020 next on?

The second episode of Bake Off will air on September 29, 2020 at 8pm.

After that, it will air at 8pm every Tuesday.

All episodes will be available to watch on All 4 after they have aired.

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