JUNIOR Bake Off fans all have the same complaint and claimed the show is “fixed” after shock results.
Channel 4 viewers thought Mia should have been saved instead of Gabriel – despite both putting in a brilliant effort.
The contestants excelled themselves yet again as the group attempted desserts this week and was tasked with making a rainbow baked Alaska.
Contestant Gabriel had not heard of a baked Alaska but gave it his best shot.
Unfortunately, he forgot to add butter and sugar to the mixture, forcing him to take his tray out of the oven to include the major ingredients.
Meanwhile, the other bakers were also having their own fair share of problems in the kitchen as they struggled to stop the dessert melting.
The judges said Gabriel’s Alaska was sadly “too sloppy” and “not airy enough”, with Gabriel ranked in last position.
Gabriel hoped to impress in the showstopper and opted for a lemon drizzle cake shaped as his favourite takeaway, fish and chips.
Mia was also inspired by her favourite takeaway and decided to make an orange flavoured buttercream pizza cake.
Unfortunately, the judges were not impressed by the shape of Gabriel’s fish cake and thought it was too sour – however praised him on the sponge.
Meanwhile, Aisha got her first star baker and admitted it had given her a “push to try harder”.
But the unlucky baker leaving the famous tent this week was Mia.
However, not all fans were happy with the results and claimed that the Channel 4 show was a fix.
Gabriel admitted himself that it wasn’t his best week and believed that the judges didn’t have the heart to send him home – confessing he had “dodged a bullet”.
And it looks like fans agreed with the youngster.
One wrote: “Wow, Gabriel dodges going home again – he wasn’t great today but still keeps getting through. #JuniorBakeOff.”
Another posted: “Gabriel dodged another bullet.”
A third agreed: “Gabriel staying again?!?!? Got to be a fix.
“Gabriel should have gone on week one – this is an absolute fix,” someone else said.
Last w eek, Natalie Cassidy surprised her fans this evening when she revealed her daughter Eliza has secretly been taking part in Junior Bake Off.
The EastEnders actress, 38, only shared the news that it was her daughter tonight as she sadly lost her place in the tent.
She admitted she had initially dashed Eliza’s hopes of even getting on the show – but was now full of admiration for her, saying she is “the proudest mum alive”.
Sharing a picture of the youngster with a mixing bowl and whisk, Natalie gushed: “This is Eliza. She was 10 and decided to enter for the junior bake off. I said, oh Eliza, you’ll never get through, thousands apply and I don’t want you to be disappointed. She got through.
“And her confidence, determination and maturity has blown me away. I am proud of my daughters everyday. But to watch one of them be so kind and helpful to others in the tent every night this week, has made me the proudest mum alive.
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“I haven’t said much about it- Nothing to do with me whatsoever. This was her adventure. Thank you @britishbakeoff for having her and looking after her so well throughout the process. My advice to all. When your child wants to do something don’t stop them. Dreams do come true. ”
Her followers were shocked to discover Eliza’s very famous mum after watching her on the show.
One person wrote: “Oh my goodness, I had no idea she was your daughter. Love her, she’s so lovely and very funny. An absolute credit to you .”
Another added: “Aww I didn’t realise Eliza was your daughter! I said yesterday to my daughter (who is also a budding baker, in fact she’s practicing now baking a cake at 8pm on a Friday evening!!) how kind Eliza was to others and how proud I’d be if she was mine!”
While someone else remarked: “Omg I didn’t realise this was your daughter @natcass1 …..what a proud mum u must be. She is such a lovely girl and so helpful and friendly and quite honestly had me in stitches all week.”