PUBLISHED: 22:21, Tue, Oct 6, 2020 | UPDATED: 22:22, Tue, Oct 6, 2020
Week three of The Great British Bake Off saw the 10 remaining bakers tackle bread week in the hopes of being crowned Star Baker by Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith. With Noel Fielding and Matt Lucas in tow providing the quips and cheeky jokes, the pressure was on for each of the contestants to produce a showstopping masterpiece. But when Channel 4 presenter Matt pried further into what baker Dave was conjuring up, Paul was left less than impressed.
Dave had a rather tricky week this week as he and his fellow bakers tried to get to grips with Paul and Prue's testing bread challenges.
Despite being Star Baker in week two, his technical came under particular heavy fire from Paul after being tasked with making a dozen rainbow-coloured bagels.
The Bake Off star's creations came out rather flat, resulting in Paul slamming Dave's efforts for "over-proving" the bagels.
The critiques meant it was between Dave and fellow bakers Rowan and Peter in the judges' consideration for who would be heading home.
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Bake Off: Paul Hollywood walks off from Matt Lucas (Image: CHANNEL 4)
Bake Off: Matt Lucas talks to Dave as Paul walks off (Image: CHANNEL 4)
Luckily, Dave stayed in the competition with his bakes, but it wasn't his creations which caught the eye this evening.
Earlier in the show, the Bake Off star was joined by Paul, Prue and Matt for a discussion about his showstopper in the final round of week three.
The showstopper challenge required each of the 10 contestants to create a large decorative bread plaque with a Harvest Festival theme.
It had to also resemble the one thing each baker "was most grateful" for.
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