BBC say there's still hope for the Bake Off we know and love 5 years ago

BBC say there's still hope for the Bake Off we know and love

Fingers crossed.

There has been a lot of news surrounding The Great British Bake Off as of late.


First, we heard the show was moving to Channel 4, then presenters Mel and Sue announced their departure.

And although people already felt the show wouldn't be the same, Mary Berry announced that she was leaving which broke bakers hearts everywhere.

Although Paul Hollywood has said that he is staying on when the show moved channel, we all know it just won't be the same.

However, all hope is not yet lost, as reports suggest the three ladies may be back on our screens together.

According to the Mirror, sources at the BBC have said that formats would be worked on in the next few months and that Paul would be replaced.

James Martin, former Saturday Kitchen host's name has been suggested.

The source added: “We’ve got three of the fab four staying with us. We’re thrilled.


“The chances of us reuniting Mary, Mel and Sue are very high.”

Mel Giedroyc has already landed a new job presenting a new talent show called Let it Shine which search for a Take That tribute act.

Here's hoping the three ladies get back together again.