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GBBO: Paul Hollywood leaves viewers in a fluster with VERY cheeky innuendo about steamed buns

Great British Bake Off viewers were left giggling during Tuesday’s installment as Paul Hollywood made a very cheeky innuendo.

This week saw the Channel 4 show present its first ever Japanese week, with the signature challenge tasking the bakers with making steamed buns.

However, when describing how the buns should taste, the chef, 54, left folks at home blushing with a racy remark.

Naughty remark: Great British Bake Off viewers were left giggling during Tuesday’s installment as Paul Hollywood made a very cheeky innuendo

Describing the texture of the Japanese treat, Paul said: ‘You feel a tug and it melts in the mouth.’

And though his remark didn’t cause a stir in the tent, it certainly raised the eyebrows of people watching at home, with several rushing to Twitter to comment.  

‘Sorry what Paul?? “You feel a tug and then something delicious fills your mouth’, commented one viewer.

Ooh I say! However, when describing how the buns should taste, the chef, 54, left folks at home blushing with a racy remark

Ooh I say! However, when describing how the buns should taste, the chef, 54, left folks at home blushing with a racy remark

While another remarked: ‘You feel a tug and it melts in the mouth, two minutes in and they’ve started.’

A third watcher tweeted: ‘I’m unsure if I watch @BritishBakeOff for the baking skills or the numerous innuendos during an episode!’ 

‘Paul, you naughty sir’ commented a fourth shocked viewer.

Ahem: Describing the texture of the Japanese treat, Paul said: 'You feel a tug and it melts in the mouth'

Ahem: Describing the texture of the Japanese treat, Paul said: ‘You feel a tug and it melts in the mouth’

New challenge: This week saw the Channel 4 show present its first ever Japanese week, with the signature challenge tasking the bakers with making steamed buns

New challenge: This week saw the Channel 4 show present its first ever Japanese week, with the signature challenge tasking the bakers with making steamed buns

With another adding: ‘Initially you feel a tug and then melts in your mouth” – That’s the #Extra Slice jokes sorted!’

Meanwhile, the bread expert left viewers irate as he told how he didn’t like gherkins, forcing two bakers to adapt their bakes just for him. 

The episode also saw Mark Lutton has become the latest person to be eliminated from the show after failing tom impress with his Japanese inspired bakes. 

Hot under the collar: Though his remark didn't cause a stir in the tent, it certainly raised the eyebrows of people watching at home, with several rushing to Twitter to comment

Hot under the collar: Though his remark didn’t cause a stir in the tent, it certainly raised the eyebrows of people watching at home, with several rushing to Twitter to comment

Despite starting off the week with confidence, Mark struggled to wow the judges with his burger-style steamed buns, while he landed in 5th place in the technical challenge.

The showstopper challenge, in which bakers were tasked with making a kawaii ‘cute’ creation, proved to be the final straw for the Northern Irish baker, 27, with his Avocado themed creation branded ‘inedible’ by judge Paul Hollywood.

Speaking after his exit, Mark became emotional as he said: ‘When you know, you know. I thought it was my time tonight.

Goodbye: Mark Lutton has become the latest person to be eliminated from the Great British Bake Off after failing to impress during the show's first ever Japanese Week

Goodbye: Mark Lutton has become the latest person to be eliminated from the Great British Bake Off after failing to impress during the show’s first ever Japanese Week

Oh dear! The showstopper challenge proved to be the final straw for the Northern Irish baker, 27, with his Avocado themed creation branded ‘inedible’ by judge Paul Hollywood

He continued: ‘It’s happy tears because I made it to week six of Bake Off. It’s been brilliant from start to finish.’

He added that he had learned ‘so much’ and made great friends along the way and was glad to have been pushed to bake things he’d never done before, adding he ‘couldn’t have asked for a better experience’.

Reflecting on his exit, Prue said: ‘Poor Mark, he had a disaster of a showstopper’, adding it only takes ‘one bad bake’ for a contestant to be out. 

Time to go: Speaking after his exit, Mark became emotional as he said: 'When you know, you know. I thought it was my time tonight

Time to go: Speaking after his exit, Mark became emotional as he said: ‘When you know, you know. I thought it was my time tonight

Elsewhere on the show, there was elated for Lottie after as she was crowned star baker for the first time thanks to her exceptional toad stall showstopper.

While Laura breathed a sigh of relief after becoming convinced she was heading home following her disastrous first two rounds. 

Meanwhile, next week will see the bakers take on 80s week, where they’ll battle it out to gain a place in the quarter finals. 

The Great British Bake Off continues on Tuesday at 8pm on Channel 4. 

Congrats: Elsewhere on the show, there was elated for Lottie after as she was crowned star baker for the first time thanks to her exceptional toad stall showstopper

Congrats: Elsewhere on the show, there was elated for Lottie after as she was crowned star baker for the first time thanks to her exceptional toad stall showstopper

Phew! While Laura breathed a sigh of relief after becoming convinced she was heading home following her disastrous first two rounds

Phew! While Laura breathed a sigh of relief after becoming convinced she was heading home following her disastrous first two rounds

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