MAJOR SPOILER ALERT WARNING!
Last night, The Great British Bake Off went out with a bang, ending its latest season and the show as we know it. The next time GBBO season premieres, it will be on the UK's Channel 4 and will be down three of its four original hosts—Mary Berry, Mel Giedroyc, and Sue Perkins are leaving the show and staying with the BBC to launch their own cooking series, which means only Paul Hollywood will be around to hold down the fort as the baking competition migrates to a commercial network.
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On the final episode of the BBC series, Candice Brown, a 31-year-old secondary school teacher (and lipstick lover) hailing from Bedfordshire, took home the grand prize. Brown had won the title of Star Baker three times over the course of this season, and her final rounds' Queen Victoria's Mango and Strawberry Crown, Victoria Sandwich, and Picnic for Pearly Kings and Queens nabbed her top prize.