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Noel Fielding Is A Treat As One Of The New Hosts Of "Bake Off"

Eating a marigold flower: "Tasted like a clown's nose."

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So tonight we were introduced to the weirdness of Noel Fielding presenting Bake Off alongside Sandi Toksvig.

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Seeing his prewritten skits between Noel and Sandi felt just a little bit unnatural and strange at first.

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But then, whilst addressing the people in the tent, he lit up the screen with his warmth and quirkiness.

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And he is such a natural with the bakers.

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And he is always on the baker's side, like when Julia couldn't lie to Prue that she forgot to juice her courgettes.

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And he's especially on their side when they win.

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And when they think they are losing.

"Everything is redeemable."
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"Everything is redeemable."

But he still managed to keep some of his trademark weirdness by eating Kate's flower after Prue said: "nobody is going to eat a marigold."

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To which he gave this review.

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Only he can get away with saying things like this.

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And then there was this moment.

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What a delight.

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Fielding on Bake Off might not be that bad after all.

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You can watch The Great British Bake Off on Channel 4 on Tuesdays at 8pm or catch up on All 4.