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Will Prue Leith be sacked from The Great British

Bake Off after Twitter s

poiler? Channel 4 respond to blunderPrue Leith will NOT be sacked for revealing the winner of The Great British Bake Off before the show went out , Channel 4 bosses say. The judge, 77, tweeted 10 hours ahead of

the final: “No one told me judging a GBBO final would be so emotional. Bravo Sophie.” Rea

lising her mistake, the message revealing that Sophie Faldo, 33, had beaten Steven Carter-Bailey, 34, and Kate Lyon, 29, was quickly deleted. But the damage was done. The Great British Bake Off finalists Kate, Steven and Sophie (Image: Channel 4) Read MoreRelated ArticlesWho won Great British Bake Off 2017? Mortified Prue Leith lets slip winner of Channel 4 show 12 hours early Despite a furious reaction from fans, producers insisted Prue’s job was safe for next ye

ar. Paul Hollywood , Sandi Toksvig and Noel Fielding will also return. “We can’t be angry with Prue because we love her so much,” said one insider. “It’s hard to be cross for something that was just an awful mi

stake. No one’s going to feel worse about it than she does herself. She’s mortified.” Prue, who is on holiday in Bhutan – six hours ahead of the UK – told one reporter: “I f***ed up. “I’m in Bhutan. The time difference is massive. I thought that they got

it six hours ago. I’m in too much of a state to talk about it.” Prue Leith accidently revealed the winner of Great British Bake Off before the final aired (Image: PA) She issued an apology later , saying: “I am so sorry to the fans for my mistake this morning, I am in a different time zone and mortified by my error.” Many fans remained angry, however, branding it the Great Bri

tish Balls-Up. Gemma Shepatch blasted: “Thanks Prue Leith for ruining the GBBO final.” She added: “Would Mary have done that?” referring to former judge Mary Berry. Read MoreThe Great British Bake Off 2018The Great British Bake Off latest newsWho is Noel Fielding?Who is Paul Hollywood?Who is Sandi

Toksvig?Best and filthiest Bake Off innuendosWhere is Bake Off filmed?When does GBBO start?Contestants for 2018 Mimicking Prue’s tweet, Robert Pupkin said: “Nobody told me judging th

e Gaffe of the Year 2017 would be so emotional. Bravo Prue.” But Prue revealed it was Sophie who was this years winner in a tweet while on holiday in Bhutan (Image: PA) Read MoreRelated ArticlesMortified Prue Leith reveals the reason behind huge Bake Off blunder as she apologises to fans for accidentally naming winner The furore is expected to have hit viewing figures for the final, which featured small breads, iced biscuits and a showstopper entremet – a multi-layered mousse-based cake. Former Army officer Sophie, of Surrey, said after her win: “I

don’t think I will forget this day for as long as I live. “It is beyond anything I have dreamed of. What a privilege.” She said that her Ode to the Honey Bee showstopper had been the clincher. She added: “I hadn’t based it on anybody e

lse’s recipe,

it was all my own.” Paul Hollywood was moved to tears by the result. “I got a little bit emotional there,” he said. “I walked off quite quickly and said it’s the wind in my eye.” Sophie, 33, said her best moment had been the Hollywood Handshake for her fruity cake in week one and the

worst was when her millionaire’s shortbread wouldn’t set in week four. She now plans to write a patisserie book and would like to travel the world for even more inspiration. The Great British Bake Off merchandise Noel Fielding Bake Off stickers, 1.87 Tell us all about your iced bun t-shirts, sweatshirts hoodies, 16.80 The Many Faces of Nadiya mugs, 10 Paul Hollywood stickers, 1.87 Bake Off cupcake battle sweatshirts, t-shirts hoodies, 25 Remember, success is all about, er ... timing Sophie with her trophy on tonights show (Image: Channel 4) By IAN HYLAND on Bake Off final At the start of tonight’s final Prue Leith revealed just how big a deal it was. “I woke up this morning so excited.” So did seven million other fans. Then someone went and ruined it. Bravo Prue. Considering she has provided most of the sunshine on Channel 4’s Bake Off we shouldn’t be too harsh on her for revealing the winner on Twitter. I can’t deny it ruined the final as a spectacle for me, though. If I wanted a talent show final where I already knew the winner I’d wat

ch X Factor. The fact Prue’s slip-up was bl

amed on confusion over time zones while on holiday in Bhutan did prove amusingly ironic – as she and Paul Hollywood kept reminding us, success last night was about getting the timings right. If Prue could go back I’m sure she would consign that tweet forever to drafts. It would probably be the only thing Channel 4 would change, too. Despite predictions Bake Off would be a disaster following its move from BBC it ended up anything but. The ratings were higher than most people (me) thought they’d be. Noel Fielding/Sandi Toksvig worked better than most (me again) thought. And Prue lessened the pain of missing Mary Berry. Let’s have more of the same next year. With one obvious tweak. Confiscate Prue’s phone before she jets off on holiday.