It was Carol Vorderman who won the fifth episode of The Great British Celebrity Bake Off this week.
The Great British Bake Off for Stand Up To Cancer was back for 2020 with the final episode this week (April 7) at 8PM on Channel 4.
In each episode four celebrities join hosts Sandi Toksvig and Noel Fielding, all wanting to impress judges Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith with their baking skills.
As always, at the end of the night only one celebrity was awarded with the coveted star baker apron.
The final four famous faces being ushered into the Bake Off tent were TV presenter Carol Vorderman, TV judge Rob Rinder, comedian Mo Gilligan and radio and TV presenter Kelly Brook.
The celebrity bakers took on three challenges set by judges Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith.
This week the pair's three tricky tasks started with a signature sandwich biscuit. The celebrity contestants then tackled their technical - cream and jam filled iced buns - which saw Carol come out on top when Prue and Paul judged the bakes blind.
For the showstopper, the celebs had to make a 3D guilty pleasure cake. Rob created a tribute to Jackie Collins' novels, for Kelly it was a naked bubble bath cake, Mo created a trainer cake and a Carol made a champagne bath cake.
Prue and Paul then retired to decide their winner before announcing Carol as this week's star baker.
The bakers are standing up to the challenges, and to cancer, and inspiring viewers to do the same.
You can watch episodes of the Celebrity Great British Bake Off online and catch up at All4.
Other episodes this year have featured Broadcaster Louis Theroux, athlete & Love Island star Ovie Soko, Oscar winner Richard Dreyfuss, TV personality Scarlett Moffatt, comedian Joel Dommett, singer James Blunt and TV presenters Alison Hammond and Alex Jones.
Following The Great British Bake Off new Celebrity specials, the main series of Bake Off is expected to air later in 2020.
However right now production on the series has been halted.
A spokesperson for Channel 4 said they were "looking at all possible options" to make the show safely amid the current global health situation.
They said: “We are monitoring the situation and Public Health England advice very carefully, and are looking at all possible options for producing The Great British Bake Off safely.
“Filming of the series will begin once it is safe to do so.”