Mary Berry has QUIT the Great British Bake Off on BBC One and for many it's the end of the show.
Shortly after, Paul Hollywood announced that he would be staying put, the only one of the show's on screen talent to follow the series away from the BBC in 2017.
On Twitter there was QUITE the reaction
— Jess. (@Jess1DOM) September 22, 2016
Mary Berry leaving Bakeoff... Cue Chris Evans and someone from FRIENDS.
— Danny-Boy Hatchard (@danboy) September 22, 2016
#GBBO without Mary Berry is like baking without an oven.
— Nick Harvey (@mrnickharvey) September 22, 2016
Mary Berry quits #GBBO
FOR SALE : Large tent. Offers in excess of £75 million pic.twitter.com/RIJWJ2wUgK
— Andrew Bloch (@AndrewBloch) September 22, 2016
Mary Berry NOT leaving the BBC.
I hope you kept the receipt, Channel 4.
— Greg Scott (@GregScottTV) September 22, 2016
— Liz Burt (@ideasonfood) September 22, 2016
And Mary Berry leaves the Bake Off tent. pic.twitter.com/evVS54n4jq
— chinnyhill10 (@chinnyhill10) September 22, 2016
— Tom Vallis (@SoSayWeAll47) September 22, 2016
Dear Mary Berry pic.twitter.com/s38zpOYJk3
— Jack Mulligan (@J4CKMULLx) September 22, 2016
— Elizabeth Windsor (@Queen_UK) September 22, 2016
Looking forward to "Ready, Steady, Bake!" featuring Mary Berry, Mel and Sue ... Probably coming to the BBC in 2017
— Nathan Sykes (@NathanSykes) September 22, 2016
As for Paul, his decision to stay put came in for quite a few complaints.
As iffffff Paul Hollywood has signed with channel 4 for GBBO without Mary. What a traitor
— b (@bronia_) September 22, 2016
— Roisi Proven (@roisiproven) September 22, 2016
The Great British Bake Off continues for now on BBC One at 8PM on Wednesday nights.