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Aisling Bea had a lot of trouble with custard on last night's GBBO, but Irish viewers were still very proud of her

On the plus side, she had a ball with Teri Hatcher.

LAST NIGHT, THE celebrity version of Great British Bake Off came to an end.

Irish actress and comedian Aisling Bea appeared on the show, alongside Alan Carr, athlete Kadeena Cox and Desperate Housewives actress Teri Hatcher.

Teri Hatcher was EXTREMELY happy to be on the show.

She’s the last person you’d expect to be so starstruck.

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Aisling was a little bit more calm, cool and collected.

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She tried her very best to get one of those famous Paul Hollywood handshakes.

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And yeah, that’s a pint of Guinness.

One of the highlights of Aisling’s appearance on GBBO, was her horrific custard.

On Twitter, clearly scarred from the experience, she advised people to just buy pre-made custard. It’s just not worth the effort it takes to make it fresh.

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Despite her mishap with the custard, Aisling made some muffins that really impressed Teri Hatcher. What more could you possibly ask for?

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 Viewers were very invested in Aisling’s appearance on GBBO.

We’re not sure if they were happy or sad tears, but one person cried over her cake.

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And everyone loved her chemistry with Teri Hatcher.

 

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