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Dublin: 4 °C Sunday 15 December, 2019
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Emotions are high as people mourn the end of GBBO as we know it

Spoilers within so quit your yappin’.

THE GREAT BRITISH BAKE Off has closed the tent for the last time.

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The show will be moving to Channel 4 next year, losing hosts Sue and Mel, and judge Mary Berry.

Paul Hollywood will be staying, the chancer.

FINALE SPOILERS BELOW, PLEASE EXIT WITH MARY BERRY

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The winning baker was revealed as Candice Brown, but it was a short-lived celebration when we realised it’s all going to change

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Her winning words were highly emotional in an already emotional finale

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People just wanted to say thanks

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*Fondent-est… sorry.

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There were digs

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Is NOTHING SACRED?

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Well, at least we have Channel 4 to look to…

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