The Great British Baking Show: All-Stars won’t happen any time soon.
Hot on the heels of the show’s 13th season, Judge Prue Leith explains why she and Paul Hollywood didn’t bring the show’s winners together for a chance to win the ultimate crown (or, in their case, a tray of cakes).
“If you have already won Pastry shopyour life changes,” she told E! News exclusively. “You either become a very well-known baker, or you end up with a baking business, or you’re on television as a presenter, or you write a new cookbook, and you’ve got a reputation you don’t want to tarnish.”
Because of this, Prue said she thinks the series “would have a hard time” attracting previous winners, despite having “never tried, to be honest.”
“They feel like this is the peak of their career so far,” she added. “Would you like to risk losing him?”
Well, we would definitely like to watch it.