Prue Leith ‘joins Paul Hollywood as judge for US version of Bake Off’

Prue Leith is reportedly poised to become a star in the state as she will join Paul Hollywood in the US version of The Great British Bake Off

Prue Leith is reportedly poised to become a star in the state as she will join Paul Hollywood in the US version of The Great British Bake Off

Prue Leith ‘set for stateside stardom as she joins Paul Hollywood as a judge on US version of Bake Off’

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Prue Leith is reportedly poised to become a star in the United States as she will be joining Paul Hollywood on the US version of The Great British Bake Off.

According to the mirrorThe 81-year-old chef will be shooting six episodes of The Great American Baking Show and a celebrity special later this year.

The show has not aired in the US since January 2020 before the pandemic and is now moving from ABC to streaming service The Roku Channel.

Prue Leith is reportedly poised to become a star in the state as she will join Paul Hollywood in the US version of The Great British Bake Off

Prue Leith is reportedly poised to become a star in the state as she will join Paul Hollywood in the US version of The Great British Bake Off

Prue Leith is reportedly poised to become a star in the state as she will join Paul Hollywood in the US version of The Great British Bake Off

The move comes as a surprise, as Prue previously said Americans find the hugely popular series strange and “cannot understand.”

Speaking on Loose Women, she said: “All of their competition shows are aggressive and competitors are dissing each other and trying to get ahead.

“They can’t understand that Bake Off, or The Baking Show, has no prize except winning.”

For the past three seasons, Paul has served as a judge on the American version with American chef Cherry Yard, while Anthony Adams and Emma Bunton serve as hosts.

According to The Mirror, the 81-year-old chef will be shooting six episodes of The Great American Baking Show and a celebrity special later this year.

According to The Mirror, the 81-year-old chef will be shooting six episodes of The Great American Baking Show and a celebrity special later this year.

According to The Mirror, the 81-year-old chef will be shooting six episodes of The Great American Baking Show and a celebrity special later this year.

The American version was filmed in the United Kingdom in the British tent, which previously also featured former chief judge Mary Berry.

It comes after the Prue label cancels the culture “ridiculous” and “stupid,” admitting that it expects she will soon be a victim of the form of exile.

The TV judge also confessed that she has no plans to continue her role in the Channel 4 reality show ‘for the long term’ because she is ‘so old’.

In an exclusive conversation with MailOnline, she admitted there was a craze: “Oh yeah, no, I’m sure. It sounds like me. Getting canceled because I said something.’

Prue was recently criticized by eating disorder campaigners at charity Beat for making jokes about calories on Bake Off.

The show has not aired in the US since January 2020 before the pandemic and is now moving from ABC to streaming service The Roku Channel

The show has not aired in the US since January 2020 before the pandemic and is now moving from ABC to streaming service The Roku Channel

The show has not aired in the US since January 2020 before the pandemic and is now moving from ABC to streaming service The Roku Channel

It had been noted by viewers that the food critic often wondered, “Is it worth the calories?” while she jokes about the participants’ sweet treats.

She told MailOnline about the controversy: “Well, I’ve had to stop because everyone is getting so upset and I think it’s all too ridiculous. But I think the world will no longer be crazy.

“The really good charity Beat, which does something about eating disorders, they say it’s fattening and people feel guilty about themselves, which of course isn’t what I’m talking about.

‘Of course you don’t want to offend people and of course it’s important that being overweight doesn’t feel that way people, so I stopped doing that, but if you have a sense of humor you know I didn’t. I don’t mean to… I have to be tactful.”

Show: Paul was a judge on the US version of Bake Off for the past three seasons

Show: Paul was a judge on the US version of Bake Off for the past three seasons

Show: Paul was a judge on the US version of Bake Off for the past three seasons

Prue entered the baking competition after BBC One’s move to Channel 4 in 2017, but has now indicated she doesn’t expect to stay too long.

She said, ‘God, I’m so old, I don’t think I’ll be there for the long haul, but I’m very happy right now.

‘The great thing about being in the food business is that you want to do it all over again two hours later.

“It’s not something that makes you sick or grows out of it, you don’t grow out of hunger.”

Opinion: The move comes as a surprise, as Prue previously said Americans find the hugely popular series strange and

Opinion: The move comes as a surprise, as Prue previously said Americans find the hugely popular series strange and

Opinion: The move comes as a surprise, as Prue previously said Americans find the hugely popular series strange and “cannot understand”

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