Great British Bake Off fans in tears after ‘showstoppers’ exit ‘Unnecessarily upsetting’

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Lizzie Acker bid farewell on the Great British Bake Off 2021 during tonight’s episode but to the viewer’s shock. Fans of the Channel 4 programme flocked to social media and shared their despair over the judges’ decision.

The 28-year-old from Liverpool said she was “proud” to use her final showstopper to pay homage to special educational needs (SEN).

The bakers had to create one dairy-free bake, one gluten-free and a vegan dish as part of Tuesday’s challenges.

Fans were left gutted for Lizzie after she produced an incredible showstopper bake for free-from week.

Taking to social media, viewers fumed over Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith’s decision to eliminate Lizzie.

Twitter user, Melon penned: “@lizzieacker_I’m so genuinely upset that you’ve gone. You felt like the representation I never get on telly. your talent is out of this world and your soul, aura and spirit are beautiful, unique and so special. Can’t wait to see what you do next angel!”

Cheeky sausage commented: “Losing Lizzie tonight was unnecessarily upsetting.”

Fibro Queen remarked: “Granted I’ve had an emotional year, but this made me cry. Bless Lizzie, definitely a kindred spirit.”

“Oh, Lizzie. You’re breaking my heart,” Lotts added.

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Shan penned: “Having a little cry about losing @lizzieacker_ from #GBBO it’s amazing how invested one gets in this little baking show. Lizzie, you did yourself proud.”

Speaking after her elimination, a tearful Lizzie said: “I feel really proud of myself, I’m really happy…it was an amazing experience.”

She added to judge Paul: “I am proud, it’s happy tears. I can’t wait to go home and walk my dogs!”

The baker has since taken to Instagram and shared a farewell message, in view of her 22,000 followers.


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Lizzie said: “Wow this has been the biggest rollercoaster of my life so far. Like I said I won Bake off in my mind as I finally got finesse.

“I learned so much off such an amazing group of people that are truly some of the nicest people I’ve ever met. Seeing them for only an hour a week doesn’t do them justice.

“I am made up to leave on a bake that means so much to me and that I am so proud of.”

She continued: “I can honestly say I have never truly been proud of myself, I have never got good grades or done anything that I have been like, ‘wow I did that’ until this cake (which is really sad like).

“Thank god for beauty blenders. Thanks for all the support and lovely messages. Hopefully, you can join my anti-finesse movement?”

Bake Off contestant Tom replied: “I am so proud of you! A beautiful message to match a beautiful showstopper!”

Lizzie’s co-star Crystelle added: “I AM SO PROUD OF YOU AM I CRYING SO MUCH. You are an incredible soul and your showstopper was magical. Love you forever.”

Meanwhile, fans also applauded Lizzie this week after she spoke out about her Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) – a condition that affects people’s behaviour.

Next week remaining bakers Jurgen, Giuseppe, Crystelle and Chigs compete in the semi-final, which will be patisserie week.

Great British Bake Off airs on Tuesdays at 8pm on Channel 4.

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