The patterns of the Great British Bake Off “prohibit older applicants to the program this year due to a coronavirus”

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The patterns of the Great British Bake Off prohibit competitors older to participate in the show this year due to a coronavirus

The Great British Bake Off would be forbidden for competitors older to compete due to the coronavirus.

The show Channel 4 has a proud tradition of inviting a range of ages and diverse candidates to compete, many of which have more than 60 years.

But this year’s series will be that of the bakers more young people who are considered to be less vulnerable to the pandemic, reports the Sun.

Changes: Great British Bake Off will not allow the young competitors to compete this year due to the coronavirus

Insiders have told the publication that the bosses were afraid that a competitor will not fall sick during the filming of the hit show.

This would mean that the production should stop, which could cost millions of pounds.

A source said: “there is a real sense of urgency to put the next series of Bake Off in the box, given that it is one of the biggest draws of Channel 4.

Former champion: Nancy Birthwhistle, who was 60 years old when she won the crown in 2014, is the oldest winner of the show

Former champion: Nancy Birthwhistle, who was 60 years old when she won the crown in 2014, is the oldest winner of the show

“This means that the grans and dads of the nation were judged too much of a risk. The competitors of the Bake-offs are often at the heart of the issue.

“Val,” who would listen to ” cupcakes to know if they were facts, and the rapper in his seventies, Flo became the favorite. “

One of the moments in the most classic of the show was courtesy of the candidate-old Diana Beard, involved in the scandal of Baked Alaska-gate in 2014.

Iconic: Diane Beard has been involved in the drama Baked Alaska 2014

Blow of heart of the fans: Val Stones is one of the bakers, the most popular of the show

Fan-favorite: Diane Beard (left) and Val Stones (right) are among the bakers of the most popular on the show

All the actors and the team of the show this year will have to be put in quarantine together, because the judge, Prue Leith, aged 80, was denied insurance.

But Channel 4 was eager to move forward and ensure that the series arrives on our screens in its niche usual the end of August.

The comedian Matt Lucas join the host team this year, alongside Noel Fielding after that Sandi Toksvig was removed earlier this year.

New faces: Matt Lucas will take over from Sandi Toksvig in the tent

New faces: Matt Lucas will take over from Sandi Toksvig in the tent

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