Probably the most bold crossover occasion in historical past
Two of probably the most charming reveals on the market are coming collectively for a crossover episode that’s sure to have each stunning bakes and bountiful slang from throughout the UK.
In a New 12 months’s particular known as the Nice Festive Bake Off, the solid of Derry Women — the wickedly humorous Channel four sitcom concerning the on a regular basis exploits of awkward Catholic schoolgirls (and one token boy) in Northern Eire within the ‘90s — will head to the long-lasting Nice British Bake Off tent, Channel four and Derry Women solid member Nicola Coughlan introduced on Twitter. Helped (or hindered) by Noel and Sandi, as common, the actors who play Erin (Saoirse-Monica Jackson), Clare (Coughlan), Michelle (Jamie-Lee O’Donnell), James (Dylan Llewellyn), and Sister Michael (Siobhan McSweeney) will compete towards one another to impress Paul and Prue with the very best bakes within the hopes of profitable Star Baker.
The particular will air on Channel four within the U.Okay. on New 12 months’s Day, and in keeping with Coughlan, additionally within the U.S. sooner or later TBA. Till that date is introduced, American followers of GBBO and Derry Women — the Venn diagram of which is principally a circle — will simply should dream about all of the baking challenges that could be issued on this episode: a festive Irish soda bread, or maybe extra nun-shaped choux religieuses?
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