Competing in show three are Paralympic gold medallist Ellie Simmonds, television presenters Kirsty Wark and Julia Bradbury, and comedian Bob Mortimer. Fiercely competitive, albeit with varying abilities, it is all to play for as they tackle their way through the Signature (scones), Technical (eclairs), and Showstopper Bakes (novelty cakes). The Showstopper Bakes include Ellie's soldier sponge cake, Kirsty's Man of Hoy madeira, Julia's intensely Great British sponge, and Bob's lemon sponge Tube cake. In a closely fought episode, will consistency rule over a final flourish? Mary and Paul have a tough call to make.
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