It's fair to say that GBBO's departure from the BBC has sent shockwaves across the globe.

It's become a cultural institution for some and, not surprisingly, it has more than a few famous fans - one of them being Anna Kendrick, who was on last night's Graham Norton with Daniel Radcliffe and her Trolls co-star, Justin Timberlake.

Kendrick pretty much nailed what everyone else is thinking about the situation - namely that Mel, Sue and Mary Berry were right to stay put and screw Paul Hollywood for going with them because nobody likes him or his bread.

Timberlake, on the other hand, was more than a little perplexed by the whole thing and didn't get the fascination with it, but that's probably because Justin Timberlake hasn't tasted a carb in about twenty years and probably forgot out how good they are.

His loss, really.

So, first show back, how'd it go? Pretty great, to be honest. Norton hasn't changed the formula up all that much because, well, why should he? It's been working for him so far and it isn't showing any signs of getting stale.

Not only that, when you have guests like Robbie Williams fully prepared to talk about getting handjobs in front of US celebrities who are used to very clean, family-friendly interviews, it's always a larf. Kendrick looked genuinely shocked when that came up (heh), to be honest.

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