‘You cannot tell me that is a necklace!!’ Prue Leith wears a VERY rude fashion accessory during The Great Celebrity Bake Off For Stand Up To Cancer – and viewers are ALL saying the same thing
The baker, 83, is known for her quirky style combinations that often feature bright and bold colours and patterns.
And Sunday’s episode – which is in aid of Stand Up To Cancer – made no exception, as Prue made a vibrant impression in a leopard-print blazer and bright yellow top.
Judges Prue and Paul Hollywood stepped up to the plate as usual, while Noel Fielding was joined by Matt Lucas for the final time.
Gasp: The Great Celebrity Bake Off For Stand Up To Cancer viewers were left in shock after spotting Prue Leith’s very unusual necklace in Sunday’s episode
Bright colours: The baker and judge, 83, is known for her quirky clothing choices
Fans spotted Prue’s unusual necklace and were quick to make comparisons.
Flo said on Twitter: ‘You cannot tell me that is a necklace.’
Meanwhile Sean Peterson-Stocks commented: ‘I get the sentiment of @PrueLeith’s necklace, but is anyone else seeing something else?’
A user named Tasha then replied: ‘You mean it looks like a ball gag?’, while another said: ‘Does @PrueLeith realise she’s wearing a ball gag?’
And Prue was not the only one who attracted attention for her unusual choice of clothing.
In fact the judge had to help out Jesy Nelson when her long nails got in the way of her baking as she tried to style her meringue.
The Bake Off tweeted, alongside a picture of the singer struggling: ‘Our thoughts are with Jesy Nelson’s manicurist at this tough time.’
The celebrity special, in aid of Stand Up To Cancer, features a total of 20 well known faces who will all battle it out to be star baker.
Observant: Viewers were quick to tweet their reactions after spotting the fashion accessory
Charity: David Schwimmer and Jesy Nelson competed on Celebrity Bake Off for Stand Up To Cancer on Sunday
They include former Little Mix singer Jesy Nelson, New Zealand comedian Rose Matafeo, Loose Women’s Judi Love and Coleen Nolan, Olympian Tom Daley and reality star Gemma Collins.
Earlier this month, it was confirmed Alison Hammond would be the new host of The Great British Bake Off – replacing departing comic Matt Lucas.
The This Morning presenter, 48, will join comedian Noel Fielding when the Channel 4 show starts filming this summer.
Alison will make history as the first non-white host or judge in the programme’s 14-year history.