CELEBRITY Bake Off fans were majorly distracted by Annie Mac during the latest episode of the Stand Up 2 Cancer special.
In the showstopper challenge, the celebs were tasked with making identical raspberry donuts, which involved getting the dough the right consistency by kneading it.
Annie was pretty keen to be “nedding” her dough and let everyone know, which put a smile on host Noel Fielding’s face.
“Word on the street is that instead of kneading dough you keep saying ‘nedding’ dough,” he told her.
Annie quickly defended herself: “Just because I don’t know the baking lingo.”
Noel assured her: “In my opinion, it’s an upgrade. Don’t let anyone else tell you otherwise.”
Viewers watching at home got a kick out of Annie’s unique pronunciation.
“Wait, Annie Mac pronounces ‘kneading’ ‘nedding’?” asked one bewildered fan on Twitter.
Another added alongside a gif of The Simpsons’ Ned Flanders: “Annie Mac nedding dough.”
And a third wrote: “Annie Mac is as chaotic as can be, love it!”
Despite being unprepared for the show, Matt won the first task, making Arsenal-themed cookies.
Some might say he fared even better in the next round, as Paul dished out his coveted Hollywood handshake to his colleague.
Fellow judge Prue Leith even tried to push Paul’s hand out of the way, but eventually gave in and Matt looked delighted.
Matt even bagged top spot in the technical challenge as he made donuts with jam inside and red icing.
Annie MacManuspopularly known as Annie Mac, is a 43-year-old Irish DJ, broadcaster and writer.
She hosted a variety of shows on BBC Radio 1, such as BBC Switch and Future Sounds.
She also DJed in various locations, including hosting her AMP Lost and Found venues in places like Ibiza.
Annie recently stepped down from her BBC Radio 1 gig to spend more time with her family.
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