‘Is he okay!?’ Bake Off’s Noel Fielding sparks health concern as he suddenly disappears mid-show with illness leaving Matt Lucas to host solo

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On Tuesday evening, Noel Fielding suddenly disappeared through the Great British Bake Off.

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The 48-year-old comedian caused concern among the audience when he was unexpectedly absent with a mysterious illness, leaving 47-year-old Matt Lucas to host alone for the last 10 minutes as amateur bakers presented their showstoppers. .

Fans of the BBC Baking Contest also noted with concern that Noel was missing from the trailer clip for next week’s episode.

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where has he gone? On Tuesday evening, Noel Fielding, 48, suddenly disappeared through the Great British Bake Off

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Co-host Matt Lucas told the audience: ‘Okay Bakers, Noel is feeling a little under the weather, but we’re going to move on…’ as he took on solo duties.

Viewers immediately took to Twitter to express their concern over Noel’s well-being, with one person writing: ‘Now I can’t focus on the showstoppers?? !! Where is Noel, is he okay??!! #GBBO.’

‘Oh Noel looked extra pale on #GBBO and now they’ve said he’s not well. Hope #NoelFielding is okay?’ Tweeted another.

‘Is Noel okay? Why was he not on the bakeoff this weekend?’ One viewer asked another: ‘Is Noel okay despite #GBBO.’

Co-Host: Comedian sparked concern among viewers when he was unexpectedly absent with a mysterious illness, leaving 47-year-old Matt Lucas to host alone

Co-Host: Comedian sparked concern among viewers when he was unexpectedly absent with a mysterious illness, leaving 47-year-old Matt Lucas to host alone

Show must go on: Co-host Matt Lucas tells audience: 'Okay Bakers, Noel is feeling a little under the weather, but we're going to move on...' as he took on solo duties

Show must go on: Co-host Matt Lucas tells audience: ‘Okay Bakers, Noel is feeling a little under the weather, but we’re going to move on…’ as he took on solo duties

Someone else joked: ‘Noel is throwing his guts outside the tent after some dodgy cakes but we’re going to move on… #gbbo.’

‘Noel has gone to lie down in the crypt under the bake off tent. #gbbo,’ joked another fan of the show.

One viewer tweeted: ‘I didn’t see #noel in the clip next week? #GBBO sooooooo is she okay?’ With someone else adding: ‘Wait will Noel be on next week’s Bake Off because he wasn’t in the promo at all?’

MailOnline has contacted Channel 4 for comment.

Concern: Viewers quickly took to Twitter to express their concern over Noel's well-being

Concern: Viewers quickly took to Twitter to express their concern over Noel’s well-being

The German Week episode proved to be a disaster for Freya as she became the latest person to be evicted from the tent on Tuesday.

In a shock to spectators and contestants, Italian baker Giuseppe was crowned star baker, set to come out on top, beating stiff competition from Jurgen.

After Matt announces Freya’s fate, the 19-year-old, the show’s first vegetarian baker, burst into tears and is comforted by her fellow contestants.

This week, the remaining bakers were tasked with impressing the judges with their delicious German bakes, with the signature challenge of the first round asking them to make 24 German biscuits.

Oh no!  Fans of the BBC Baking Contest also noted with concern that Noel was missing from the trailer clip for next week's episode.

Oh no! Fans of the BBC Baking Contest also noted with concern that Noel was missing from the trailer clip for next week’s episode.

While the technical challenge proved difficult for everyone, as they had to prepare the eight-layer Prince Regent Chocolate Cake.

But it was the ultimate showstopper challenge in which he had to make a yeast leaven cake, which Freya came up with Paul and Prue nonchalantly and called her wine-soaked fruity cakes ‘dough’ and ‘under-baked’, with a lot more flour than toppings. Was.

After her exit, Yorkshire native Freya said participating was the “best experience of my life” before adding how proud she was of her achievements because of her “lack of experience” with baking.

While Paul also remarked that with the extra arduous task of producing such a small and vegan bake, he should be proud that he made it to the fifth week, considering he did an amazing job.

Farewell: The first German week of the Great British Bake Off turns out to be a disaster for Freya as she becomes the latest person to be evicted from the tent

Farewell: The first German week of the Great British Bake Off turns out to be a disaster for Freya as she becomes the latest person to be evicted from the tent

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