GBBO viewers love David Schwimmer, Jesse Nelson has been slammed for mispronouncing macarons
David Schwimmer and Jesse Nelson Competed in Stand Up To’s Celebrity Bake Off cancer On Sunday, though, viewers continued to love one over the other.
In the first round of the charity edition, actor David, 56, was branded a “legend” by his fans as he competed in a famous tent to raise money for cancer treatment that previously affected his family. rice field.
The Friends star admitted he had very “low expectations” for his cooking skills because he “doesn’t bake bread,” but David seemed to surprise himself throughout the show. bottom.
Competing with former Little Mix singer Jessie, comedian Rose Matafeo, and actor Tom Davis, the celebrities were tasked with baking 6 delicious pies, 6 delicious macaroons, and a 3D meringue for a celebrity fail scene.
After each round, David won every challenge, including the Star Baker Award, and earned the coveted Hollywood Handshake by the judges. Paul Hollywood.
David admits before baking: My friends and family are so excited for me. They are big fans of the show.
“I don’t bake bread every day, or even every year. My expectations are very low, so I think I’ll do really well for myself.”
Fans couldn’t contain their excitement when they showed off their showstopper at a charity show and joked with the other contestants.
One said, “David Schwimmer is what Bake Off is all about and more!” Another wrote: “Living for #GBBO’s David Schwimmer is the best!”
A third added, “British Bake Off’s David Schwimmer is literally everything I dreamed of and more.”
Charity: David Schwimmer was branded a “Legend” by his fans after winning the Star Baker Award for attending Stand Up to Cancer’s Celebrity Bake-Off on Sunday.
‘I can’t be with her’: Meanwhile, former Little Mix singer Jessie, 31, has been repeatedly criticized for making a mistake while trying to bake bread at a Channel 4 charity show. rice field.
“I absolutely love David Schwimmer on this show. What a legend he is #GBBO.”
“Thanks to David Schwimmer for shaking my hand, my night was one of the best. Looks like a really wholesome dude,” added the fifth.
On the charity baking show, David opened up about the impact cancer has had on his family and said he was “grateful” to be able to raise some money.
He explains: I lost my grandmother to cancer, my daughter lost her grandmother to cancer, and my sister is a cancer survivor, so it’s important to me.
“I am grateful that I can help raise awareness even just a little.”
Meanwhile, former Little Mix singer Jessie, 31, was repeatedly criticized for making a mistake while trying to bake bread at a Channel 4 charity show.
Viewers quickly took to Twitter after seeing famous tent celebrities call out Jesy for mispronouncing macarons.
One said: “Ha…stupid Essex lady. Say macarons…how ridiculous.”
“David Shwimmer is just about everything and more”: Viewers went wild for David giving the coveted Hollywood handshake during the charity show.
Another poster wrote:
A third commented, “I can’t be with her. I’m a seam #jesynelson #StandUpToCancer’.
Even Bake Off’s official social media accounts shared a post “clarifying” the difference between macaroons and macaroons.
While baking and spreading the pastries, Jessie said:
Prue said, “It doesn’t look like he knows what he’s doing.”
The singer quickly replied: “This is my technique. This is terrible, you can help me. I really wanted to shake your hand, but you didn’t.”
Later in the show while making the showstopper, Jessie admitted that she didn’t know how to separate the eggs when trying to make the meringue.
The show, the first in a new series of popular baking shows aimed at raising critical funds to fund cancer research and support services, is a special celebrity edition.
‘I’m a seam’: Viewers quickly took to Twitter after seeing famous tent celeb call out Jesse for mispronouncing macarons
Clarification: Even Bake Off’s official social media accounts shared a post “clarifying” the difference between macaroons and macaroons