Ex Bake Off star slams the show and says the theme tune 'makes them feel sick' and they can't watch it

Ex Bake Off star slams the show and says the theme tune 'makes them feel sick' and they can't watch it

FORMER Bake Off star Ruby Tandoh says her dislike of the show is now so intense, even hearing the familiar theme tune makes her “feel sick”.

The 29-year-old cook appeared on the baking show in 2013 and famously fell out with judge Paul Hollywood afterwards – and she can no longer “have anything to do with it”.

Asked if she still watches it, Ruby said: “No, not at all. No, I can’t. I appreciate it as a show, I think the format is clearly compelling, but no. 

“When I hear the little song, the little jingle at the start, I feel sick. I can’t have anything to do with it, I’m afraid.”

During her time on the show there was speculation that Paul was flirting with her, but the pair later came to blows a number of times on Twitter – until he blocked her.

Among other insults Ruby branded Paul a “walking gammon joint” and a “peacocking man child”, but she say she has no regrets.

Speaking on the How To Fail podcast she admitted: “I don’t particularly lose sleep over that. I don’t think that he’s particularly hurt by that. I don’t think he’s very vulnerable to the judgment of others, so yeah, that I don’t feel too bad about.”

Shortly after appearing on the show, Ruby came out as bisexual and tweeted: “For those who thought I fancied Paul Hollywood or that I'd ever bang him to get ahead – JOKE'S ON YOU, YOU MASSIVE S**TTING MISOGYNISTS.”

Paul responded asking her: “Very happy for you Ruby… but why do you feel it necessary bringing me into your announcement?"

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