You may have come back Great British Baking Show In this season, hopefully the quirky undertones and troubling stories about avocados will help ease your mind and soul and find yourself sorely disappointed. Perhaps disoriented by the transition of the monarchy, the show seems to lean more toward chaos. This week, I’m not pleased to see hosts Noel Fielding and Matt Lucas not sombreros to announce an ominous-sounding “Mexican week,” where a handful of white Britons taste and appreciate some purported Mexican barbecue. Meanwhile, judge Prue Leith decided this season would be a great time to release a memoir in which she recounts the drowning of a bag of newborn kittens when she was 11 years old at the request of her mother. Teacher. Needless to say, I no longer feel comforted by her chunky necklaces.
However, not all chaos is bad. I realized that this season’s contestants included an absolute: Sandro Farmhouse.
Sandro is causing a stir GBBS community of fans, who are (understandably) pretty hot for him. I can understand why. Personally, I’m waiting for the season to end so I can spend a future winter weekend watching all the episodes in one sitting knitting scarves, but that doesn’t stop me from stumbling across one. Sandro’s eye-catching selfie. Let’s witness:
According to his bio on GBBS website, Sandro is a part-time nanny who runs virtual baking classes for children with autism. His last name literally means Farmhouse, which reminds me of a vivid fantasy of this man baking bread for me in a converted barn somewhere in the English countryside. He seems to be “passionate about fitness”, which explains his general physique.
However, it doesn’t explain his decision to wear tight tees and that Gold chains, two famous sexy clothes do not belong anywhere near a bag of powder. His skin often flushes in the light of thousands of suns – or maybe just sweats while filming in a tent in the summer. He has some artistically layered gold jewelry, and he can even take off that delicate little ring.
Whoever runs the show’s Twitter account seems to agree:
As a bonus, here’s Sandro with one of the show’s other contestants and resident celebrity, Rebs:
If the term “soggy bottom” is any indication, Great British Baking Show has a generally non-gender vibe, so you can imagine how jarring it is to see this tattoo full of tattoos, Men wear necklaces here, everywhere. Sincerely, those aprons are not designed to hold pecs.
But Sandro and his pecs made it to episode four, aka Mexican week. While I question his choice to honor, um, Mexico by Stick a mustache on a colorful tres llies cake, he was, unfortunately, far ahead of the only contestant to show cultural insensitivity. All in all, he seems pretty talented, so hopefully he’ll try to make some less offensive desserts. Insert a double invite about his cookies here.
This article has been updated.
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