‘Great British Baking Show': Paul Hollywood, Prue Leith on Why It Would Be a ‘Great Mistake’ to Give Up That Pesky Tent

‘Great British Baking Show': Paul Hollywood, Prue Leith on Why It Would Be a ‘Great Mistake’ to Give Up That Pesky Tent
The Great British Baking Show” debuts its ninth collection on Netflix Friday. Ahead of the return of the U.K. competition series that features amateur bakers whipping up masterpieces — or epic fails — TheWrap spoke with “Gbbs” judges Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith about why the show must take place inside a tent, despite how many challenges that factor poses to contestants just trying to nail a recipe.

“It’s not! It’s not horrible! We’re in a tent!” Hollywood replied when we told him it looks pretty horrible sometimes. “I mean, we’re British. We like a challenge. And I think ultimately, it tends to take you back to nature. If you’re camping, you’re in nature, aren’t you? You’re surrounded with beautiful scenery and you’ve got gorgeous views, you’re in the middle of a woods. You don’t want to be stuck in
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