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Noel Fielding picks up his famous GBBO shirts from the dry cleaners

Daily Mail logo Daily Mail 11/04/2022 Bethan Edwards For Mailonline

He is known for his colourful and wild patterned shirts on The Great British Bake Off

And Noel Fielding made sure they were freshly pressed ready for the iconic tent as he picked up his famous shirts from the dry cleaners on Monday.

The presenter, 48, looked delighted as he exited the launderette, tucking the clean clothes under his arm. 

The actor carried a selection of shirts on hangers, notably the Mickey Mouse shirt he wore on the hit Channel 4 show.

The comedian cut a casual figure sporting a long black jacket, blue skinny jeans and a pair of boots.

Noel left his long black tresses down and added a pair of sunglasses on top of his head for the low key outing. 

While walking home he threw a magazine and the dry cleaning over his shoulder to allow him to enjoy a coffee. 

Noel's outing follows after he has recently been hosting Bake Off for Stand Up To Cancer alongside Matt Lucas.

In last week's episode, things looked a little different as Matt filled in for a celeb who pulled out alongside, Annie Mac, Example and  Ed Gamble.

The four competed in the tent in the hope to impress Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith as the celebs raised money for charity. 

Noel's outing follows after he has recently been hosting Bake Off for Stand Up To Cancer alongside Matt Lucas [right] and judges Paul Hollywood [left] and Prue Leith © Provided by Daily Mail Noel's outing follows after he has recently been hosting Bake Off for Stand Up To Cancer alongside Matt Lucas [right] and judges Paul Hollywood [left] and Prue Leith

Last month saw Emma Willis create a phallic-shaped biscuit for the special.


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Prue and Paul challenged the celebrities, including Alex Horne, Blake Harrison and Clara Amfo, to make animal-shaped biscuits.

The former Big Brother host, 46, decided to cook Viennese elephant biscuits topped with icing and white chocolate. 

Cheeky: Viewers were left in stitches last month watching GBBO as Emma Willis created phallic-shaped biscuits for the Stand Up To Cancer special © Provided by Daily Mail Cheeky: Viewers were left in stitches last month watching GBBO as Emma Willis created phallic-shaped biscuits for the Stand Up To Cancer special Oops: Matt said: 'Now you call these elephants,' with Emma responding 'What do you call them?' © Provided by Daily Mail Oops: Matt said: 'Now you call these elephants,' with Emma responding 'What do you call them?'

However, as Emma was piping the mixture on to a baking tray, comedian and show presenter Matt Lucas questioned the shape of her biscuit design. 

Matt said: 'Now you call these elephants,' with Emma responding 'What do you call them?' 

Matt replied: 'They don’t only remind me of elephants' as Emma said they would once she had added the finishing touches.

She said: 'Once I put eyes on it, it's gonna look like an elephant.'

And viewers were quick to comment on the unique biscuits.

One said: 'Why is Emma Willis making willies on SUFC bake off?'

Another fan commented: 'Emma Willis making 'elephants' on Bake Off. I can’t with this episode already.'

The official Bake Off Twitter account was also quick to jump on the gag tweeting: 'Nice, erm, trunk' and an edited picture of Dumbo.

Willy great: The former Big Brother host, 46, decided to cook Viennese elephant biscuits topped with icing and white chocolate © Provided by Daily Mail Willy great: The former Big Brother host, 46, decided to cook Viennese elephant biscuits topped with icing and white chocolate Read more
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