Group Photo of Bakers in the Tent (L to R (back) James, Sandro, Maxy, Kevin, Abdul (front) Carole (pink/purple hair), Maisam, Syabira, Rebs, Dawn, William, Janusz)

It was crunch time on The Great British Bake Off as the contestants took on Biscuit Week for the second Bake Off theme.

For the Signature Challenge it was all about illusion macaroons, while the Technical saw the Great British Bake Off 2022 line-up having to make garibaldi biscuits.

Finally, it was time for the Showstopper, which was a 3D mask made entirely from biscuits. But, while one contestant really shone and became this week’s Star Baker, one baker crumbled under the pressure, spelling an end to their Bake Off journey.

So, who left Bake Off in Week 2?

Read on for everything you need to know about the eliminated Bake Off contestants from Week 1 and 2.

Who left the Great British Bake Off in Week 2?

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Maisam was the second contestant to be eliminated from season 13.

“I think I am definitely feeling proud as I am only 18 so this is not the end of my baking journey  – this is where it starts,” she said upon her exit.

“I have learned so much from being in the tent! This experience has been a complete learning journey that taught me so much from new baking skills and tips to actually challenging myself to bake in an unfamiliar baking environment.

“I can definitely say that this experience has been life-changing because it has taught me to dream bigger and never underestimate baking because it can definitely take you places.”

Who left the Great British Bake Off in Week 1?

Will failed to win over Paul and Prue with his creations
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Unfortunately, Will was the first contestant to be eliminated from Bake Off this year.

“Somebody has got to go first and obviously I am disappointed but I am proud to have made it,” he said following his exit.

“Yeah, I am alright. There is obviously a lovely bunch of people that I have met, and I have got an experience that I can definitely talk about and share. I am proud of that.”

Prue told him: “Honestly, Will, you should just feel proud of yourself.”

“Well done, Will!” Paul added.

Speaking of his experience on the show, Will continued: “I learnt from my experience in the tent that baking can be hard work but rewarding! Well I wasn’t there long but I would say that my best moment was Noel’s reaction of my home cake! My worst moment had to be… Italian meringue buttercream.”

The Great British Bake Off airs on Channel 4 on Tuesdays at 8pm. Looking for something else to watch? Check out our TV Guide or visit our dedicated Entertainment hub for the latest news.

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