Mark Lutton, Bake Off’s eliminated baker reacts to exit in a powerful message

The eliminated contestant of the latest episode of The Great British Bake Off has opened about his emotional departure in a message. Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith were judging the episode, which aired on Tuesday on October 27, on Channel 4. They were judging three grueling rounds of the bakers.

It was the first every Japanese Week on the reality competition where the chefs showed their baking skills in Japanese style. At the end of the episode, Mark Lutton did not impress the judge with his cake. Prue Leith called his Kawaii style Showstopper cake a disaster. And later on, he was sent home.

Mark Lutton’s Message

When Mark was on air he stated that he had a feeling that it would be his last day on the show. He continued that he could not have asked for more in this show. After the episode aired on TV, Bake Off released a beautiful letter from this week’s eliminated contestant, Mark. When fans read this letter, they became more emotional.

In the message, Mark looked back and talked about spending his summer in the baking show. He added that he is proud of all the eleven bakers of the show. Mark also expressed that it was one of his happiest experiences of his life to live, laugh, and bake together. He felt honored to get to know these amazing people.

Besides, he also thanked Prue and Paul for encouraging him and to his fans, who brought a little bit of joy during the crucial time of the year. You can check out the complete tweet from the official about the Bake Off show below.

The episodes of The Great British Bake Off airs every Tuesdays on Channel 4 around 8 pm. If you have missed this week’s episode, then you can catch the episode on Netflix on Friday, October 30. You can also check out Bake Off: An Extra Slice, presented by Tom Allen and Jo Brand, which airs every Friday on Channel 4.

Final Words

It is disheartening to see our favorite contestant Mark leaving the show. Viewers are also sad because he left before the upcoming 80s Week. His dish wasn’t up to the mark, but his cake at least wasn’t obliterated by Paul too. His farewell letter gave relief to his fans that he loved and enjoyed being part of the show. His journey ended in the Bake Off, but he has many other opportunities waiting for him in the future. 

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