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Sandro Farmhouse has admitted that he could see himself returning to the Great British Bake Off in the future.
The TV chef and content creator, who rose to fame on the Channel 4 show last year, has spoken out since he stormed his way to the 2022 final.
Speaking exclusively with Express.co.uk, Sandro was asked whether he’d want to be a future baking judge like Paul Hollywood.
“Yeah, of course. I would love to,” he revealed.
“I will say I’m a somewhat of a cake expert. So I can fill those shoes one day I’ve got I think I’ve got a few years to come before I can even do that.”
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He then added: “I’d prefer to be a host, actually. You can just talk a little bit a bit more.”
This year the Great British Bake Off saw a new host take over from comedian Matt Lucas. ITV’s Alison Hammond stepped in and Sandro is already a big fan of her.
“Alison’s great. I mean, she’s so funny. She brings a different dynamic to the show,” he said.
“I love that they have more diversity on the hosting judging panel as well. She is a woman, she’s a black woman.”
Born in Angola and raised by his mother in East London, Sandro spent three years working as a nanny before he entered Bake Off.
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He’s baked cakes for Little Mix and the rapper Stormzy, and worked with brands such as Google and Asda.
Since his stint on Bake Off, Sandro has launched a new initiative designed to empower families with children on the autism spectrum.
Through an online baking course and letterbox baking package, the programme aims to help create moments for autistic children to connect with their parents.
Sandro currently still lives in East London.
The Great British Bake Off resumes on Tuesday 10 October at 8pm on Channel 4.
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