GBBO's Prue Leith and Paul Hollywood show off their dancing skills as they join Sandi Toksvig and Noel Fielding to recreate East 17's Stay Another Day
They're set to return to screens for a festive Great British Bake Off special.
And Paul Hollywood, Prue Leith, Sandi Toksvig and Noel Fielding truly threw themselves into the Christmas spirit as they recreated East 17’s Stay Another Day.
The quartet were clad in oversized white coats with fur-lined hoods to mimic the original 1994 music video.
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Loving life: Paul Hollywood, Prue Leith, Sandi Toksvig and Noel Fielding truly threw themselves into the Christmas spirit as they recreated East 17’s Stay Another Day
Channelling the likes of John Hendy, Terry Coldwell, Brian Harvey and Tony Mortimer, the Bake Off family pulled a variety of the group's iconic poses as they sang along.
The quartet no doubt performed in honour of East 17’s own Tony, who makes a cameo appearance in the show.
The Great Festive Bake Off airs New Year’s Day at 7.40pm.
Bit of all white! The quartet were clad in oversized white coats with fur-lined hoods to mimic the original 1994 music video
Originals: John Hendy, Terry Coldwell, Brian Harvey and Tony Mortimer had starred in the 1994 East 17 music video to Stay Another Day
Meanwhile, the quartet recently enjoyed a Christmas meal together, and with two of Britain’s top cooks around the table, you might expect a showstopper of a Christmas lunch.
But instead, the quartet enjoyed a rather more humble meal, sipping wine served in tumblers.
Despite the culinary expertise on offer, it was comedian Sandi who rustled up the lunch, which consisted of roast duck, tenderstem broccoli, red cabbage and roast potatoes.
Dressed to impress: The Great British Bake Off team were the spitting image of East 17
And the lack of grandeur or Michelin-style presentation did not seem to bother the so-called ‘Gang of Four’, who smiled for the camera surrounded by full plates, crackers and bottles of wine.
Prue posted the photo on social media with the caption: ‘Christmas comes early to the Gang of Four. Sandi makes a mean roast duck.’, while Sandi joked: ‘Just yer average December Sunday lunch guests.’
Paul, who announced recently that he has separated from his wife of 19 years, Alexandra Hollywood, wrote: ‘Early Christmas dinner with the Gang of Four.’
Back together: The Great British Bake Off quartet were reunited for a festive dinner on Sunday as Sandi Taksvig shared a snap with Noel Fielding, Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith
Swap your Christmas jumper for Noel's striped knit by Lazy Oaf
Noel Fielding and the rest of the Great British Bake Off gang have reunited for Christmas. So many festive Noel puns, so little time...
His individual sense of style was undoubtedly one of our favourite things about this year's GBBO, and in the course of the series he wore labels like Bella Freud, Coach, Paul Smith and Kenzo.
One brand that he turned to several times was Lazy Oaf, so it's no surprise that this pink and black striped knit is one of theirs. We love the oversized fit, high neck and bold block stripes. There's even a little patch on the back that says 'we have nothing in common'. Click (right) to buy it now.
Or if Fairisle and novelty knits aren't for you, why not read between the lines in one of the striped jumpers we've picked out for you in the edit below?
This little piggy went to dinner! Prue also tweeted of Paul enjoying a 'marzipan pig', which he had won for ‘finding the whole almond in Sandi’s Danish Rice Pudding'
In a later post, Paul was seen holding up a ‘marzipan pig’ made by Fielding, which he had won for ‘finding the whole almond in Sandi’s Danish Rice Pudding’.
Three more places were visible at the table, and although it seems possible that they were occupied by Prue's husband, Sandy’s wife and Noel’s girlfriend, this is not clear.
The dynamic foursome were reunited ahead of the Bake Off Christmas Special, which will see some of the shows favourites return to the coveted tent to produce some festive treats.
Back in the tent: The reunion came ahead of the Great British Bake Off Christmas special, which will see eight old favourites return to the tent to cook festive treats
Fan favourite Selasi Gbormittah will join Beca Lyne-Pirkis, Paul Jagger and Val Stones for the first episode, while the second will feature Benjamina Ehuehi, Rav Bansal, Rob Billington and Sandy Docherty.
The bakers will take on a host of Christmas challenges that will leave fans watering after their Christmas dinner, with Paul and Prue once again taking on judging duties.
The Great British Bake Off Christmas Special will air on Christmas Day at 7:40pm and New Year's Day at 7:40pm on Channel 4.
Dynamic duo: Paul and Prue will return once again to judge the festive proceedings, in two specials on Christmas Day and New Year's Day
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