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Where is Liam Charles?

JUNIOR Bake Off sees young bakers, aged between 9 and 15, test their skills in the famous Bake Off tent.

But fans watching the new series will wonder where the judges are Liam Charles To be.

Liam Charles (left) is missing in Junior Bake Off

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Liam Charles (left) is missing in Junior Bake OffCredit: Channel 4 / Love Productions

Where is Liam Charles?

Fans who watched Junior Bake Off’s opening episode tonight (January 10, 2022) will realize that fan favorite Liam Charles has gone missing from the show.

Liam was actually sick when the first hot scenes were being filmed.

This means he will only be in half of the series.

Liam was a huge hit with viewers and was also the presenter of Bake Off: The Professionals for Channel 4.

Who replaced Liam Charles on Junior Bake Off?

An independent judge has been called in to replace Liam.

Lucky kids bakers were treated to Bake Off legend Paul Hollywood.

The Radio Times reports that he’s “pretty good with them”, although many of the piggy bank rolls – a technical challenge posed by fellow judge Ravneet Gill – look more like messy sandwiches than pink styrofoam rolls.

However, there were disturbances within the showstopper, with timing issues, burnt sponges and a few tears.

When will Liam Charles return to Junior Bake Off?

The first broadcast of Junior Bake Off will air at 5 pm on channel 4.

It is understood that he will return next week on January 17, 2022..

Meanwhile, you can follow missed episodes on All 4.

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