Your shrill cries can indeed be heard.
August 31, 2016 by hellomagazine.com Great British Bake Off features Biscuit Week on the second episode on Wednesday.
The BBC explained that the popular comedian would be a no-show in the second episode of the new series, but did not give a reason as to why.
According to The Telegraph, Sue was absent from filming due to a family bereavement, but will be back next week.
This will be the first time in the show's six-year history that Mel has ever fronted it alone, and although some reports have hinted that the show was left in "crisis" by her absence, we have no doubt Paul's large, powerful hands held everything together.
Fans shouldn't be too disappointed as the perky and smiley host will still appear in the pre-recorded section of the show, in which she'll discover "the etiquette of dunking biscuits, from Victorian high society right back to Greek survival biscuits".
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"Sue wasn't able to join the team in the tent this week, but she's back next week", a spokesperson for the show confirmed.
Next week the bakers will be trying to impress Paul and Mary with their bread making skills but judging from the teaser for the episode, there's a lot of drama to come!
During the episode, a contestant sniffs the air in the iconic tent. "I think he brings so much to "Bake Off".
"There were four different bakers to choose from and they said, 'Which one would you like?' I told them it's not what I want it's what they and the viewers would like, so I got Paul Hollywood and I'm quite happy!"
The Great British Bake Off continues at 8pm on BBC One.