GBBO Contestants’ Celebrity Lookalikes
PUBLISHED: 08:00 10 August 2015 | UPDATED: 11:24 10 August 2015
After star baker Marie was compared to Rod Stewart this week, we couldn’t help but spot that many of the other contestants shared some spooky similarities with celebrities too…
We think Alvin, a 37 year old nurse from Berkshire, is the spitting image of world champion boxer Manny Pacquiao, so should we be expecting a knock-out in the Bake Off tent from Alvin this year?
She might have been compared to Rod Stewart, but we think 66 year old Marie looks more like Wendolene from Wallace and Gromit!
Sandy, a 49 year old child welfare officer from Bradford, could easily be mistaken for the Great British Bake Off’s very own Mel Giedroyc!
We couldn’t help but compare professional musician Stu with fellow trilby-wearing musician Justin Timberlake. We just hope poor Stu hasn’t been crying a river over his short-lived Bake Off career!
When we first saw London fire-fighter Mat on our screens, we nearly mistook him for Bristolian comedian and actor, Stephen Merchant. What do you think?
Could househusband and Dalai Lama’s personal photographer Ian be actor Nigel Havers’ long-lost twin?
We think Nadiya deserves a Blue Peter badge for being former TV presenter Konnie Huq’s best lookalike.
Paul has been described as Great British Bake Off Judge, Paul Hollywood’s ‘Crimewatch E-fit’, but we disagree. Paul could definitely give Mr Hollywood a run for his money in the looks department!
With her blonde hair and blue eyes, bodybuilding Lithuanian Ugne could easily be mistaken for fellow Essex neighbour and TV presenter Denise Van Outen.
Flora caused quite a debate is the office - does she look like actresses Emma Stone or Emma Watson? We finally settled with Emma Stone but the issue is still up for debate!
29 year old, trainee anaesthetist Tamal from Manchester definitely has a dose of Slumdog Millionaire’s Dev Patel in him.
We bet Lenny Kravitz lookalike Dorret, thought her #GBBO chances were ruined after her Black Forest gateau disaster. But have no fear, ‘It Ain’t Over ‘Til It’s Over’ Dorret!