Noel Fielding came to the rescue on The Great British Bake Off as the pressure got to Laura during Japanese Week.
Laura was trying her best to put icing onto her kawaii-inspired cake but struggled to get it just right.
As things got too much Laura became upset and teared up.
Luckily Noel, wearing another incredible jumper, spotted she was upset and came over for a quiet word to try and get her back on track.
He said: ‘Laura, you okay? I don’t know why you’re so upset, I think that looks pretty neat.’
Laura replied: ‘I think it’s the pressure and because I did so bad yesterday.’
The host went on: ‘I honestly don’t think that looks bad. Just keep going, you got loads of time as well.’
Feeling better, Laura righted herself and said ‘Okay, we can do this’ before cracking on with the showstopper challenge.
And it turned out she did better than she thought as she was saved from going home.
Instead it was Mark who got the chop when his showstopper turned out to be a ‘disaster’.
‘I thought it was my time tonight,’ Mark reflected, before insisting: ‘They’re happy tears as well because I’ve made it to week six of Bake Off.’
He added: ‘I’ve made some amazing friends,’ before pointing out: ‘It’s been brilliant from start to finish, it really has.’
Fans particularly enjoyed his banter with fellow baker Lottie Bedlow as they both had the same idea for their steamed buns.
For the technical challenge Mark and Lottie used beef, onions and gherkins (or not in Paul Hollywood’s case) for their burger inspired bakes, and jokingly told each other to ‘burger off’.
‘We’ve been saving that all week’ Lottie quipped.
The Great British Bake Off airs Tuesdays at 8pm on Channel 4.
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