Great British Bake Off eliminated contestant Helena Garcia has slammed producers for editing out scenes.
Viewers of the hit Channel 4 baking show were shocked at the double elimination during the latest visit to the tent.
Fan favourites Helena Garcia and Michelle Evans-Fecci got the boot on Bake Off last night after falling to impress judges Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith.
The announcement came as a surprise as the contestants weren’t the only ones whose bakes had been slated by the baking experts.
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During last night’s episode, the bakers went back in time to the roaring twenties creating their very own 1920s-themed custard tarts before going on to create a two-tiered prohibit cake.
Halloween loving Helena has taken to social media to slam bake off bosses for cutting scenes.
She tweeted: “Just to clarify my monster tarts are used on the monster movies on the 20s and 30’s like King Kong or the Lost World. Not sure why they cut that out."
Fans rushed to social media to comfort the axed baker.
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One said: “Helena you were original, brilliant, hilarious. ‘They come to me because I am dead’ is my favourite GBBO line ever.”
Another added: “Totally on theme and magically bonkers, I'm in love with your baking.”
A third said: “You were robbed. Honestly thought you had enjoyed yourself that’s all that matters."
Helena left the tent alongside former Star Baker Michelle, despite winning the Technical challenge.
During her departure interview, Helena said: "I wanted to have the experience of a lifetime and I really got it.
"I got to half way and it was a double elimination, so although bittersweet to leave it was really lovely to go with Michelle who was in exactly the same situation.
Michelle added: "I got halfway through, I never imagined that. I never set myself a goal of how far I could get, so halfway was amazing.
"I was just so happy to get into the tent. We are the best of friends and on the phone all the time."
Great British Bake Off continues on Tuesday at 8pm on Channel 4.
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