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Raymond Blanc criticises GBBO

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In the pastry world, The Great British Bake Off finale is as important as The Breaking Bad last episode. And under no circumstances should there be any spoilers.

However, it appears that legendary chef Raymond Blanc may have announced the winner in a tweet he sent last night.

While it's not confirmed whether he has in fact spoilered (yes, it's a new verb, go with it) the end of this season's show, he did get a reply back from one of the current contestants, Ruby Tandoh.

Paul Hollywood, one of the judges, also replied to the tweet, implying that a winner hasn't been picked yet.

So, what do you think? Has Ruby won? Does Raymond know the winner already? And what do you make of Raymond's comments?

Tell us in a tweet @stylistmagazine or in the comments below.

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