Nadiya Hussain believes Bake Off still has ingredients for success at Channel 4
The Great British Bake Off star Nadiya Hussain has embraced the show's move to Channel 4 amid speculation she could land a role in the new series.
Hussain, 31, has been tipped as a possible presenter or judge after Mary Berry, 81, Mel Giedroyc, 48, and Sue Perkins, 47, decided to stay at the BBC.
Hussain, who won the show in an emotional final in 2015, told BBC Breakfast: "Change happens, change comes and wherever it goes, whatever it does, I just want it to do well because it's something I've spent the last six years watching."
She admitted that the show's hosts Perkins and... read more
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