Student Maisam, 18, fights back tears as she’s booted off the Great British Bake Off

‘I’ve done something to be proud of’: Student Maisam, 18, fights back tears as she’s booted off the Great British Bake Off

Student Maisam was booted from the Great British Bake Off on Tuesday. 

The budding baker, 18, fought back tears as the judges revealed she was going home during biscuit week. 

In a piece to camera shortly afterwards, Maisam said that it was only the beginning of her baking journey and said she’s tremendously ‘proud’ of her efforts.  

'I've done something to be proud of': Student Maisam, 18, fought back tears as she was booted off the Great British Bake Off on Tuesday

‘I’ve done something to be proud of’: Student Maisam, 18, fought back tears as she was booted off the Great British Bake Off on Tuesday

‘I think I’m definitely proud as I’m only 18, so at this age, I’ve done something to be proud of,’ she said. 

She added: ‘This is not the end of my baking journey, it’s where it starts.’ 

Her fellow contestants and fans alike seemed shock that she was sent home during the second episode.

Upset: Her fellow contestants and fans alike seemed shock that she was sent home during the second episode

Upset: Her fellow contestants and fans alike seemed shock that she was sent home during the second episode

Her co-stars rushed to comfort her after the shock news. 

‘I was hoping to see more of Maisam. Her gutted face was a picture of a thousand skills and ideas that we won’t get to see now,’ one viewer tweeted on Tuesday. 

Another added: ‘Well done Maisam! Keep baking! You are awesome!’ 

'I was hoping to see more of Maisam. Her gutted face was a picture of a thousand skills and ideas that we won't get to see now,' one viewer tweeted on Tuesday

‘I was hoping to see more of Maisam. Her gutted face was a picture of a thousand skills and ideas that we won’t get to see now,’ one viewer tweeted on Tuesday

Another added: 'Well done Maisam! Keep baking! You are awesome!'

Another added: ‘Well done Maisam! Keep baking! You are awesome!’

Maisam, who is from Greater Manchester, failed to impress the judges with her Venetian mask creation and her carrot-shaped biscuits.

Meanwhile her co-star Maxy, 29, won star baker for her efforts during the episode. 

In a letter to fans after the show, Maisam said the show was ‘life-changing’ for her. 

Best efforts: Maisam, who is from Greater Manchester, failed to impress the judges with her Venetian mask creation and her carrot-shaped biscuits (pictured is her mask)

Best efforts: Maisam, who is from Greater Manchester, failed to impress the judges with her Venetian mask creation and her carrot-shaped biscuits (pictured is her mask)

Doing well: Meanwhile her co-star Maxy, 29, won star baker for her efforts during the episode

Doing well: Meanwhile her co-star Maxy, 29, won star baker for her efforts during the episode

‘It was one of the best decisions I have made in my life,’ she said. 

‘To go from baking in my own kitchen and into the tent just shows that you shouldn’t underestimate your passions, because they can take you places that you’d never imagine.’

She added: ‘This is the very start of my baking journey and I am excited to see what comes next.’ 

'It's the start of my baking journey': In a letter to fans after the show, Maisam said the show was 'life-changing' for her and vowed to keep baking

‘It’s the start of my baking journey’: In a letter to fans after the show, Maisam said the show was ‘life-changing’ for her and vowed to keep baking

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