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Celebrity Bake Off: Fans love Annie Mac’s pronunciation of “kneading”

Annie Mac wowed fans with her pronunciation of the word “knead.” The big celebrity baking.

The former Radio 1 presenter appeared on Tuesday night’s (5 April) episode of the charity series Stand Up To Cancer alongside musician Example and comedian Ed Gamble, with usual presenter Matt Lucas replacing a missing contestant.

While Mac was making her raspberry donuts, she said she “nedding” rather than “kneading” the dough.

As she walked viewers through her baking process, she said, “Maybe I should do a little more nedding. You’re trying to get more air in, so it’s less dense. The only way to do that is to need it.”

Presenter Noel Fielding then asked the DJ for her pronunciation of the word, saying: “The word on the street is that instead of kneading dough, you always say ‘nedding’ dough.”

Mac joked back, “Just because I don’t know baking language.”

Fielding then said he was in favor of the debate and that “I think it’s an upgrade”.

“Don’t let anyone tell you otherwise,” he added.

Taking to social media, viewers compared the moment to celebrity chef Nigella Lawson’s unique way of saying microwave.

One viewer wrote: “Move over mee-cro-wav-ay. That’s how Annie Mac pronounces the word ‘knead’.”

Mac’s former Radio 1 colleague Nick Grimshaw also tweeted: “NEDDING IT???? obsessed with you.”

Several fans also tweeted out pictures of Ned Flanders The simpsons.

The big celebrity baking for SU2C continues Tuesday at 8 p.m. on Channel 4.

https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/tv/news/celebrity-bake-off-annie-mac-kneading-b2051915.html Celebrity Bake Off: Fans love Annie Mac’s pronunciation of “kneading”

JOE HERNANDEZ

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