Celebrity Great British Bake Off returns to screens this Sunday and, as usual, some contestants get jittery as they buckle under the pressure.
In Sunday’s episode, Former Friends actor David Schwimmer, 56, and a host of other famous faces are tasked with creating a meringue chapter as part of the showstopper challenge.
But when it comes to construction, David has an unusual way of fixing and putting his own together.
While frantically spraying his bunny creation with something from a can, the American says, “Come on freeze spray, do your thing!”
He then turns to the camera and explains, “I’m going to freeze it and hopefully that will be the glue.”
I’m fine: Legendary Friends actor David Schwimmer, 56, was tasked with making a meringue chapter as part of the showstopper challenge
Bob the Builder: When building his centerpiece, David decided to use freeze spray as a way to attach and assemble his showstopper and hoped it would work just like glue
Later in the show, David was seen trying to lift his fragile bunny with a huge silver slab, but is unable to do so as one of the ears promptly breaks off.
Cursing under his breath, the legendary star exhales a long, drawn breath as if to calm himself down.
Elsewhere, fellow actor Tom Davis, 43, has it just as chaotic as he tries to get his meringue out of a bowl.
The Plebs actor comments, “This is a nightmare.
“I’m worried, I’m not going to lie. Yes, this isn’t going to work, I can already feel it cracking.’
He then takes his meringue bowl, flips it upside down and curses as he promptly bursts and breaks off a whole piece.
The celebrity special, in support of Stand Up To Cancer, features a total of 20 familiar faces who will all compete to become star bakers.
They include former Little Mix singer Jesy Nelson, New Zealand comedian Rose Matafeo, Loose Women’s Judi Love and Coleen Nolan, Olympian Tom Daley and reality star Gemma Collins.
Get involved: David had a nightmare trying to lift his fragile meringue bunny
Eton mess: David’s rabbit showstopper snaps and promptly breaks in several places
At work: Paddington 2 actor Tom Davis, 43 who also stars on the show, described the showstopper experience as a nightmare
Good reason: The actor appears on The Great Celebrity Bake Off for Stand Up To Cancer
Coming soon: The Great British Bake Off has released a first look ahead of their 2023 celebrity special in support of Stand Up To Cancer (LR) Rose Matafeo, David Schwimmer, Jesy Nelson and Tom Davis
Also competing for the infamous Hollywood handshake is Dragons’ Den star Deborah Meaden, host AJ Odudu, The Repair Shop’s Jay Blades, radio host Adele Roberts and Strictly’s Ellie Taylor.
Comedians Mike Wozniak and Lucy Beaumont, radio presenter Tim Key, filmmaker David Morrissey and TV presenter Paddy McGuiness also take part in the Channel 4 show.
Inbetweeners star Joe Thomas, Shaun of the Dead and actress Jessica Hynes complete the star-studded lineup.
Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith are back as judges, along with hosts Noel Fielding and Matt Lucas for one last time.
Official: Alison Hammond has confirmed she will replace Matt Lucas as presenter of the Channel 4 show Great British Bake Off later this year
Star Baker: The Great British Bake Off celebrity special, in support of Stand Up To Cancer, returns on Sunday
Earlier this month, it was confirmed that Alison Hammond would be the new presenter of The Great British Bake Off, replacing outgoing comedian Matt Lucas.
The This Morning presenter, 48, will join comedian Noel Fielding when filming for the Channel 4 show begins this summer.
Alison will make history as the first non-white host or judge in the program’s 14-year history.
Watch Celebrity Great British Bake off from March 19 at 7:45pm on Channel 4.