The judges, Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith, may be playing favorites with at least one contestant during the 2023 season of The Great British Baking Show.
There have been previous controversies surrounding favoritism on the show, such as grading contestants on a harder curve or providing assistance to certain bakers.
In "Bread Week," Star Baker Dan Hunter struggled and presented a messy and raw Showstopper, yet he was saved while Abbi Lawson was eliminated, despite her previous strong performances.
In "Botanical Week," Paul Hollywood argued that Tasha Stones was in line for Star Baker, despite her coming in last in the Technical challenge.
Tasha's Showstopper design was praised by Paul, even though it appeared rough and ready compared to other contestants' more elegant designs.
Paul's favoritism towards Tasha may be due to her being the most conventionally attractive female baker and fitting his preferred demographic.
Paul's favoritism undermines Tasha's accomplishments as the first deaf baker in the show's history and may lead viewers to make incorrect assumptions about her success.
Paul's favoritism creates an unfair environment for all contestants and raises concerns about the integrity of the show's results.
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