Great British Bake Off winner Nadiya Hussain stated she has actually had “no deals” from Channel 4 to provide the program.
“I like composing, cooking and baking. I’m enjoying exactly what I’m doing and I do not desire it to be removed from me,” she informed the BBC.
When asked if Channel 4 had actually approached her to host the program when it moves from BBC One, she informed Newsround: “No.”
Channel 4 signed a three-year offer previously this month with Love Productions, that makes the program.
But judge Mary Berry will stagnate after she gave up The Great British Bake Off recently from commitment to the BBC, a couple of days after speakers Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins likewise chose not to make the transfer to Channel 4 .
Paul Hollywood is the only Bake Off star to have actually consented to stick to the program and switch to Channel 4, so there is speculation regarding who will evaluate the program and provide.
Channel 4 will start airing the program in 2017, beginning with a star unique in help of Stand Up To Cancer.
Hussain was asked by BBC Breakfast about her views on Bake Off altering channel, however reacted by stating: “It’s old news.
“Change occurs, modification comes, anywhere it [the program] goes I simply desire it to do well, whatever occurs, anywhere it goes.”
But when inquired about the value of Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins to the program, she stated: “Mel and Sue are so crucial to the program. Whenever I was breaking down they ‘d state and come, ‘It’s simply cake, begun you can do this.'”
She included it is “the least competitive competitors on the planet” which “you like each other, there’s friendship in the competitors, you do not see that anywhere else.”
She stated: “You wish to win and do actually well and you desire everybody to do well also.”
BBC and Channel 4 argument
The BBC and Channel 4 clashed over Bake Off on Tuesday at the Royal Television Society London Conference.
James Purnell, the BBC’s director of method and education remained in an argument with Channel 4’s primary innovative officer Jay Hunt.
Hunt stated: “I comprehend that you feel aggrieved about Bake Off although it deserves keeping in mind the BBC lost Bake Off. Channel 4 didn’t take Bake Off.”
Purnell informed her: “You have a remit which you explain yourself as ‘born dangerous’. I believe there’s genuine concerns about whether purchasing Bake Off receives that.”
The Great British Bake Off started life on BBC Two in 2010, where it ended up being a company preferred with audiences prior to relocating to BBC One in 2014.
Last year’s last was the UK’s many enjoyed tv program of the year, with 13.4 million audiences tuning into see Hussain win the competitors.