While most of us are keeping an eye out for cake disasters, Prue Leith's piercing comments and Paul Hollywood's legendary handshake, there's a lot more happening behind the scenes.
Many aspiring and talented bakers will reckon they deserve a spot on the show after spotting broken biscuits, sponges dropped on the floor and terrible icing designs.
But competing on Bake Off is nothing like you would expect, according to 2019 contestant Jamie Finn.
The student and Artic Coffee promoter revealed several sneaky camera tricks used by the crews and how even the presenters employ tactics to put you off.
Ever wondered how the Bake Off cameras are able to catch that hilarious moment when someone drops their sponge on the floor or their filo flops?
Well according to Jamie it’s because they have “loads of cameras everywhere” and the crew are "very clever” so that they "never miss a moment".
He estimated at least eight people are filming you at any one time, including some who walk around with hand-held cameras and others fixed in the middle aisle of the tent.
Jamie, from Surrey, told The Sun: “If you’re about to bring out your cake they will send someone over just in case it cracks because it’s funny to watch.