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Great British Bake Off judge Paul Hollywood proud of soggy bottom

Great British Bake Off judge Paul Hollywood proud of soggy bottom

Entertainment
“The best bit of the show for me has to be ‘soggy bottom’” Paul Hollywood The judge, 52, coined the saucy phrase during the show’s first series in 2010. And it kick-started eight years of innuendo for the smash hit baking show.Paul said: “The best bit of the show for me has to be ‘soggy bottom’. It was series one of Bake Off when I first said it.“It happens when the base of a pie or tart fails to cook properly and it’s common in the industry to say that. But when I said it, everyone started laughing and I was like, ‘Why are they laughing?’ To me, it wasn’t funny.“It was a factual thing. But then all the innuendoes started building up over the yea...
'Be who you are, and be proud of that' – Klinsmann's message to England

'Be who you are, and be proud of that' – Klinsmann's message to England

Sports
When I watch England at this World Cup I see a team that is very determined and plays in a straightforward style.There is nothing complicated about the way you play. Some might say it is predictable, and it may not be the most beautiful approach sometimes - but there is nothing wrong with that as long as it is effective.You don't need to play like Brazil or other teams who have a different football heritage and approach to the game. Be who you are - and be proud of that. When I took over as Germany boss in 2004, after we had failed at that summer's European Championship, I began by trying to give our national team an identity, and a clear way of playing. That included our attitud...
I'd have been proud of players even if we'd drawn – Southgate

I'd have been proud of players even if we'd drawn – Southgate

Sports
Media playback is not supported on this device 2018 Fifa World Cup on the BBCHost: Russia Dates: 14 June - 15 JulyLive: Coverage across BBC TV, BBC Radio and BBC Sport website with further coverage on Red Button, Connected TVs and mobile app.England boss Gareth Southgate says he would have been proud of his players' performance even if they had drawn their World Cup opener against Tunisia.Harry Kane scored twice, including a dramatic injury-time winner, after Ferjani Sassi's penalty had cancelled out the England captain's opener."We created so many clear-cut chances, especially in the fi...