Spoilers for the finale below.

The Great British Bake Off finale saw a massive live audience of 7.3 million people, which then rose to 7.7 million when taking into account those who watched on Channel 4 +1. The figures come despite co-host Prue Leith accidentally tweeting the name of the winner a full 10 hours before it aired.

This is Channel 4’s highest overnight ratings since the Paralympics Opening Ceremony in 2012.

The finale saw Sophie Faldo crowned as the winner, beating Kate Lyon and Steven Carter-Bailey to the title, making a multi-layered honey-bee cake, which was just too good to resist.

Alex Mahon, chief executive at Channel 4, said that all the presenters and the judges had ‘served up a showstopper of a show’. She claimed she was ‘delighted they’ll all be back in the tent next year’.

The overnight average of people watching the whole series was also the highest it has been since 2011 when it aired Big Fat Gypsy Wedding.

Doesn’t even sound like an actual show, does it?

Well done to Sophie, now I’m going to go scoff something sweet.