It was one of the most talked-about moments on the show's history last year when contestant Diana Beard took Iain Watters' Baked Alaska dessert out of the freezer.
It melted and Iain went into meltdown by throwing it in the bin. He was then voted off and it was forever known as 'Bingate'.
Last night, the new series of the BBC baking show returned and viewers watched contestant Dorret Conway make a black forest gateau for the Showstopper Challenge - only it didn't go to plan.
Dorret was in tears when her mousse failed to set in time. "I can't believe this is actually happening," she said.
Host Sue Perkins asked if anything could be done, but giving up, Dorret said: "Nothing".
Remaining optimistic, Sue told her: "There's a lot to be done. Piping is a great thing. There's no need to get upset... It's just a cake."
Convinced she was going home, Dorret replied: "It's not just a cake."
But Sue assured her: "It doesn't mean you're going to go home."
Luckily, Dorret managed to survive the chop, as it was fellow baker Stuart Henshall who failed to impress judges Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood and was asked to leave the tent.
The Great British Bake Off airs on Wednesdays at 8pm on BBC One.
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