Talking about Strictly Come Dancing judge Shirley Ballas’s recent revelation about being sent death threats online, Hollywood told the Jonathan Ross Show: “I’ve had something similar so I understand.” Hollywood, 53, who is a judge alongside Prue Leith on the long-running baking contest, added: “I get a lot of people offering me a lot of advice on who should have stayed and who should have gone. There are two senses that the people who watch don’t lock on to. We’ve got taste and smell and they are critical when you’re baking… 

“On camera, you look at the colours and the pretty pictures and you go, ‘That must taste good’ when it tastes like rubber or too salty or too sweet.”

The latest series saw David Atherton take the prize instead of favourite Steph Blackwell. 

Hollywood said: “Steph was doing really well but, of course, it’s like the FA Cup. You’ve got to bring the right team and you’ve got to have the mindset to smash it out of the park on that day.” 

And he did not rule out…

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