Queer Eye’s Tan France has confessed his greatest fear is getting old and wrinkly.
The fashion designer and stylist joined TV presenter Joel Dommett, actress Caroline Quentin and tennis player Johanna Konta on the latest celebrity edition of the The Great Stand Up To Cancer Bake Off, where he was challenged to make a cake in the form of his greatest fear.
France, 36, revealed: “My greatest fear is ageing. I know it’s a privilege, but I am scared of wrinkling.”
The Queer Eye star looked apologetic after making the awkward confession in front of 80-year-old judge Prue Leith and 61-year-old host Sandi Toksvig.
Earlier in the show France joked of judge Paul Hollywood, 54: “I feel like he’s made more of an effort. He looks better than he ever has done.”
But Hollywood had his own back when it came to judging France’s eclairs - which he branded sloppy.
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France was invited by hosts Noel Fielding and Toksvig to cast judgement on a cardboard cutout of Hollywood posing naked in a Star Baker apron in a spoof of a Queer Eye make-over.
France joked: “I could not do better, it’s incredible.”
Meanwhile, Toksvig, 61, was delighted to claim victory over 28-year-old tennis professional Konta as they took part in a volley over the Bake Off benches.
As Konta missed Toksvig’s return France exclaimed, “How did she beat you?”, to which Konta insisted, “She didn’t!”
Toksvig declared: “That was the finest sporting moment of my life! It was also the only sporting moment of my life.”
The celebrity spin-off of the hit baking show is in aid of Stand Up To Cancer.