Tonight we will find out whether Nadiya, Tamal or Ian will win this year's Great British Bake Off crown, but what happened to the winners of the last five series?
What started out as a humble amateur baking contest has now gripped the nation, as we've tears and tantrums in the baking tent.
With thoughts turning to this year’s final, it begs the question: what are the former winners up to now?
Last year's nail-biting final saw Birtwhistle triumph over bookie's favourite Richard Burr.
Since winning she has launched her own cooking website and has appeared on a number of food shows such as BBC Good Food Spring in April .
She is currently working on a cookbook with the intention for it to be an easy guide to cooking a number of recipes.
From the class of 2013, Quinn was triumphant in the first all-female final and now shares her baking adventures on her blog, Quinntessential.
The blog includes new recipes and images of her bakes, such as a Snowboarders Cake.
She has also published a cookbook called Quinntessential Baking, which has been quoted by chef Heston Blumenthal as incorporating ‘all the fun and magic of baking.’
He plans to open a cookery school later this year.
His showstopper called John's Heaven and Hell Chiffon Cake amazed Hollywood and Berry in the final.
Following her 2011 win, Wheatley opened a home cooking school in Essex, which includes cupcake decorating.
Since gaining the Bake Off title, she has also demonstrated her recipes at the BBC Good Food Show and has published two cookbooks which includes A Passion for Baking.
Best known for his cookbook, The Boy who Bakes, the first ever Bake Off winner has also worked in Raymond Blanc’s pastry kitchen at Le Manoir.
As any televised competition the person who some of the nation were rooting for does not win.
This includes finalist favourite Ruby Tandoh who lost out to Quinn in 2013. Since then she has been writing up recipes for her own cookbook, Crumb. Tipped to win in 2014, Burr also sieved his way out of winning last year.
There was also qualifying Doctor Morton who narrowly missed out to Whaite two years ago. However his cookery book Brilliant Bread was awarded the Guild of Food Writer’s Award for Best Cookery Book and he has since been writing a column for the Sunday Mail.
Tune into BBC One tonight at 8pm to see whether Nadiya, Tamal or Ian will rise to the challenge or crumble under pressure in tonight’s Bake Off final.