Biscuit week was not the best time in the tent for poor Val on The Great British Bake Off.
From a trayful of ice cream biscuits tipped on the floor to a crumbling Statue Of Liberty, if it could go wrong, it went wrong for Val.
She had the whole nation on the edge of their seats, waiting to see if Val could survive the pressure of biscuit week.
are the BBC prepared to pay for national therapy sessions if Val actually goes #GBBO— Amelia Tait (@ameliargh) August 31, 2016
VAL I LOVE YOU HAVE STRENGTH #GBBO— ˗ˏˋ niki albon ˊˎ˗ (@NikiAlbon) August 31, 2016
Don't drop them Val!!!!! #gbbo— Chris 🌸 (@Poppyblew) August 31, 2016
I'm protective of Val— ˗ˏˋ niki albon ˊˎ˗ (@NikiAlbon) August 31, 2016
Yes Val please don't drop em you adorable beaut #GBBO— Antaine Mac Aoidh (@antainemacaoidh) August 31, 2016
Val was ambitious with her “From Holland to New York via Yorkshire” gingerbread story Showstopper that represented her family’s life journey (and included a gingerbread copy of her sister Susan).
And admittedly it didn’t go well.
“Is that the Statue of Liberty hanging outside?”August 31, 2016
In fact, it could only be best compared to a disaster movie aftermath.
Val has essentially made the gingerbread equivalent of The Day After Tomorrow. #GBBO— James Robert Moore 🎃 (@James_R_Moore) August 31, 2016
Val's looks like a homage to the final scene of 'Planet of the Apes.' #GBBO— Christina the Middle Aged Witch (@ChristinaMcMc) August 31, 2016
What Val needs to do is hastily knock up a biscuit Godzilla, which would explain why her gingerbread buildings are in pieces #GBBO— Jassy Davis (@ginandcrumpets) August 31, 2016
But amazingly Val survived another week. And the crowd went wild.
OH THANK YOU GOD, VAL IS SAFE #GBBO— Heather Robbins (@McInHeather) August 31, 2016
So in the space of two episodes of #GBBO Val had become a national treasure and we all need to protect her from ever leaving the show— Amy Churchman (@AmyChurchman1) August 31, 2016
Val for the final!