Next Great Baker
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After a long season of baking battles, the winner is finally revealed.
And The Season 4 Winner Is
Cakes will be getting the special treatment, as this week the teams are competing for a chance to be featured in People Magazine.
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See what the latest team to get eliminated from Next Great Baker has to say about their time in the competition.
Bethany and Jennifer's Elimination Confession
The final bakers are under intense pressure from Buddy as they create their last cakes in Las Vegas. Watch a sneak peek.
Paul is a family man first and foremost, and in his goodbye video, he explains what's next for him personally and professionally.
Paul's Final Thoughts
Chad's expertise led him this far in the competition, and you won't want to miss what he says about the challenge that got him eliminated.
Chad's Final Thoughts
Letty offers a heartfelt perspective of the most recent elimination challenge, and she explains who should really be in the box truck.
Letty's Final Thoughts
Buddy asks the bakers to create cakes that represent the spirit of Italian cooking, and there's a big prize on the line for the MVP.
Food Is Everything
Peter is leaving Next Great Baker, but he promises this isn't the last time you'll see him!
Peter's Final Thoughts
Jess talks about what the competition has meant to her and explains why her time in Hoboken has made her a better wife and mother.
Jess's Final Thoughts
Melissa talks about her plans for the future -- both personally and professionally -- and shares her predictions for the show.
Melissa's Final Thoughts
Emme was the first to be eliminated from Next Great Baker. In her confessional video, she explains why she was cut.
Emme's Final Thoughts
Melissa works a full-time job, bakes cakes on the weekend, and is a busy mom to three girls. She likes to laugh, but she's here to work.
Letty manages two cupcake bakeries and goes home to a husband, five kids and five pets! Above all, she wants to keep it real.
Jess describes herself as outspoken and quirky. She calls her baking gift heaven-sent.
Nice-guy James believes that if you're good, you don't have to brag about it. Your work shows it.