The final three bakers left in the Great British Bake Off will take to the tent one last time tonight in a bid to be crowned champion.
The final will be the last episode of GBBO on the BBC after it lost the rights to the show to Channel 4.
Who is left?
Jane Beedle, 61, is a garden designer from Beckenham in Kent.
She was inspired to bake by her grandfather who owned a bakery in Hastings.
Candice Brown, 31, is a secondary school PE teacher from Bedfordshire.
She grew up in a pub - an experience which she channelled into a gingerbread pub showstopper, complete with sticky ginger carpet and miniature pool table.
Aerospace engineer Andrew is the youngest of the finalists at 25-years-old.
The Northern Irish Cambridge graduate, who lives in Derby, was inspired to bake by his mother and grandmother.
What is their final challenge?
The final contestants will face three rounds on Wednesday night's show before one is crowned the winner.
They will have to create a signature challenge involving meringues.
They will also take part in a technical challenge set by Mary Berry asking them to make a British classic with just one instruction and produce a showstopper.
The result will then be revealed in front of the trio's family, friends and their former Bake Off colleagues.