Great British Bake Off's Candice Brown and Jane Beedle have given us major friendship goals as they unveiled matching hairstyles on Thursday. The pair debuted glossy dark chocolate brown hues, with Candice opting for a cherry red tint to make for an eye-catching finish.
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GBBO stars Jane and Candice debuted matching hair colours
While Candice was crowned the winner of this year's series, there were clearly no hard feelings as the beaming duo enjoyed a fun night out in London with fellow finalist Andrew Smyth for the launch of GBBO's new recipe book.
There's no doubt that Candice and Jane formed a strong bond throughout the series. In fact, Candice has since admitted that because of their blossoming friendship, the TV show's producers sometimes had to remind the pair that they were in competition.
"We got on brilliantly," she revealed during a recent appearance on ITV's Loose Women. "They used to have to tell us, 'Remember this is a competition'. We got on so well and I just love Jane and I couldn’t have shared that moment [the final] with two better bakers. I mean, they were all amazing, but those two!"
Candice was crowned the winner of this year's series
The PE teacher also opened up about an upcoming girls' holiday she has planned with Jane, after it was revealed during the series finale that the pair were planning a road trip together.
"I love France and you might have noticed I like my little antiques and things like that, and Jane goes to France quite a lot and we were saying we should get in a car and just go," she explained. "And go to the markets and then she can tell me off for buying random tat and we can bake and eat. So that's good!"
The British beauty's bold lipsticks became her trademark look
Throughout the series it wasn't just Candice's impressive baking skills which caught fans' attention – her flawless bright lipsticks have become iconic.
"I've always worn it," she said. "When I went on there I thought, 'I'm not going to go on looking like I've been dragged through a hedge backwards'. Not at the beginning anyway – at the end it was very much dragged through a hedge backwards and covered in chocolate.
"But so I thought, 'Obviously I will wear make-up', but I love lipstick and I’ve always worn it. Heels and lipstick – what else can you bake in?"