He's the Bake Off heartthrob and is now loved even more...
Whilst the beloved show has been televised, Selasi Gbormittah has been updating the UK on all social media channels, "With what?" you ask - his incredible parties hosted in his home in London, that's what.
Now anyone and everyone on social media wants an invite.
Selasi, a city banker, has demonstrated he's the host with the most. The baker's Instagram-worthy photos capture his Wednesday evening banquets for only the most eligible guests.
Not only is this individual cool, calm and collected on the show but clearly, his giant feasts don't produce a bead of sweat either. Some of the dishes on the menu feature orange and honey duck, grilled chicken seasoned with homemade jerk marinade and sweet ice cream cupcakes.
Social media went wild when he snapped a photo of his traditional Ghanaian feast, including an eight hour slow roast pork served with crackling, apple sauce, homemade coleslaw, bagels and honey mustard sausages.
During Botanical week, he threw a seafood themed party, cooking up some chilli prawns, parmesan crust tilapia, lime coconut prawns, octopus, squid and seabream, as well as Philly Cheesesteak, brisket, onions, peppers, melted cheese, and vegan dishes for his guests.
This evening we'll see him will see him offering his guests a meat feast of rabbit, pheasant, poussin, quail, guinea fowl and 'mega chorizo scotch eggs', what an elaborate spread!
Fans are begging for an invite to his weekly dinner parties, which often see his co-stars in attendance.
'Should have invited myself over,' wrote one, whilst another added: 'Guess my invite got lost in the post.'
'Please invite me!,' begged one fan, with another commenting: 'Each week's meal gets more obscene'.
Selasi broke the nations heart after he revealed he had a girlfriend and where did the fans go to share their sadness, social media, of course. He might have become increasingly popular since the UK discovered that he regularly bakes for charity cake sales and, not long ago, he ran a 10k race and half marathon.
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This story first appeared on The Daily Mail