Alan Carr "cried" at the end of the charity version of "Celebrity Bake Off".
The 41-year-old comedian agreed to take part in the baking competition for Stand Up To Cancer but he has admitted his time in the famous tent didn't go according to plan and he ended up throwing some of his food in the bin and he ran out of time.
Speaking on "This Morning", he said of his appearance on the show: "Well, I put something in the bin and well I swear the bin nearly spat it out. Honestly, they said: "Come on down, it's such a lovely atmosphere." There's bunting but it was like a dog fight. It is stressful, and usually I mock the people on there because you know when they go: "We're almost at full-time." I cried at the end. I cried saying: "Please can you give me a few more minutes because my sponge still needs to make." "
And that wasn't the only thing to go wrong as he cut himself on the whisk.
He told the Daily Star newspaper: "I cut myself on a whisk!"
Alan attempted to bake a custard pie, but the judges Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith weren't impressed with his "soggy" bottom and branded it a "disaster."
Paul said: "I think the pastry at the bottom is a little bit soggy."
And Prue added: "This looks a disaster."
He also dished up his rainbow cake for his showstopper - but didn't have much faith.
He joked: "I have done it twice. I've had no complaints... because they all died."
Alan will go up against actress Terri Hatcher, comic Aisling Bea and the paralympic athlete Kadeena Cox in tonight's (03.04.18) charity special on Channel 4.
He said: "Terri Hatcher is so lovely and so competitive and she's so good at baking."