The first trailer for Channel 4's all-new The Great British Bake Off has arrived, ahead of the show's revamped debut.
The teaser clip features animated piles of flour, profiteroles and croissants delightfully singing along to Paul McCartney and The Frog Chorus’s We All Stand Together.
And if the one minute video is anything to go by it hints at a huge change from the quaint English trailers we're used to seeing when GBBO aired on BBC One.
But before you get excited, this teaser clip doesn't give anything away about the new GBBO - there's no tent in sight, nor does it give us a sneak peak of the contestants.
The bunting is nowhere to be seen and there isn't a cake stand in sight. The start date for the new series hasn't been announced yet but Channel 4 has promised it's 'coming soon'.
However, if you watch closely you will be able to see a nod to the original BBC series with Paul's lion bread making an appearance.
Paul Hollywood will be joined by new judge Prue Leith and Noel Fielding and Sandi Toksvig will take on the hosting duties.
This will be the first time that GBBO does not air on the BBC, following the show's creators Love Productions selling it in 2016.
GBBO originals Mary Berry and hosts Hosts Mel and Sue decided to stay loyal to the BBC - leaving Paul and the tent to make the move to Channel 4.
At the time Mel and Sue announced they would not "go with the dough".
Whether the new series of GBBO will be a success remains to be seen but let's hope we don't have too long to wait.