Tonight a legion of Bake Off fans will be tuning in to Channel 4 to watch episode one of the new series.

Since Candice took the crown last year there have been lots of changes to the nation's favourite baking contest.

Viewers can expect to see a new face on the judging panel with Prue Leith taking over from Mary Berry, whilst Sandi Toksvig and Noel Fielding will be the hosts.

If you've ever wondered what life is like after the tent then find out what the past winners are up to now.

Series 1 winner Edd Kimber

Edd Kimber was the winner of the first Bake Off in 2010. He quit his job afterwards to pursue a career as a food writer and food stylist. He has published three books including The Boy Who Bakes (2011), Say It With Cake (2012) and Patisserie Made Simple (Oct 2014).

He has been resident baker on The Alan Titchmarsh Show and also writes for food magazines BBC Good Food, Delicious and Waitrose Kitchen.

Series 2 winner Jo Wheatley

Jo Wheatley was crowned the winner of series two and the mum-of-three has gone on to become a food writer and set up a cookery school from her home in Essex.

Jo also hosts cooking demonstrations across the country and has published two cookbooks Home Baking and A Passion For Baking.

Series 3 winner John Whaite

John Whaite is now resident chef on ITV’s Lorraine. He won the third series in 2012, where he impressed with his fondant fancies. In the show he was forced to withdraw from a round after slicing his finger in an electric mixer.

He’s since penned four cookery books, co-presents the Chopping Block cookery series with Rosemary Shrager and has opened his own cookery school in Lancashire. John is also a food writer for the Telegraph.

Series 4 Frances Quinn

Frances Quinn was the 2013 victor and combines baking with her background in design. She released her first cookbook Quintessential Baking in 2015 and also takes part in cookery demonstrations and makes appearances at food festivals across the country.

She regularly posts her recipes and bakes on her Twitter page.

Series 5 Nancy Birtwhistle

Grandmother-of-eight Nancy has her a website where she blogs about her life, shares recipes and cooking tips. On her website she says she bakes everyday from breads, cakes or patisseries.

Nancy also makes regular appearances at cooking demonstrations across the country.

Series 6 winner Nadiya Hussain

The mother-of-three famously made judge Mary Berry cry during an emotional final in 2015. She is arguably one of the most recognised GBBO winners and made the Queen's 90th birthday cake in April last year.

Since winning the show Nadiya has gone on to release two cookbooks including Nadiya’s Kitchen and children's book Bake Me a Story.

She currently has her own TV show Nadiya's British Food Adventure on BBC Two, which airs on Monday at 8pm.

Series 7 Candice Brown

Candice's bold lip colours were as popular as her bakes. She now has a huge online following with 150k followers on Instagram.

Since winning the series last year Candice now writes a food column for The Dish, as well as The Sunday Times Magazine. Last month she also released her first cookbook called Comfort.

There were rumours of her appearing as a contestant on the upcoming series of Dancing on Ice, but she has since denied this.