The cakes were whipped up by Cheryl Jackson and her team at her newly opened shop, Cuppa Cakes Ltd, in a bid to get the whole town behind mad keen Clarets fan Jordan as the show begins the countdown to the final next weekend.
The 'Team Jordan' cakes will be on sale in the Standish Street shop unti hel leaves the Welsh castle where the show is set this year.
And Cheryl is donating 50p to Pendeside Hospice, where Jordan is an ambassador, for every cake sold.
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Viewers are already voting for their favourite celebrity to win the show and last night paralympian Hollie Arnold was the first to leave after receiving the fewest votes.
And she told presenters Ant and Dec she would love to see Jordan win the show!