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Cake Boss star Buddy Valastro is BACK to work after freak accident

Cake Boss star Buddy Valastro is BACK to work after freak accident that left his right hand badly injured: ‘It’s been crazy this 2020, can’t wait for it to be over!’

  • Valastro was back to work over the weekend at his home in New Jersey 
  • He used his injured hand to decorate a three tier gold Time Machine cake
  • In one images scars could be seen on his right hand; he had three surgeries 
  • The event was in collaboration with the mobile game Caesars Casino 

Cake Boss star Buddy Valastro was back to work over the weekend.

The New Jersey native decorated a three tier gold Time Machine cake in collaboration with the mobile game Caesars Casino.

This comes just two months after the 43-year-old TV star severely injured his right hand in a freak accident that took place in the bowling alley in his Montville home.

He still has it! Cake Boss star Buddy Valastro was back to work over the weekend

His hand is working again: The New Jersey native decorated a three tier Time Machine cake in collaboration with the mobile game Caesars Casino

His hand is working again: The New Jersey native decorated a three tier Time Machine cake in collaboration with the mobile game Caesars Casino

Buddy wore a white baker’s shirt and seemed to be in good spirits as he was decorating a Time Machine themed confection.

The event was part of Caesars Casino’s annual Wish Upon a Star campaign, which focused on special live events and granting the wishes of the game’s players. 

Speaking to a live online audience from his home, Buddy spoke about his own recovery and how baking is a great outlet.

Sugar time: Buddy wore a white baker's shirt and seemed to be in good spirits as he was decorating a Time Machine themed confection

Sugar time: Buddy wore a white baker’s shirt and seemed to be in good spirits as he was decorating a Time Machine themed confection

‘It’s been crazy this 2020, I can’t wait for it to be over!’ he told the audience.

He also thanked the fans ‘for being a part of the Caesars family.’

This comes after the Halloween Goldbelly Live! event where he taught aspiring bakers how to make festive green Frankencakes. 

The aftermath: Scars could be seen on his right hand. The event was part of Caesars Casino’s annual Wish Upon a Star campaign, which focused on special live events and granting the wishes of the game’s players

The aftermath: Scars could be seen on his right hand. The event was part of Caesars Casino’s annual Wish Upon a Star campaign, which focused on special live events and granting the wishes of the game’s players

Strange year: 'It’s been crazy this 2020, I can’t wait for it to be over!' he told the audience. He also thanked the fans 'for being a part of the Caesars family'

Strange year: ‘It’s been crazy this 2020, I can’t wait for it to be over!’ he told the audience. He also thanked the fans ‘for being a part of the Caesars family’

In September Buddy’s hand was impaled by a spike when the baker’s at-home bowling apparatus malfunctioned. 

He has had three surgeries since the awful incident.

‘It’s been a rough road to recovery but I’m hanging in there. Just wanted to check in and let you all know how much I appreciate all the love, we’ll wishes, and positive vibes! Keep em coming,’ he wrote on social media.

This month he will return to TV on the Food Network in the special series Buddy vs. Christmas which was filmed prior to the accident.

In October: This comes after the Halloween Goldbelly Live! event where he taught aspiring bakers how to make festive green Frankencakes

In October: This comes after the Halloween Goldbelly Live! event where he taught aspiring bakers how to make festive green Frankencakes

And, on December 23, TLC will air a two-hour special about Buddy’s accident and recovery.

Buddy and his family-owned and operated New Jersey bakery, Carlo’s, have been featured on TLC’s hit reality series Cake Boss since 2009. 

His wife is Lisa and they four children: Sofia, 17, Buddy Jr., 16, Marco, 13, and Carlo, nine. 

Painful: In September Buddy's hand was impaled by a spike when the baker's at-home bowling apparatus malfunctioned. He has had three surgeries since the awful incident

Painful: In September Buddy’s hand was impaled by a spike when the baker’s at-home bowling apparatus malfunctioned. He has had three surgeries since the awful incident 

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