Cadbury 'eyebrow kid' totally unrecognisable 15 years after ad as fans left in awe

Bradley Ford and co-star, Georgia Wake, in the iconic Cadbury's "eyebrows" advert
-Credit: (Image: Cadbury)


Cadbury's "eyebrow" advert is one of the most iconic TV clips of all time – but the boy who starred in it is now totally unrecognisable.

It's hard to believe the ad first graced our screens some 15 years ago. Lasting a whole minute, the advert saw Bradley Ford and co-star Georgia Wake wiggle their eyebrows as Freestyle's Don't Stop the Rock played in the background.

Bradley was 11 when he appeared on the small screen. Now, aged 26, he's still got some pretty impressive forehead-bending skills. Taking to TikTok, where he posts under the name, the_eyebrow_kid, he showed off how he can wiggle those brows as if it were 2009 again.

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Fans were quick to point out how grown up Bradley is now – while some things, like his hairstyle, haven't changed much, he is now a fully-fledged adult.

Now Bradley uses his platform to parody the advert years down the line as well as making content about his day-to-day life. He's also ditched his shirt and tie for a much more casual look.

Cadbury was one of the first to comment on the clip, writing: "All these years later and you have still got it!" Another said: "You need to find the girl and do a collab."

A third replied: "Cadbury 100% needs to do a remake of this ad." Meanwhile, a fourth also commented: "The way I thought this was edited or something. Omg brilliant."

"Eyebrows" was created to promote the brand's Dairy Milk chocolate, and it centred around two children and their ability to make their eyebrows "dance". In the advert, Bradley and Georgia were seen sitting in front of a grey backdrop at a photographer’s studio as they wiggled their brows at a super crazy speed.

It quickly became one of the most memorable adverts of all time, and people are clearly desperate to see it return. Maybe Bradley's viral videos will one day inspire a re-make.

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