Piers Morgan and Rochelle Humes among stars in FaceApp challenge
Piers Morgan and Rochelle Humes are among the many stars to take part in an old-age FaceApp challenge.
Shortly after announcing that he and co-host Susanna Reid will be taking a long break from Good Morning Britain, Morgan took to Twitter to share an image of his wrinkled face.
FaceApp allows users to have a terrifying peek into the future, using camera filters to drastically age the person in the image.
Alongside the selfie of his wrinkled face and grey hair, Morgan wrote: “I need a break.”
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I need a break. pic.twitter.com/9smWrMmBBv
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) July 16, 2019
The post fitting came just a couple of hours after he announced that he and Reid will be taking lengthy break from GMB, not returning to the ITV morning show until September 2.
“UPDATE: Tomorrow is our last day on @GMB until September 2,” he wrote. “So @susannareid100 & I intend to make it a memorable one... and to help us, we have the brilliant @benstokes38 live in the studio for his first big TV interview since winning the World Cup You won't want to miss this.”
Elsewhere, Rochelle Humes also took part in the FaceApp challenge, tagging celebrity beauty specialist Shane Cooper as she stressed over her future wrinkles.
“I'm so scared. @shanecooperuk I need an appointment yesterday,” she captioned an Instagram post.
Her husband Marvin also joined the viral challenge, writing: “Roch and her Sugar Daddy,” alongside an image of him with a bald head and grey beard.
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Various other celebrities have been playing around with the ageing app, including Gordon Ramsay, who shared an image from one of his cooking series and joked he was “hosting MasterChef season 50”.
Me hosting #MasterChef Season 50......#faceapp pic.twitter.com/uKnfxUpC1D
— Gordon Ramsay (@GordonRamsay) July 16, 2019
Little Mix’s Jade Thirlwall also got involved, although she was fairly satisfied with the results, writing: “I’m not even mad tho.”