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Grant Denyer

Grant Denyer's rendition looked shockingly real. "Bali-belly for 4 days is rather dehydrating," he captioned the snap. Photo: Instagram/grantdenyer

Dave Hughes, Grant Denyer and other celebs old face app transformations

Kristine Tarbert
Senior Lifestyle & Entertainment Producer

If you haven’t by now seen a photo of yourself in 50 years then good on you for avoiding the latest craze to sweep social media.

Introducing the ‘old face’ trend - curtesy of FaceApp - which gives people the ability to see what they would look like once they age.

It’s a truely terrifying experience to say the least. Made even worse if you don’t see much of change.

The editing app has become so popular that a host of celebrities have also flooded their online accounts with their own renditions.

“Do not let anyone do that older look thing on you,” comedian and TV host Dave Hughes captioned this terrifying snap.

Grant Denyer's photo looked shockingly real as he joked that having ‘Bali-belly for 4 days is rather dehydrating’.

The Studio 10 panel also jumped on the bandwagon showing Cassandra Thorburn what she would look like using the old face app. She was less than impressed.

Take a look at some of our favourites in the gallery.

What is the old face app?

If you’ve missed all the hype surrounding the ‘old face’ trend and aren’t sure how people are ageing themselves, this is how.

They’re using an an app called FaceApp, which is now the top trending free app in the iTunes App Store. You can download and use for free for three days.

However be warned, the app’s privacy policy said it collects the pictures you upload to its service, so keep in mind that it’s keeping the selfies you take.

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