Old pals! Manu Feildel and Pete Evans like you've never seen them before

A photo of Colin Fassnidge, Pete Evans and Manu Feildel.
Colin Fassnidge, Pete Evans and Manu Feildel don't look like this anymore. Photo: Instagram/chefpeteevans.

It’s My Kitchen Rules’ Pete Evans, 46, and Manu Feildel, 45, like you've never seen them before - as white-haired, wrinkly old men!

French foodie Manu took to Instagram on Tuesday to share a startling snap of himself, Pete and fellow MKR judge Colin Fassnidge, 46, looking like they’d aged 30 years overnight.

“MKR series 30 coming sooner than you think!” the restauranteur captioned the pic.

Pete - who recently released his controversial new book Heal - reshared the photo on his account and thanked his co-host for the laughs.

“I am sporting the Roger Sterling from Madman look,” he joked.

Don’t worry, you haven’t suddenly woken up in the year 2049. Manu used the popular mobile app FaceApp to transform the trio into senior citizens.

What is FaceApp?

FaceApp is a free mobile application that first went viral in 2017 for its uncanny ability to alter users’ faces via various filters and features such as changing your mouth to a smile, changing hair colour and swapping genders.

Recent improvements to the ageing filter - which adds decades to the user’s face - have seen it soar in popularity with a sea of celebs taking on the #FaceAppChallenge.

A photo of Carrie Bickmore.
Is that you, Carrie? Photo: Instagram/bickmorecarrie.

Carrie Bickmore, 38, celebrated The Project’s ten year anniversary by doubling her age - and giving us a glimpse into her future.

“Now.....and then...” the mum-of-three captioned the snap.

Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay shared the results of his #FaceAppChallenge on Twitter, writing, “Me hosting #MasterChef Season 50.”

Boy band Jonas Brothers - made up of fresh-faced brothers Kevin, 31, Joe, 29 and Nick, 26 - took their fans on a journey to their twilight years.

FaceApp is not without its controversy - back in 2017 the creators were accused of racism and forced to apologise for releasing a 'hot' filter that lightened users' skin tone.

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