Lewis Capaldi morphs into Paul McCartney lookalike as he uses FaceApp

Lewis Capaldi morphs into Paul McCartney lookalike as he uses FaceApp

Singer Lewis Capaldi is the latest celebrity to try the viral FaceApp challenge.

The Scottish star, 22, posted a photograph of himself alongside One Direction singer Niall Horan, adding: “I look like Paul McCartney if he was really ill.”

FaceApp has gone viral with celebrities from all strands of the entertainment world sharing the results of what they could look like in older age.

Hollywood star Zach Braff shared a photograph of himself and his Scrubs co-star and close friend Donald Faison.

Alongside a picture of the two on a speedboat he wrote: “This is honestly how I pictured my old age.”

View this post on Instagram

This is honestly how I pictured my old age.

A post shared by Zach Braff (@zachbraff) on

Friends star Courteney Cox shared her ageing efforts and joked about her hairstyle.

View this post on Instagram

I probably won’t wear my hair like this.... 👵🏼

A post shared by Courteney Cox (@courteneycoxofficial) on

British star Paul Bettany shared a photograph of himself alongside one of his Avengers co-stars, Winston C Duke.

Bettany joked that Duke looked better than him, and described himself as looking like “Paul Newman’s balls”.

Former Strictly Come Dancing winner Ore Oduba reckoned he looks like Burt Reynolds.

View this post on Instagram

Burt Reynolds 👍🏾 #faceapp

A post shared by Ore Oduba (@oreodubaofficial) on

Strictly professional dancer Graziano Di Prima wasn’t best pleased with his FaceApp results.

An early participant of the challenge was TV chef Gordon Ramsay.

Other stars who have shared their aged photos include Canadian rapper Drake, British singer Sam Smith and rapper Lil Nas X.

- Press Association

More on this topic

David Gray announces 3rd and final White Ladder date in DublinDavid Gray announces 3rd and final White Ladder date in Dublin

Five things you need to know about Dermot KennedyFive things you need to know about Dermot Kennedy

Dermot Kennedy is first Irish artist in 20 years to top UK charts with debut albumDermot Kennedy is first Irish artist in 20 years to top UK charts with debut album

Help! Hunt launched for Paul McCartney’s original ‘Beatle bass’Help! Hunt launched for Paul McCartney’s original ‘Beatle bass’

More in this Section

'She's like a little Buddha in Clonard' - great, great grandmother Nancy turns 106'She's like a little Buddha in Clonard' - great, great grandmother Nancy turns 106

In Pictures: Standoff between fox and marmot wins top photography prizeIn Pictures: Standoff between fox and marmot wins top photography prize

Brexit-free news channel launched by Sky NewsBrexit-free news channel launched by Sky News

Armed police drive pregnant woman to hospital in time to give birthArmed police drive pregnant woman to hospital in time to give birth


Lifestyle

Can you imagine Spanish churros, Moroccan tagines or even Christmas cakes without its fragrant taste?MIchelle Darmody: Warm smells of cinnamon

Rachel Howard visits the South Moravia region to sample this eastern European country’s finest tipples.They’re big on beer but could the Czech Republic be raising a glass to wine tourism too?

Lisa Salmon catches up with a cardiologist, who explains how a patient’s own stem cells can repair damage from heart disease and heart failure.How stem cells are mending broken hearts

Hannah Stephenson discovers America’s dark past and Martin Luther King’s vision for its future by following the civil rights trail.Charting America’s path to freedom on a road trip through the Deep South

More From The Irish Examiner