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Basmah Qazi

This is what your favourite stars will look like when they're 70

The Project hosts have become household faces over the last 10 years, but on Wednesday, the show’s panel gave their viewers a sneak peek into what they’ll look like in the future by using the FaceApp ageing filter.

The hilarious segment left audience members in stitches as Waleed Aly, Carrie Bickmore and Peter Helliar all took part in the viral challenge.

First up was Carrie, with the 37-year-old looking well beyond her years in the transformed snap.

Her flowing blonde locks were replaced with greying hair, and her smooth skin was covered in fine lines and wrinkles.

As the camera panned back to Carrie, she looked visibly taken aback by the image.

“Why are you coming back to me, to prove how bad I look?” she joked with the cameraman.

Peter Helliar was next in the firing line, as a photo of him pretending not to know how to use a mobile phone was aged with the help of the filter.

“I don’t know how to use the phone. Bl**dy technology,” joked Peter.

Towards the end of the segment, Waleed was the last one to see how he would look in the next 40 years.

The academic and TV star was unrecognisable as he held a coffee cup in his hand and had grey hair.

Turning the laughter towards himself, Waleed said: “Scary thing about that was that there was no filter on that one.”

And they’re not the only ones jumping on board the viral sensation, as celebrities such as Manu Feildel, Grant Denyer and Dave Hughes have all revealed what they’ll look like in 40 years’ time.

"Do not let anyone do that older look thing on you," Hughes captioned his old age photo which he posted on Instagram.

Grant's photo looked incredibly realistic, as he joked that having "Bali-belly for 4 days is rather dehydrating".

Scroll through the gallery above to see what your favourite celebrities will look like in the future.