Country Stars Join the FaceApp Old Face Challenge

Written by Lauren Laffer
Country Stars Join the FaceApp Old Face Challenge
Brett Young and Thomas Rhett; Photo courtesy of Brett Young's Facebook

If you’ve been on social media at all in the last 24 hours or so, you’ve likely seen some famous faces taking part in the FaceApp Old Face Challenge. The challenge has users update current photos to look like they’re 50 or more years older and then share them to platforms like Facebook and Instagram.

Among those participating are Brett Young and Thomas Rhett, who shared a photo together of their well-aged faces.

“Couple Ex-Artists enjoying the links 🤣 // @thomasrhettakins thanks for making a picture with me that we took by our own hands,” wrote Young in a photo of the two eating after a round of golf.

Rhett commented on the pic, writing “Less beer and more green juice,” complete with a crying emoji face.

Young and Rhett aren’t the only two having a good time using the aging application. Artists including Jason Aldean, Chris Young, Carrie Underwood and more have posted their wrinkly faces on social media, much to the delight (or dismay) of fans.

One person not taking part in the old face challenge is songwriter, Shane McAnally, who joked that he’s taking part in a young face challenge in hopes of looking like his younger self a decade from now.

“This is so much better than that old shit,” he wrote in response to a fan who’d posted the younger photo. “That old one scares me. This makes me feel safe. And the picture on the right is where I plan to be in 10 years.”

Check out some of our other favorite FaceApp Old Face Challenge photos below!
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