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Here's Whats Up With That Old Face App All Your Friends Are Using

If you've been on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram over the last few days there's no doubt you've seen at least one of your friends posting photos of themselves showing what they would look like as an old person. The #FaceApp challenge is taking over the internet thanks to its pretty realistic aging process that has many celebrities taking the challenge too. Unlike many viral online challenges, this one seems pretty harmless and a lot of fun.

FaceApp is a popular selfie app that recently added the aging filter and people can't seem to get enough of it! The app takes an original picture and adds everything from sagging jowls to wrinkles and grey hair, all to create a hyper-realistic image of what someone would look like decades older. The appeal of the picture is how real it is, giving users what many believe to be an actual glimpse into their future.

Nick Jonas took the #faceapp challenge and posted the results on his Instagram page.

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OMJ. Old man Jonas.

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But that was nothing compared to when all three Jonas brothers took the challenge.

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When you take a trip to the Year 3000.

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Actor Kevin Hart posted his own photo from the set of his upcoming movie, Fatherhood, with the caption, "Strong ass old man face and upper body."

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Strong ass old man face and upper body 😂😂😂😂

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According to USA Today, the app states in its privacy policy that the pictures you upload are collected, so be mindful when it asks for access to your photos and only allow the app access to photos you choose to upload. Despite privacy warnings, everyone seems to be obsessed with this new filter for the app that was developed by a small team out of Saint-Petersburg, Russia.

Actor James Marsden posted his own #FaceAppchallenge, writing jokingly, "Sorry it’s been a while since I last posted."

Drake also posted his own pic, proving that some people simply get better with age.

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Best caption wins ovo tickets

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Celebrity Chef Gordon Ramsay also took the challenge writing "Me doing a demo on #MasterChef Season 50...."

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Me doing a demo on #MasterChef Season 50....

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While many are concerned over privacy issues using the app, experts like security researcher Elliot Alderson (real name Baptiste Robert according to Forbes magazine) says users have no reason to be concerned about using the app.

Forbes also notes that while people are now becoming alarmed that this app may have access to all their photos, many other apps people keep on their smartphones also have access to their pictures, and more. " Your every move via location tracking, for instance."

Celebrities don't seem too concerned with more and more uploading their own #FaceAppChallenge pics.

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🤔🤷🏾‍♂️ Grandpa Wade huh

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Have you taken the #FaceAppChallenge yet?

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