Geordie duo Ant and Dec found a new way to pass the time as they burst into fits of laughter when trying out the “bald” Snapchat filter on both themselves and I’m A Celeb campmates
Ant and Dec try out Snapchat filterByJamie RobertsShowbiz Reporter
- 04:18, 23 Nov 2021
Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly found a hilarious way to pass time as they took a break from filming I'm A Celebrity.
The Geordie duo were messing around on their phone when they found a brilliant Snapchat filter which shows what you would look like with no hair.
Ant, 46, couldn't hide his amusement as he made best pal Dec's hair disappear using the filter and burst into fits of laughter as he showed his fellow 46-year-old the snap.
The pair reversed roles and couldn't stop the giggles after viewing Ant's image with Dec joking: "It's Ross Kemp."
"Look how shiny it is!," Ant exclaimed. "Eee, God, this is funny," he continued as Dec just kept saying "wow".
Deciding to up the ante, Ant said: "Let's do everybody!"
Dec snapped Ant as the pair tried out a filter on themselves and the I'm A Celeb contestants
Ant and Dec found the filter extremely amusing
The affable pair headed over to the computer screen which showcased this year's I'm A Celeb campmates going about their routine in the Welsh castle on a live feed.
As they started snapping away at the famous faces they quickly discovered the filter worked on the screen too and an overjoyed Ant said: "This is brilliant. This is my new favourite game."
He then took aim at one of this year's early favourites Frankie Bridge, much to Dec's amusement as the camera zoomed in on the now-"bald" singer.
Danny Miller was next to face the marvellous makeover after Dec changed the camera channel in search of the elusive Richard Madeley who kept managing to stay just enough out of shot.
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"Richard, Richard, Richard," Dec said in a teasing tone as the pair waited in the wings to snap him with the app.
"Come back Richard, RICHARD," shouted Ant as he desperately wanted to try out the funny filter on the presenter. "We will get Richard," he continued. "Believe you me, we will get Richard."
"He's unbaldable," Ant complained as he still wasn't able to get a good enough shot. "You can't bald the man.
"Richard! It's not working… He's got such wonderful hair. He doesn't want to be seen without hair."
The pair had to take a pic from Richard Madeley's publicity shot
The Geordie duo found David Ginola's bald look hilarious
The pair then joked they will get him eventually with Dec telling the camera: "We'll wait. We'll wait!"
They then turned their attention to footy legend David Ginola who was once known for his flowing locks as well as his fancy footwork.
When it was a success the duo let out a huge cheer and punched their air before they once again broke out in a fit of laughter after sharing the Frenchman's shiny new look to the camera.
That left them once again trying to hunt out Richard. While their attempts on the live feed ultimately failed, they called his hair his "super power".
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Much to their delight the app gave the Good Morning Britain man a smooth head when used on his publicity shot.
"Ahh, it works on a photo alright," said a jubilant Ant before admitting "it doesn't count if you don't get him live".
Dec teased: "There's a little taster," as Ant held the image up. "A little one to whet your appetite."
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