Fireworks singer Katy Perry and Lord of the Rings actor Orlando Bloom are known to be one of the hottest couples in Hollywood, but the pair surprised their fans this week when they transformed themselves into OAPs.
Taking to Instagram to showcase their new looks, Katy, 36 uploaded a selfie of herself with husband Orlando, 44, looking completely different from their usual glamourous appearance.
In the unrecognisable photo, Katy can be seen wearing long grey locks, grey eyebrows while her teeth had an obvious yellow hue- a complete contrast to her usual white gleaming gnashers.
Orlando also took a similar approach and sported long grey hair and a grey beard.
The couple both smiled happily for the camera and revealed there was a message behind the transformation.
Captioning the pic, the singer wrote: "Urgent message from 2055: Voting is a right and currently the freedom to vote is under attack.
"The For the People Act believes in hearing from ALL voices. If you believe that voting should be easy, accessible and convenient to all, please act now to pass the #ForthePeopleAct."
"#WhileYouCan. Link in bio. It's up to all of us!" She exclaimed.
Fans of the star were also taken aback by the couple's new 'look' and headed straight to the comment section to air their views.
One fan penned: "Grandma Perry and grandpa Bloom."
Another surprised fan said: "The yellow teeth though."
While a third taken follower chimed: "I don't know what to say really."
On Thursday, Katy gave fans an indication of why she and her husband transformed their looks so drastically as she shared a dramatised advertisement for the political organisation RepresentUs.
The advertisement was released with the couple in support of the For The People Act, which is a voting rights bill that is set to be presented to the American Senate next week.
In the short clip, a very elderly Orlando can be seen saying: "You are our only hope. The America you know doesn’t exist in our future. Democracy is dead."
While Katy responds: "It started when voter suppression ran wild all over America. The voting rights bills died in the Senate. Polling places closed. We lost our right to vote."
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