Ever wondered what the Top Gear lot look like as women?
Well, look no further, because FaceApp has turned Paddy McGuinnes, Chris Harris and Freddie Flintoff into a trio of lovely ladies, and it is a real treat for the eyes.
Dressed in their finest racing gear, the hosts sported luscious long locks and impeccable make-up as they morphed into their female alter-egos.
Paddy joked that the group had ‘never looked so good’ as he shared a snap of their feminine transformation on Instagram, and we kind of have to agree.
‘Top Gear meets Prisoner Cell Block H 😂 We’ve never looked so good!’ the 46-year-old comedian wrote.
He added: ‘Brand new @topgear coming soon. #weekend #saturday #staysafe #bea #doreen #lizzie #topgear.’
Chris Harris clearly wasn’t too pleased with his female version, as he commented: ‘WTF?’ under the photo.
The presenters reunited last month to start filming Top Gear again – with all the socially distant measures in place, of course.
Things quickly took a turn when Paddy ended up crashing a £250,000 Lamborghini Diablo during filming.
The TV star was said to have ‘cheated death’ when the supercar went off the road while he was driving it in ‘torrential rain’.
However, Paddy was quick to reassure fans that he’s doing fine.
Filming the damage to the car, he said: ‘I finally got to drive one of my fantasy childhood cars the Lamborghini Diablo but it turns out 30-year-old supercars don’t like torrential rain, who’d have thought?
‘If you’ve ever owned a Diablo or you’ve driven one you’ll know just as well as me, oh my God, she can be a cruel mistress, she can be a cruel mistress that one.’
The former Take Me Out presenter continued: ‘That V12 lures you in and suddenly “rawr” it bites you. I’m totally fine.’
Paddy concluded the clip by joking: ‘I’m going to have a cup of tea, a paracetamol and a good old cry.’
Paramedics and police were called after Paddy’s crash, with a BBC spokesperson confirming: ‘During Top Gear filming in North Yorkshire today presenter Paddy McGuinness’s car skidded and left the road, coming to an almost immediate stop.
‘Safety on Top Gear is always the production team’s priority and the vehicle’s speed at the time was within the road’s limit of 60mph.’
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