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'Eyebrow kid' from iconic Cadbury's advert unrecognisable 15 years after it hit screens

'Eyebrow kid' from iconic Cadbury's advert unrecognisable 15 years after it hit screens

The boy from the iconic 2000s advert has recreated it, 15 years on

It's one of the most iconic UK adverts of the 21st century, and 15 years on, the 'eyebrow kid' has made a return to our screens.

You've seen it, haven't you?

Originally aired in 2009 on TV, two siblings can be seen sitting in a photography studio, about to have their portrait taken when the photographer leaves to take a phone call.

The boy then plays the beat of 'Don't Stop the Rock' on his digital watch, and the pair start to wiggle their eyebrows to the beat of the song.

The Cadbury's advert is remembered well by many Brits, and it's weird to think that it's been a whole 15 years since it first debuted on TVs across the country.

The 2009 ad was originally made to promote the Dairy Milk chocolate bar at the time.

It's a whole minute long, with the advert seeing Bradley Ford, 11, and co-star Georgia Wake, nine, pull of an incredibly complex and iconic choreographed 'eyebrow dance', which went viral as many tried to recreate it on YouTube after its release.

Bradley has tried to recreate the viral video. (Cadbury)
Bradley has tried to recreate the viral video. (Cadbury)
He's still got it! (TikTok/@the_eyebrow_kid)
He's still got it! (TikTok/@the_eyebrow_kid)

The crazy speed at which the kids moved their eyebrows was the talking point of the ad, so when Bradley posted a remake on TikTok under the username @the_eyebrow_kid, people were eager to see if he still had the skills now aged 26.

In the social media clip, where Bradley does show that the eyebrow wiggle must have been a skill he was born with, people can see how the Cadbury star looks after all these years.

His hair looks similar to how it did 15 years ago, but he looks like he enjoys being a part of UK TV history, using his account to parody the advert.

He sports a Liverpool FC training top in the clip as well, but that's where the differences end as he executes the moves to perfection in the video that has been viewed over 3.2 million times.

People loved the recreation, with Cadbury themselves commenting: "All these years later and you have still got it!"

One user commented: "You need to find the girl and do a collab," as another said: "I always thought that was cgi!"

To which he replied: "Never," with a smiling emoji.

However, Georgia has also come out since to reveal that it was actually CGI.

The country loves the advert. (Cadbury)
The country loves the advert. (Cadbury)

She made a video on TikTok too, saying: "When you lie to the nation about your eyebrow talent..."

Also adding: "Who remembers this iconic advert? How times change. Nine-year-old me was thriving."

Bradley later made a video, mentioning Cadbury and Georgia in the caption, saying that both he and his on-screen sibling have said that they want to recreate the classic ad today, with the ball being in Cadbury's court.

Let's hope they can pull it off, real or not.

Featured Image Credit: Cadbury

Topics: Viral, TikTok, YouTube, Weird