CHANCES are, you will have seen the iconic Cadbury’s eyebrow advert at least once or twice.
Eyebrows – the advert launched by Cadbury in 2009 to promote their Dairy Milk chocolate – saw two children and their amazing ‘ability’ to make their eyebrows 'dance'.
The advert featured a young boy, Bradley Ford, and a nine-year-old girl, Georgia Wake, sitting in front of a grey backdrop at a photographer's studio, as their eyebrows moved up and down at a crazy speed.
It became one of the most memorable adverts of the noughties, but now, Georgia Wake has told the truth about the advert – leaving many feeling ‘deceived’.
Posting on social media, Georgia claimed that she wasn’t actually moving her eyebrows and in fact, doesn’t have a dancing eyebrow talent.
Showing a snippet from the advert she was in, the brunette beauty, who is now in her 20s, asked: “Who remembers this iconic advert?”
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She then revealed: “When you lie to the nation about your eyebrow talent.”
Georgia later added: “How times change.
“Nine year old me was thriving.”
The TikTok clip, which was posted under the username @georgiawake just 21 hours ago, has quickly racked up a staggering 437,000 views and has clearly left many stunned.
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Social media users were horrified to find out that Georgia wasn’t actually moving her eyebrows in the video – so much so that people admitted they felt ‘deceived’ and claimed that their childhood was a ‘lie’.
One person said: “This advert had me in a choke hold. I finally learnt how to raise an eyebrow each. it only took me six years to master it to find out I was living a lie.”
Another added: “I was 100% convinced I could have robbed you out of a job I spent ages getting Amelia Clark levels of expression and you’re telling me it was FAKE?!”
A third commented: “I feel so deceived!”
Whilst someone else penned: “My childhood was a lie.”
At the same time, another user wrote: “This is why I have trust issues.”
Meanwhile, another claimed: “So you basically just had to sit there lol.”
Despite the majority of comments of people in shock, others were eager to praise Georgia.
One user put: “You’re a national treasure.”
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Whilst a second shared: “Iconic.”
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