The Ice Bucket Challenge to support Project A.L.S. is not slowing down. Tons of celebrities have pored a bucket of ice water over their head. The endless list include Justin Timberlake, Ben Stiller, Robert Downey Jr., Matt Bomer, Taylor Swift, Christina Lopez and Cristiano Ronaldo.
Cristiano Ronaldo was doing the ice bucket challenge only wearing underwear. That was already weird, but nothing compared to how Lady Gaga did it. You might call it art. She sits wearing a black swimsuit on a chair and pours a big metal bowl filled with ice water over her head without a glimpse. Watch the video below.
While we have fun watching the celebrities get a shockingly cold shower, Project A.L.S. actually received millions. The organization announced that since the ice bucket challenge has gone viral last week millions of Dollars have been raised.
Watch below the Ice Bucket Challenge of Cristiano Ronaldo, Robert Downey Jr. and Ben Stiller.
Project A.L.S. was founded in 1998 by Jenifer Estess, her sisters, and friends, and has become the new paradigm for brain disease research. Project A.L.S. identifies and funds the most promising, rational, and aggressive research strategies among collaborators at Harvard, Columbia, Johns Hopkins, Cornell, Memorial Sloan Kettering, New York University, and The Salk Institute, among others.
To donate to Project A.L.S. visit their site.
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