The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge is now making it's way around some of our favorite TV show casts. On top of the cast of Once Upon a Time, and Grey's Anatomy doing the challenge, the cast of Teen Wolf is also participating. Tyler Posey, Holland Roden, Max Carver and Tyler Hoechlin are a just a few of stars of MTV's Werewolf series to take the plunge into freezing cold ice buckets to raise money and awareness for ALS research.
These are probably the most creative ALS videos we've seen yet, prepare yourself to be wowed.
Tyler Posey accepts Colton Haynes nomination and goes for probably the most extreme ice bucket challenge we've seen so far. He fills up a kiddie pool with ice and proceeds to ride his bike from across the street into it, jumping off and diving in when he gets to the pool. After getting a second bucket dumped on him, he nominates his Teen Wolf costars, Holland Roden, and Max Carver to step up to the plate next.
Holland goes for the nonchalant approach, as she sits in her living room watching Frozen and eating some ice cream straight from the carton, little does she know that things are about to get even colder.
An unknown assailant dumps a huge bucket of cold water over her head, which she appears completely unfazed by it. She thanks her Scandinavian ancestors for her resilience to cold, before going ahead and nominating Crystal Reed, Ian Bohen and Pierce Brown.
Tyler Posey's other nomine Max Carver goes for the relaxing approach as he lights candles in his bathroom and fills his tub with ice water. He then proceeds to sit down in the tub while getting a bucket of water thrown on him. He passes the torch along to his Desperate Housewives momma Felicity Hoffman to go next.
Tyler Hoechlin was the original person to nominate Tyler Posey so we've come full circle with his video. He stand outside of his house as he prepares to get a cooler filled with ice water dumped over his head. He closes his eyes and cringes as he prepares for what is sure to be some pretty chilly water.
The viral video, which were the brainchild of 29-year-old Pete Frates, who has been living with the disease since 2012, have been burning up social media in the last few weeks. According to a statement that the ALS Association released today, the videos have helped raise $22.9 million since they started a few weeks ago. That is $21 million more than during this same period last year.
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