The Ice Bucket Challenge is still going strong, and still raising money for a ALS awareness. With so many stars taking up the challenge daily, it's hard to keep track of the most awesome, touching, heartfelt and totally bizarre challenges that pop up all the time.
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In an effort to keep you as up-to-date on the stars are pouring freezing ice-cold water over themselves in an effort to raise money for ALS, here is today's Ice Bucket Challenge video roundup!
Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan Tatum
Shooting their Ice Bucket Challenge in what appears to be an abandoned missile silo, 22 Jump Street star Channing Tatum and the Witches Of East End's Jenna Dewan Tatum get soaked by a giant trashcan full of freezing water.
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And who do they challenge? Jenna nominates Emmanuelle Chriqui, Kate Mara, Leah Renee and Janet Jackson. Channing has his sights set a little higher by nominating, after Reid Carolin, Academy Award regulars Jonah Hill, Meryl Streep and Daniel Day-Lewis.
You have to give him credit for at least participating. Shia took to a backyard somewhere to solemnly accept the ALS challenge before quietly and stoically pouring a bucket of ice (with very little water) over his head before nominating legendary New York-based performance artist Marina Abramovic.
Kristen Stewart, Nicholas Hoult and Scott Fahrendorf
For a new twist on the Ice Bucket Challenge, Kristen Stewart, Nicholas Hoult and Scott Fahrendorf decided to first dunk their heads in buckets of freezing water to see who could stay in the cold liquid the longest. They then followed this up with pouring it over their bodies.
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In the end, the three swear that they reused bath water and make a plea for others taking the challenge to be "considerate of California water conservation."
The former Spice Girl pulled off a relatively straight-forward Ice Bucket Challenge, but with the added cuteness of kneeling down so her children could join in on the water dropping.
Remember, not only those who accept or deny the Ice Bucket Challenge are allowed to donate. If you would like to give to the ALS Association, you can find them online here!