So we’re about to start into another week, and yes, the “Ice Bucket Challenge” is still a thing. Dozens of Eurovision celebs have already met their icy destiny, but there are still plenty more willing to follow suit. And with the likes of Roman Lob and Dima Bilan opting to go topless, it’s very hard to complain.
To check out our complete “Ice Bucket Challenge” archive click HERE. For an explainer on the reasoning behind the campaign and donation details scroll to the bottom of the page.
Here’s our latest round up.
Roman Lob (Germany 2012)
Senhit (San Marino 2011)
David Ducasse Of Scooch (United Kingdom 2007)
Glen Vella (Malta 2011)
Molly Smitten-Downes (United Kingdom 2014)
Dima Bilan (Russia 2006 and 2008)
Dino Merlin (Bosnia & Herzegovina 1999 and 2011)
Ozgur Can Oney Of Manga (Turkey 2010)
Iris (Belgium 2012)
Zeljko JoksimoviC (Serbia & Montenegro 2004, Serbia 2012)
Brian Kennedy (Ireland 2006)
Olia Tira (Moldova 2010)
Igor Cukrov (Croatia 2009)
While most have embraced the challenge, Croatia’s 2009 entrant has decided to pour cold water over the campaign rather than himself.
It’s controversial, but do y’all agree?
What is the “Ice Bucket Challenge”?
For those of you who’ve been living in a social media vacuum, the “Ice Bucket Challenge” was started by the American ALS Association in July to raise awareness of the degenerative and incurable ALS or motor neurone disease, the campaign has completely snowballed over the last week, as more and more people get involved. The challenge involves participants recording themselves pour large quantities of water and ice over their heads, posting the clip online, and then nominating others to complete the challenge within 24 hours, while making a charitable donation.