Get ready to be dunked! Josh Duhamel, the actor married to Fergie, sports some tight pink underwear over his black spandex suit on The Ellen DeGeneres show, airing today on NBC.
Similar to the ALS Bucket Challenge, Duhamel took to Ellen's talk show to raise $10,000 for breast cancer and $10,000 for ALS research. And getting dunked in the tank is the challenge!
Breast cancer months began at the beginning of the month and celebrities like Duhamel are taking to social media and talk shows to support the much-commercialized illness.
Besides raising awareness for the cause, the star gushed about his son Axl, 13 months, with wife Fergie.
"He's also defiant. They get to a certain age and they start to test you a little bit. So he'll stick his finger up my nose. I'll be like, 'No, you don't do that'. Then he'll stick it up his nose. And he thinks it's funny,"
When this summer's Ice Bucket Challenge went viral on social media, celebrities overpowered the challenge, raising awareness and nominating friends and families to accept. The reported funding for the ALS Association reached $100 million and was partly made by such celebrities as Duhamel who performed stunts such as this one.
Ellen DeGeneres had Kim Kardashian take the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge last month, and the video went viral. It seemed as though most of Hollywood took to the challenge, including Jennifer Lopez, Channing Tatum, Justin Bieber, Britney Spears, Oprah Winfrey, Miley Cyrus and many others.
We think daddy Duhamel looks great sporting his pink undies! Fergie is one lucky lady!
Duhamel and his wife are involved in many organizations, so it's not unusual for the actor to be sporting tight pink undies on national TV! He spoke to Women's Health about the Fergie getting the Black Eyed Peas to do a fundraiser for his flooded hometown of Minot, North Dakota: "She was the one who came and did the benefit concert back home. She was the one that talked to the rest of the Black Eyed Peas and they all agreed to come and do it. I can't even describe the energy in that place, after several months of trying to dig themselves out of this disaster. To see all those people come and have a good time for the first time in many months was incredible. She was a huge part of that."© 2019 Mstars News, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.