The ice bucket challenge seems to have led to positive change in the world. Actually, the ice bucket challenge could heal the world.
A woman discovered her husband was not only a cheater, but had a second family through what else—Facebook. Sometimes a good old lurk on your S.O. can do you good.
Remember last summer, when the Ice Bucket Challenge was in full swing and then it died down and a part of you felt guilty for feeling like, Phew, thank God that's over, because the charitable part means you shouldn't feel annoyed (right)? Take a deep breath, sit down, and meet its successor, the Twizzler Challenge.
Sam Jackson has a real challenge for all the celebrities who ever-so-boldly dumped a bucket of ice water on their head for ALS—he wants them to sing a song inspired by Eric Garner calling for the end of police violence. Awesome.
In August, the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge (remember that?) took a very dark turn when a video was posted of a teenager with autism tricked into being drenched with a bucket full of feces, cigarette butts, and water. Now five teens have been charged in connection to the incident.
Police in Ohio are investigating after a group of high school students used the Ice Bucket Challenge to trick a teenager with autism into having a bucket of feces and other body fluids dumped on his head.
Ah, the Ice Bucket Challenge. Who doesn't love a trend built solely around charitable contributions aimed at eradicating a debilitating disease? Me. I don't, because the mountain of attention we've given to the Ice Bucket Challenge reveals a far more depressing truth than any of us would care to admit.
Adorable little Scarlett, the girl who owned the internet this week by inviting her grandparents to "fuck your mouth," has issued a tiny and laughably insincere apology for her cursing. Like Scarlett, I'd like to take this time to apologize for getting what she said wrong. It was "fucking hell." A mea culpa from both…
In turn, Versace nominated Pedro Almodóvar, Pharrell and Prince. Her shirtless assistants then doused her in icy cold water, causing Donatella to release a beautiful, banshee howl that probably shook mountains. PRAISE BE.
Last night, Jimmy Kimmel hosted the baron of your heart Idris Elba. Who the hell cares what they talked about? Let's just watch some grown-ass men dump icey water on the man of your dreams. For charity!
If you've been waiting to make a donation to a great cause without having to take up a challenge as severe as dumping a bucket of ice on your head, have I got something for you. Now you can support an abortion fund and all you need is a taco. Or a beer. OR BOTH. Sounds like my kind of challenge.
Toddlers sure love surprises. And I bet the parents of this little girl were also pleasantly surprised by the string of swear words that emanated from her adorable lips when they poured a pot of water on her. From whence only babble came before, now came an unholy cursing of epic proportions.
Benedict Cumberbatch's take on the ALS ice bucket challenge is one for the books. And one for the Bookmarked folder.
I've been studiously ignoring all sides of the Ice Bucket Challenge kerfuffle—if people want to be cold and wet when they donate money to charity, that's fine by me, but let's not pretend like these videos qualify as "entertainment," let alone "comedy"—however, I was intrigued today to come across the "Ice Bucket…
Yo: This ALS ice bucket thing has gone too far if Vogue's Anna Wintour — the frostiest editrix of them all — is game. She let her signature bob get wet.
By now you've probably seen pretty much everyone everywhere take the Ice Bucket Challenge. But none of them can possibly compare to what Chris Pratt did when he was challenged.
The Ice Bucket Challenge is sweeping my Facebook news feed and has gone as far as to be featured the Today Show, so it can now officially be classified as having gone viral. Celebrities like Matt Lauer, Martha Stewart, golfer Michelle Wei and even the Elle.com digital team have participated in pouring buckets of…