Is there anyone in Hollywood who hasn't accepted the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge?
During NBC's "The Tonight Show" Wednesday, Jimmy Fallon opened up his suggestion box and heard from a viewer who nominated Lindsay Lohan but had yet to see her follow through. "I know Lindsay. She's a very talented, very pretty actress, but she's in London right now doing a play, "Speed-the-Plow." It would be impossible to get her here in time," the New York City-based late-night host said. "But here at 'The Tonight Show' we're all about making the impossible possible! Ladies and gentleman, Lindsay Lohan!"
Enter Lohan, who emerged from behind a curtain.
She challenged Brooklyn Community Services' Duffield Children's Center, Prince Harry and Jared Leto.
Drake, meanwhile, accepted his challenge on stage in Pittsburgh earlier this week. Lil Wayne showered his tourmate with a bucket of ice water, and Drizzy made fans go wild after removing his soaked shirt. Like many celebrities, Drake nominated Beyonce to participate. So far, the "XO" singer hasn't accepted.
Sarah Jessica Parker completed her challenge in Houston, Texas, and uploaded three Instagram videos. Wearing only a towel, the actress nominated E!'s Joan Rivers and Kim Kardashian, plus Billy Eichner.
Channing Tatum embraced wife Jenna Dewan-Tatum as they took one for the team. The spouses nominated Daniel Day-Lewis, Jonah Hill, Janet Jackson and Meryl Streep and re-nominated Kate Mara.
Nicole Kidman accepted Faith Hill's nod and asked Jason Bateman, Russell Crowe and Colin Firth to take part. Bateman did so immediately and challenged Will Arnett, David Cross and Justin Theroux.
In addition to raising awareness for Lou Gehrig's disease, people have donated $100 or more to fund amyotrophic lateral sclerosis research projects. It's raised $31.5 million between July 29 and August 20.
Chace Crawford and Verne Troyer have also participated in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.