Leave it to Lady Gaga to have the most head-scratching response to the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
The pop star uploaded her completion of the Ice Bucket Challenge -- initiated to raise money and awareness for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, otherwise known as Lou Gehrig’s disease -- to Instagram Monday, Aug. 18. In the video, Gaga sits wearing a studded leotard and black lipstick while holding a huge silver bowl.
"#IceBucketChallenge #ALS #SharePainShowCompassion I nominate Adele, Michael Rapino, Vincent Herbert, and Arthur Fogel #RichPeople," she captioned the video.
As of this week, the viral sensation has helped raise more than $13 million for the ALS Association since July 29, according to the New York Times. The campaign undoubtedly got momentum from the famous faces who participated, including Mark Zuckerberg, Oprah Winfrey and LeBron James.
While Gaga's video was certainly unique, other celebrities managed to set their videos apart from the rest.
Chris Pratt made the Ice Bucket Challenge his own -- and stayed on theme -- by drinking some Blue Ice vodka and a Smirnoff ice.
Comedian Amy Schumer did it, but apparently had the liquid of choice wrong.
Taylor Swift had her friends join in on the charitable fun.
Jimmy Fallon did it on stage with The Roots and some "Saturday Night Live" alum.
Tara Reid did it in her bikini.
Justin Bieber took the challenge twice.
Joe Manganiello's Ice Bucket Challenge got the support of Sofia Vergara.
Ben Stiller wondered what the "exact scientific connection is between getting ice water dumped on you and finding a cure, but OK" before his.
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