See Rachael Ray, Jamie Oliver and Other Cooking Stars Get Soaked in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

08/20/2014 at 12:31 PM ET

Rachael Ray, Jamie Oliver, Gordon Ramsay ALS Ice Bucket Challenge
Courtesy of Jamie Oliver, Rachael Ray, Gordon Ramsay

Leave it to the food pros to add some special flavor to their versions of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, which has been sweeping the nation on social media the last few weeks.

Jamie Oliver did his with a Flashdance theme, Mario Batali got iced while standing in a tranquil lake and Anthony Bourdain cursed even before someone threw water on his head and then fell fully dressed into a pool!

Check out their icy endeavors, as well as other big names, like Luke Bryan and Ben Affleck, who endured the big chill for a good cause that has, so far, raised $23 million!

To make a donation, visit the ALS Association website. Have you participated in the Ice Bucket Challenge yet?

—Nancy Mattia

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Shelley on

What is the purpose of this ice bucket challenge besides bringing awareness to ALS? Does the ice represent something? I think it’s a fun challenge I just want to know what the ice is suppose to represent. Thx!

Anonymous on

Too bad there can’t be stories about all the kill shelters for all the innocent dogs being put down because people won’t spay/neuter the pets! This magazine is getting so vapid – enough already with the ice bucket challenge – we get it!

Nancy on

I believe it’s just so you will notice the person pouring ice on their head and wonder why they are doing it . . I think it’s just to bring awareness to the disease.

Steph on

Idk why but seeing celebs poor ice water over their heads brings me great joy lol!!

Leigh Mcquown on

jordan 12 on

How is it that just anyone can write a weblog and get as popular as this? Its not like youve said something extremely impressive more like youve painted a fairly picture through an issue that you know nothing about! I dont want to sound mean, right here. But do you really think that you can get away with adding some pretty pictures and not definitely say anything?

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