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14 Stars Of The CW Do The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has been soaking people all across the nation these past weeks.

See your favorite CW stars take up the challenge!

The challenge is simple, pour a bucket of ice water over your head and nominate other people to do it within 24 hours. It has helped spread awareness for ALS which is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that affects nerve cells in the brain and the spinal cord. It has also helped raise millions of dollars in donations to help cure the disease.

Robbie Amell kicks off the fun by nominating his cousin and "Arrow" star Stephen Amell.

Amell answers his cousin's nomination and calls out other CW stars Jared Padalecki , John Barrowman and Grant Gustin.

ice bucket challenge by Misha Collins on YouTube

Misha Collins who plays Castiel on "Supernatural", tries to one up the competition with his adorable sons.

Jared Padalecki responds to his nominations with Jensen Ackles during a day of taping "Supernatural".

Don't miss Grant Gustin this fall on "The Flash" or his hilarious Ice Bucket Challenge video.

John Barrowman answers the call and challenges new "Arrow" cast member Colton Haynes.

Kat Graham from "The Vampire Diaries" challenges her co-starts to as she does.

Colton Haynes and Emily Rickards apologize for not doing the Ice Bucket Challenge but John Barrowman helps them see it through.

While Osric Chau is no longer Kevin on "Supernatural" he is still a part of the family.

"Hart of Dixie" stars stick together and do the challenge simultaneously.

"Jane The Virgin" is coming this fall and star Gina Rodriguez does her challenge in costume on set.

Now it's your turn!

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