WOW! Scott Eastwood is the latest celeb in a slew of stars to step in front of the camera for the #22PushUpChallenge, that’s now gone viral! The hunky star showed off his fit, muscular body in his own video — SHIRTLESS! We can’t stop staring! Wait until you see who he challenged next! Watch here.
Scott, 30, took to Instagram August 17 to raise awareness of America’s soldiers who suffer from mental health issues. Launched by #22Kill, the challenge requires individuals to complete 22 push-ups, which is the average number of veterans who commit suicide every day, according to the global movement’s website.
When he completed the challenge, (with ease), he did a 23rd push-up for good luck, and called out Ludacris, 38, who he accused of “being hungover from Kevin Hart‘s wedding,” and demanded ” you better get down and give me 22!” LOL. He even tagged him and included his command in the caption.
In the epic video the actor addresses the movement and says he saw his “boy” Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, 44, do the challenge, so he decided to jump in on the cause. He started to do his 22 push-ups, and then stood up and said, “Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, hold on. This doesn’t feel right.” After that, he ripped his shirt off and unleashed his insane, muscular body and we aren’t complaining!
Scott also captioned his ab-filled video with an important message, informing everyone what the challenge was all about. He included a phone number to call if anyone is suffering that read, “1-800-273-8255.” He even thanked Chris Pratt, 37, for calling out “people” to do the challenge as well. We’re so happy to see all of these stars coming together to raise awareness and support for an important cause. You can learn all about the #22PushUpChallenge right here on the official website.
We’re not surprised by Scott’s chiseled physique and athletic ways since he’s usually super active. He’s no stranger to supporting good causes either. The actor was the least bit shy about showing off his figure while running in the South Beach Triathlon in Miami on April 3, a race which benefited St. Jude Children’s Hospital. Keep up the good work, Scott!
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