For her ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, Olivia Wilde poured breast milk over her head. Yes, really. (Maybe.) Check it out!
Congratulations to Olivia Wilde, 30, who officially wins the award for Most Bizarre ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Fulfillment. Because she couldn’t find any water, she decided to use breast milk! Watch, if you dare, to see Olivia Wilde dousing herself with a bucket full of icy milk.
Olivia Wilde Uses ‘Breast Milk’ In Her ALS Ice Bucket Challenge — Watch
“I hope it’s OK — I couldn’t find any water, so I’m going to use breast milk,” she told the camera, likely held by fiancé Jason Sudeikis, 38. “Took me all night to make this.”
Without further ado, she upended the bucket over her head.
Olivia Wilde’s Ice Bucket Challenge: Probably Just 2%, But Still Kinda Gross
Now, not that there’s anything wrong or dirty about breast milk, but this is still preeetty gross. While we’re fairly sure that Olivia did not actually produce this amount of breast milk for the challenge — or she’d be a withered husk of a woman by now — it’s still going pretty far for a joke to dump a bunch of iced 2% on yourself.
But hey, the point is to get attention and raise awareness and donations, and we can’t imagine a better way to do that than to claim you’ve just poured breast milk on yourself!
Olivia Wilde Breastfed Baby Boy Otis In A Photo Shoot For ‘Glamour’
Olivia probably went this route because she gained a lot of attention recently for a shoot she did with Glamour where she was photographed breastfeeding her baby boy Otis, just a few months old. It sparked some outrage, as women’s bodies do, but it was a totally gorgeous shoot and we love that Olivia kinda poked fun at the not-controversy with her ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
Thanks to the celebrity attention the cause has garnered, the ALS Association has raised over $70 million — incredible! Be a joiner and donate to the worthy cause over at ALSA.org.
HollywoodLifers, did you think Olivia’s ALS Ice Bucket Challenge video was funny, or kinda gross? Would you pour iced milk over yourself in the name of charity? Let us know.
— Amanda Michelle Steiner