Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images(NEW YORK) — Add Donald Trump to the list of celebrities taking part in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
Trump — nominated by ex-boxer Mike Tyson, World Wrestling Entertainment Chairman Vince McMahon and The Simpsons patriarch, Homer Simpson — completed the challenge with the help of Miss Universe, Gabriela Isler, and Miss USA, Nia Sanchez.
The 68-year-old business mogul also ended the long-running debate as to whether or not his hair is really his own.
In a video taped atop New York’s City’s Trump Tower, The Donald announces, “I’ve been called out by everybody for the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge — Homer Simpson, Mike Tyson, Vince McMahon — like everybody is going crazy over this thing.” He adds, “I guess they wanna see if whether or not this is my real hair, which it is.”
He then challenges his sons Donald and Eric, as well as President Obama. The president already passed on the challenge earlier this month when he was called out by Ethel Kennedy, the 86-year-old widow of Robert Kennedy.
The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has raised more than $88 million for Lou Gehrig’s Disease.
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