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Kingston Rossdale takes ALS Ice Bucket Challenge (video!)

Watch as Gwen Stefani's son Kingston Rossdale gets a bucket of ice dumped on him for the ALS (Lou Gehrig's disease) awareness campaign that has gone viral.

Kingston Rossdale takes ALS Ice Bucket Challenge (video!)

Are you on Twitter or Facebook? If so, those feeds of yours are no doubt inundated with talk of the ALS Ice Bucket Challengeand friends and celebs partaking in the cool viral challenge and bringing awareness to ALS (Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, which is otherwise known as Lou Gehrig's disease). Indeed, as of Monday, August 18, The ALS Association made $15.6 million in donations!

Celeb parents who've partaken in the challenge to dump a bucket of ice water on themselves include Chris Pratt, Ben Stiller and Christine Taylor and Jaime King (with Taylor Swift), among others. But the latest, cutest celeb to take the challenge is eight-year-old Kingston Rossdale!

Kingston's mom, Gwen Stefani, posted the big event on Instagram for all to see. Watch, as his younger bro, Zuma, 5, and dad Gavin Rossdale dump a massive blue bucket of ice water on him!

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Kingston Rossdale Ice Bucket challenge Photo: Gwen Stefani via Instagram

“Hello, my name is Kingston Rossdale,” he says (in his super cool red super-hero tee). “This is for ALS. I nominate my dog.” (Kingston's dog now has 24 hours to accept; will he do it?!) So cute!

Gwen proudly captioned the photo, "Kingston joins the ALSicebucketchallenge gx."

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This article was originally published on Aug 19, 2014

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