In addition to Urban, other country stars who take part in the ice bucket challenge to spread awareness to ALS include Tim McGraw, Justin Moore and Dierks Bentley.
Many stars have taken part in ice bucket challenge to spread awareness to ALS or Lou Gehrig's Disease. After Justin Timberlake, Ansel Elgort, Jimmy Fallon and others completed their challenges, now more celebrities in country music such as Keith Urban, Justin Moore and Dierks Bentley as well as rapper Lil Wayne dumped icy water on their head for charitable cause.
Urban uploaded a video of him completing the challenge on YouTube on Thursday, August 14. In the video, the singer calls out Tim McGraw, Eric Church and John Mayer to do it in 24 hours or make donations.
McGraw immediately responded. On the same day, he took to Facebook to share a clip of him completing his task. "I was challenged by Keith Urban to the #IceBucketChallenge! You're next Tyler Perry, Garrett Hedlund & Chris Martin of Coldplay! #StrikeOutALS," he captioned the clip.
Lil Wayne also excitedly took part in the challenge. Posting his video on Wednesday, Tunechi sports an all-black outfit and blue sneakers as he completes the task as a part of his weekly "Weezy Wednesdays". Before dumping the water on his head, Wayne takes a moment to ask all of his fans to do the challenge or donate.
Moore, who has been spending his time with family, uploaded his video on the same day. "I can't just enjoy a nice day at home with my family after being gone for two weeks. I have to do the Ice Bucket Challenge, but at least it's for a great cause - raising awareness for ALS and raising a lot of money. I'm happy to be able to do it," he says in the clip. The "Lettin' the Night Roll" singer, who was nominated by radio deejay B-Dub, calls out tourmates Thomas Rhett and Miranda Lambert.
A short clip uploaded by Bentley even includes a slow motion replay. The shirtless singer screams and laughs after throwing the water on his head.