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Stephen Amell, Jared Padalecki, Instagram


This calls for a hot damn alert!

While we're used to raving about our favorite female celebs' bikini bodies, we came to the realization that dudes don't get enough credit in the summer.

Need proof? Just look at Stephen Amell and Jared Padalecki's six-pack!

While vacationing in Lake Austin, Texas over the weekend, the close friends decided to pose on a dock without any shirts on. And before you ladies begin to go crazy, you may just want to hear the motive behind the pic.

"Stay Sunday Strong," Amell wrote on Facebook with a link to his friend's charity T-shirt campaign. "My buddy Jared Padalecki wants you to Always Keep Fighting." 

Jared Padalecki


For those who aren't aware, Padalecki has been open and honest about his struggle with anxiety and depression. As a result, he's created T-shirts to help benefit To Write Love on Her Arms, an organization that supports people struggling with mental health.

"To a degree there is certainly a taboo attached to it still," the Supernatural star told E! News. "There's still a large portion of the population who just want to say, ‘Buck up. Put on a happy face and everything goes away.' For some people, that works."

He continued, "For those of us who aren't so blessed, the message ‘Always Keep Fighting' is for us… Generation by generation, we're slowly stripping away that taboo, that strange dynamic of, ‘Oh, there must be a problem with you if you feel this way.'" 

Stephen Amell


On a lighter note, Amell and Padalecki appear to be having quite the time on vacation. Before watching Ronda Rousey's fight Saturday night, the pair was able to enjoy some quality time at the Austin Winery before some important articles of clothing vanished.

"We're doing a represent.com/Jared 2-day relaunch" Padalecki joked on Twitter Sunday. "Thank god! Because @amellywood and I lost our shirt :("

Don't think many people will be complaining about this one.

If you or someone you know needs help, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255)