Harry Potter fans are going to loooove this ALS Ice Bucket Challenge!

Actor Matthew Lewis, who we know and love as Neville Longbottom from the Harry Potter movie franchise, finally accepted the viral movement after being nominated an impressive four times.

"I've been putting this off for some time," the actor admits in his video. "But it's for a good cause."

Without further ado, Lewis takes his shirt off (oh my!) and stands in a trash can where he gets soaked by a giant bucket.

He would choose to nominate his fellow Harry Potter co-star, Tom Felton, to take the challenge next.

"Them ice baths at @leedsrhinos are cooold! Text ICED55 and the amount you wish to donate to 70070. @tomfelton," Lewis captioned the video. 

Not to be outdone, fashion designer Donatella Versace also stepped up to the challenge with a few shirtless friends.

Sitting next to two hunky models, the world-famous designer was brave enough to get drenched by two buckets.

"I'm not just here to ruin my makeup," she says in the video. "Please donate to ASL." Yes friends, she really means ALS.

The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has raised more than $94.3 million for Lou Gehrig's Disease since July 29, 2014.

Seth Meyers, Matt Damon, Kate Hudson and John Mayer are just some of the many celebrities who have joined the movement in the past several days.

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