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Justin Theroux & Jennifer Aniston did the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge: cute?

Aug 25 2014 10:35am CDT | Source: Celebitchy.com

A few days ago, Justin Theroux finally got around to accepting his ALS Ice Bucket Challenge from Jason Bateman and some other people. Justin’s friend Jimmy Kimmel posted the video which is pretty standard as far as the ice bucket challenges go. The only thing that worried me was that poor fluffy puppy who was investigating Justin’s boots just a second before the water was dumped. Poor puppy. The puppy took the Ice Bucket Challenge too ...
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