Tyler Posey Dunked On ‘The Ellen Show’ For Breast Cancer Awareness — Watch Now!

tylerTeen Wolf hottie Tyler Posey appeared on The Ellen Show yesterday, October 13th, along with singer P!nk. Since the beginning of October, Ellen DeGeneres has worked with many celebs helping to raise awareness and funds for breast cancer research. To raise it all, Ellen had a dunking booth set up so P!nk could throw these pretty pink balls to dunk him which in turn Ulta Beauty will donate $10,000 to research.

For Tyler, this is of great importance on a personal level. An aunt he was close to died a couple years before of breast cancer while his own mother is currently fighting her own battle with a different kind of cancer.

Check out this great video of a shirtless, yes shirtless, Tyler Posey getting dunked for $10,000 below!

 

‘Voice’ Finalist Christina Grimmie Says, Act ‘With Love ‘ And Adopt — Never Buy Dogs

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The With Love chanteuse also sat down for an exclusive video interview in which she shares Chloe’s story and stresses why adoption is so important. “I love my dog so much, and she’s like my best friend,” Grimmie says. “I feel like when you adopt an animal, it’s kind of like you’re saving them. … I would so much rather rescue a dog than just buy one.”

Not all animals are as lucky as Chloe was: Every year in the U.S., 6 to 8 million lost, abandoned, or unwanted dogs and cats enter animal shelters, and more than half of them must be euthanized because there aren’t enough good homes for them. Every dog or cat purchased from a pet store or breeder takes a home away from an adoptable animal—meaning that one more animal in a shelter will die.

Grimmie also addresses how essential it is to be sure that you can take care of your new best friend before you decide to adopt. “It’s very important to love your animal, feed your animal, but if you don’t have that time and responsibility to do so, then I wouldn’t get one,” she says. “You just gotta know what you’re about to handle.”

Grimmie joins a growing list of celebrities—including Daniella MonetChristian SerratosJustin BieberP!nkMadison BeerCody Simpson, and Glee‘s Lea Michele—who have teamed up with peta2 to help animals.

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