A new social media challenge has the stars showing off their dance moves — all for a good cause!
The “Dance or Donate Challenge” has already received support from top-notch artists such as Jennifer Lopez, Kelly Clarkson and Thomas Rhett as it works to raise awareness and funds for the United Cancer Front.
The initiative kicked off with UCF founder Lilly Tartikoff who challenged 16 celebrities to join in the challenge including Hoda Kotb, Clarkson, Jimmy Fallon, Julianne Hough, Katy Perry, Will Smith and Eva Longoria.
Of those challenged, Kotb, Clarkson and Hough have already stepped up, showcasing their moves online.
Rhett joined in on the fun, but instead of dancing behind the scenes, the country singer, 29, accepted the challenge in front of 20,000 fans!
“So there’s this awesome cause going around right now called the Dance or Donate Challenge, has anyone heard of this?” he told the crowd. “I’m going to — in honor of that challenge — right now, in Pittsburgh with 20,000 of my friends watching, I’m gonna dance.”
J. Lo accepted too, dancing backstage at her It’s My Party tour stop in New York City, where she had to reschedule her show due to a citywide blackout.
“I heard from a little birdie that Hoda challenged me for the Dance Or Donate Challenge,” the 49-year-old says in the clip.
“Ok ok I see you,” commented Derek Hough on the post, seemingly accepting the challenge.
Hough got challenged twice to do the challenge already — by both J. Lo and his sister Julianne!
On her Instagram, Julianne shared a video of herself dancing along to “Sway” by Tove Styrke.
And it looks like the Today Show team is joining in on the fun. Guthrie shared an adorable video of herself dancing with her 4-year-old daughter Vale.
“Alexa, play ‘Jump Around,'” says the little one in a clip before asking Guthrie, “Mommy, spin!”
“You like the sprinkler? You into it?” she says. “I’m just watering the world with my love.”
The United Cancer Front, which kicked off this initiative, works to support leading cancer doctors and scientists as they develop new approaches to dealing with cancer.