Another selfie trend has been booming up these days, that is #WakeUpCall. This #wakeupcall is becoming popular, after th Ice bucket challenge which hit all corners of the world. Let’s see that does this trend will do, in comparison.
A new internet craze involving celebrities posting photographs of themselves in bed could become the next ‘Ice Bucket Challenge’. The#WakeUpCall campaign, in aid of the charity Unicef, combines the best elements of the ice water frenzy, which dominated the internet over the summer, and the #nomakeupselfie campaign, which also went viral earlier this year. The new Unicef campaign encourages people to post photographs of themselves taken within moments of them waking up.
Like #nomakeupselfie, which raised millions of pounds for Cancer Research UK, the Unicef project offers members of the public a glimpse into unguarded moments of the rich and famous. But unlike its make-up related predecessor it is already attracting contributions from men as well as women.
The idea was conceived by UK Unicef Ambassador Jemima Khan (pictured). Explaining the idea on Twitter, she said: “Post a video of your #wakeupcall or a photo of yourself first thing.“Then nominate three friends to show us their #wakeupcall and help wake people up to the crisis for Syrian children.”
Jeremy Clarkson has threatened to post more photos of him with chef Heston Blumenthal unless people donate to the campaign
Nicky Hilton joined other celebrities fundraising for Unicef UK by tweeting a photo of herself after she’d just woken up. The #wakeupcall campaign is in aid of Syrian refugee children
Good Morning Britain reporter Richard Arnold
Supermodel Naomi Campbell
Hugh Grant tweeted this photo of him in the movie Cloud Atlas
Model Laura Bailey
UK Vogue’s Deputy Editor – and David Cameron’s sister-in-law – Emily Sheffield
via – Telegraph