Celebrities Are Sharing Awkward Pics From Their Childhood To Raise Money For Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico still needs aid to repair the damage done by Hurricane Maria and restore some normalcy to the lives of the people devastated by the storm, so many celebrities are helping to raise money for the people of Puerto Rico.

But I guarantee no charity fundraiser will be as entertaining or endearing as the #PuberMe hashtag challenge started by Stephen Colbert and Nick Kroll:

So, how does #PuberMe work? It’s simple—a fact that's allowed it to easily go viral. For each celebrity who shares (on social media) a picture with that hashtag as well as #PuertoRicoRelief, Colbert will donate $1,000 from his AmeriCone Dream Ice Cream Fund and Kroll will match it, too. All money raised will go to One America Appeal, a charity started by all five living former U.S. presidents that helps with hurricane relief.

Hey @nickkroll and @StephenAtHome, this photo was taken the day I replaced
David Letterman. #PuberMe #PuertoRicoRelief pic.twitter.com/J1013j4rbr

— Conan O'Brien (@ConanOBrien) September 29, 2017

So far a bunch of funny folks have shown the world what they looked like at their most awkward, and I'm sure the submissions will continue to dazzle us with their dorkiness.

But the award for "most changed since childhood" definitely goes to Ryan Seacrest, who is unrecognizable in this photo from his "awkward phase":

See Celebrities Are Sharing Awkward Photos From Puberty For A Good Cause here

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