They’re among many celebrities in sport, music and film donating a “once-in-a-lifetime” fan experience and rare items in conjunction with the All In Challenge, by the All In Challenge Foundation.
Most recently, it was announced that DiCaprio and Robert De Niro would join the challenge, offering a walk-on role in their upcoming movie, Killers of the Flower Moon.
The lucky bidder will also win a lunch with the two veteran stars, a day on the set and an invite to the premiere.
In a video shared to DiCaprio’s Instagram, they also challenged Matthew McConaughey, Ellen DeGeneres and Jamie Foxx to participate.
Bieber has vowed to fly out to sing One Less Lonely Girl at the house of the person who garners the winning entry, per Rolling Stone.
The challenge is the brainchild of Fanatics founder and Philadelphia 76ers partner Michael Rubin, in partnership with Alan Tisch and Gary Vaynerchuk.
Rubin shared a post on Instagram introducing the challenge to the world, writing: “We’re launching the ALL-IN Challenge with the goal of uniting the sports, business and entertainment communities to start the largest digital fundraising movement ever by raising tens of millions of dollars or more to help provide food for the growing number of people in need that COVID-19 crisis has created.”
“So I’m challenging every athlete, sports team owner, sports league, artist, celebrity and business titan to go all-in with me.”
The biggest names in sports, from Magic Johnson and Peyton Manning to Alex Rodriguez, are part of the fundraiser too.
Auction items currently listed have opening bids starting at US$500.
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