Seth Rogen stopped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show earlier this week and participated in a game with the host and her audience that still has us laughing.
The Neighbors 2 star played “Pitch, Please” with Ellen, where he had to pitch a product to the audience while only Ellen and the audience were able to see what the product was. Seth Rogen blindly pitching Vaseline had the audience in hysterics, and eventually Ellen couldn’t withhold her laughter either.
The laughs were all for a great cause. Seth and his wife Lauren created Hilarity for Charity in 2012, a foundation that raises money to support awareness about Alzheimer’s Disease, fund research to find a cure, and assist in the home care necessary to care for seniors who have the disease. After Lauren’s mother was diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s, the couple realized that more of a conversation needed to happen, especially among the younger generation.
Seth, of course, is well-known for his role in some of the funniest comedies to hit theaters in the last few years. We have a lot of respect for him using comedy to bring people together and raise money for a disease that affects more than five million Americans.
For more on Hilarity for Charity and how to take action, visit the foundation’s official website.