It seems like a distant memory now, but the ice bucket challenge was sweeping the globe this time last year, and thousands of people were being drenched to raise awareness of Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS).
At the trend's peak, everyone from the milkman to Gwyneth Paltrow was filming themselves being soaked and nominating others to take part and donate.
It is believed that some 17 million people participated in the challenge.
Now, the ALS Association has revealed that 40 per cent of the $115million raised (£74million) has been spent or budgeted.
Of the remainder, 67 per cent will go towards research. $5million (£3million) of this portion will be dedicated to the Neuro Collaborative research group, which is creating stem cell lines from ALS patients that will mimic their nerve cells.
“We can start seeing why they're dying. We can start putting drugs on them to start seeing if we can slow them down,” Clive Svendsen of the Neurocollaborative told CNN.
“It's a bit like having an avatar of yourself in the petri dish.”
Some $23million (£15million) will be spent on patient and community services, to help patients with their communication and movement, and includes initiatives from supplying iPads to head-mounted laser pointers.
A $10million (£6.4million) portion is going towards educating the public as well as professionals such as doctors, while $3million (£1.9million) will be sectioned off for further fundraising efforts. A $2million (£1.2million) slice will be dedicated to processing donations.
In pictures: The famous do the ice bucket challenge
In pictures: The famous do the ice bucket challenge
1/16 Lady Gaga
Lady Gaga managed to keep an admirably straight face as she poured what looked like a solid silver bowl of cold water over herself
2/16 Homer Simpson
Fans were overjoyed when their favourite yellow cartoon character got involved in the campaign to raise money to help those suffering from ALS. As per usual with Homer Simpson, things escalated quickly
3/16 Reece Witherspoon
One of those who have arrived slightly late on the scene, actress Reece Witherspoon looks nervous but resolute as she has a bucket of ice-cold water chucked over her head
4/16 Lily Allen
Lily wore a bikini as she self-administered her bucket of icy water. She thanked Jess Glynne for the nomination, and passed the challenge onto Mark Ronson, Millie Mackintosh and rapper Giggs
5/16 Daisy Lowe
Celebrity ALS Ice Bucket Challenge videos seem to be coming in faster than we can watch them - model Daisy Lowe is one of the most recent to get involved. She was nominated by Sun journalist Dan Wooton, and passed it on to radio presenter Nick Grimshaw and Abbey Clancy
6/16 Bill Gates
One of the first to go viral on YouTube, Bill Gates had freezing water tipped over him in a bid to raise millions of dollars to fight the illness ALS
7/16 George W. Bush
It felt like quite an important moment when the former President of the United States accepted nominations from his daughter Jenna Bush Hager, golfing champion Rory McIlroy, Woody Johnson, and Jim Harbaugh. He nominated 'my friend Bill Clinton'
8/16 Jimmy Fallon
In an official letter this week, the ALS Association said: 'Never before have been in a better position to fuel our fight against this disease.'
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9/16 Tom Hiddleston
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis affects the brain and the spinal cord. Motor neurons degenerate and die which makes it increasingly difficult to move muscles
10/16 Rita Ora
There is no known cause of ALS, though there is a proven hereditary factor in some cases
11/16 Taylor Swift
There is also no known cure, though the millions being raised by the ALS association will go towards researching these great unknowns
12/16 Oprah Winfrey
The illness is also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease, named after the all-time great baseball player from the early 20th Century whose time at the top ended when he was stricken with the illness in 1939
13/16 Mark Zuckerberg
The Facebook founder is unarguably the master of the challenge, who – following his drenching – saunters off
14/16 Justin Bieber
Bieber's first attempt was pretty naff: he didn’t quite get it and decided not to use ice or a bucket to complete the challenge. Obviously, the internet moaned at him and he was brilliantly peer pressured into having another go
15/16 Justin Timberlake
Celebrities have been nominating one another to do the challenge
16/16 Christiano Ronaldo and Marcelo
The challenge is now making its way over to this side of the Atlantic, former Manchester United players Paul Scholes and Gary Neville both doused themselves in cold water for a terminally ill fan
ALS, or motor neuron disease as it's known in the UK, is a rare condition that the damages parts of the nervous system when motor neurone cells stop working properly. Over time, a sufferer’s muscles become weaker and often visibly waste away. This process is known as neurodegeneration.
Patients therefore find it increasingly difficult to walk, their grip weakens, and they are eventually left unable to speak, swallow or breathe.
Not content with resting on the laurels of last year’s success, the ALS Association is urging the public to make ice bucket challenges an annual event until there is a cure for the devastating disease.