Terry Crews

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The great shower debate! Terry Crews leads a ‘squeaky clean’ life [watch]

‘America’s Got Talent’ host Terry Crews has added his voice to the great shower debate. Here’s what he has to say…

Terry Crews

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Terry Crews is the latest celebrity to add his voice to the shower debate. A few celebrities had already said they didn’t believe in showering every day, but the America’s Got Talent host says he showers several times a day.

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Crews looked dashing in a red suit and matching red shoes to match in an interview with Access Hollywood.

The 53-year-old actor and television host shared that he actually showers three times a day, unlike some Hollywood celebs… 

The day of the interview he said he had in fact taken several showers that day. “I took one in the morning, after the workout and then I took one before I got here; then I took one in between acts!” 

He said he actually loves to shower because he spends a lot of time working out. 


In a podcast interview, Hollywood actors Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher said that they didn’t take showers every day. They also said they gave their children a bath when there was visible dirt on them. 

Another Hollywood star who added their voice to the great shower debate was Jack Gyllenhall who said not taking a shower daily helps the skin. 

“It is also really helpful for skin maintenance, and we naturally clean ourselves”, he said.

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London-based dermatologist Derrick Phillips said taking a shower once a day may not be absolutely necessary every day for your health. Phillips also mentions that the skin is self-cleaning and exfoliates naturally. 

“Washing once a day is adequate for most children and adults to maintain a socially acceptable level of personal hygiene and cleanliness.”

He continues to say, “[Showering every day] isn’t necessary, but I also don’t think it’s harmful to our skin as is being reported widely in the media lately.”