The men of Days of our Lives have an early Christmas present for fans, as several of the show’s most popular actors are taking part in Operation Christmas is Not Cancelled campaign and released a must-see video.
Days of our Lives Men Save Christmas
Lamon Archey, Salem’s own Eli Grant, is one of those who took part and tweeted a glimpse of the video.
“You know what’s SEXY?” he wrote promoting the campaign. The video has answers from DAYS’ striking men, with Archey answering, “Hosting the ultimate Christmas.”
Other fun answers include “Supporting our troops,” from a shirtless Paul Telfer (Xander Kiriakis) while running his hands through his wet hair; “Helping families in need,” by Shawn Christian (ex-Daniel Jonas); and “Being the hero your family needs,” by Robert Scott Wilson (Ben Weston).
Other Days of our Lives studs taking part in the campaign include Billy Flynn (Chad DiMera), Eric Martsolf (Brady Black), Christopher Sean (ex-Paul Narita), and Galen Gering (Rafe Hernandez).
Operation Christmas is Not Cancelled was started by Jen Lilley (Theresa) as a way to help the thousands of families in need who may not be able to have the Christmas they need and deserve this holiday season.
It’s part of a holiday contest that is set to bring as much magic as possible this season, supporting the United States Troops, children in need, and Toys for Tots.
As the official Operation Christmas is Not Cancelled page reads, “2020 has been rough, but there’s no way we’re canceling Christmas!” and provides the link for those to enter to win a Christmas tree, dinner, decorations, gifts, and $1,500 for your whole family at Christmasisnotcancelled.com.
Ten percent of the proceeds of each sweepstakes entry purchased by Dec. 10 will be donated to the USO, with a guaranteed minimum donation of $5,000. Join the DAYS men in taking part in this wonderful cause and help someone have a merry Christmas! Days of our Lives (DOOL) airs weekdays on NBC. Check your local listings for airtimes.
You know what’s SEXY? #Days https://t.co/ySGnb0Q9GB pic.twitter.com/ahbNorR2Mh
— Lamon Archey (@LamonArchey) November 10, 2020