GOOD NEWS LOOK: Janice Dean Gets Muddy at MuckFest to Raise Money for MS Research
Janice Dean got covered in mud over the weekend for a great cause that hits close to home.
The Fox News senior meteorologist and "Fox & Friends" regular was in Somerset, New Jersey for Muckfest MS, a 5K obstacle-filled mud run that raises money and awareness for multiple sclerosis.
Dean was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2005, a disease that targets the body's central nervous system.
— Fox News (@FoxNews) July 23, 2018
Muckfest MS has raised over $30 million for multiple sclerosis research so far.
On "Fox & Friends" Monday, Dean said that while the event was a lot of fun, it was physically grueling nevertheless.
"I loved it. I'm going to be back again next year," she said.
That’s a wrap! @MuckFestMS @foxandfriends Thanks to everyone who participated this year. We are getting closer and closer to curing #MultipleSclerosis I’m one lucky mucky duck! pic.twitter.com/vFMxCjJxut
— Janice Dean (@JaniceDean) July 21, 2018
"I had mud in my hair, I had mud everywhere. ... But you know I'll do anything for a good cause," said Dean, who has written extensively about living with the disease.
Watch the segment above.