After a few notable celebrities admitted that they didn’t bathe themselves or their kids regularly, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson reassured us that he was not hopping on the bandwagon. 

In response to a Twitter user who said she’d be “heartbroken to find out it Johnson was “one of those stinky ones.”

“Nope, I’m the opposite of a “not washing themselves” celeb,” the 49-year-old wrote. “Shower (cold) when I roll outta bed to get my day rollin’. Shower (warm) after my workout before work. Shower (hot) after I get home from work. Face wash, body wash, exfoliate and I sing (off key) in the shower.”

Another tweeter said that The Game Plan actor appears as if he would smell good.

“He looks like he would smell soothing.  Like baby powder and sandalwood,” they wrote. 

Johnson’s revelation comes after celebrities including Mila Kunis and husband Ashton Kutcher admitted that they rarely do a full-body cleanse and only wash their vitals daily. 

"I didn't have hot water growing up as a child so I didn't shower very much anyway," Kunis said during an appearance on Dax Shepard’s podcast Armchair Expert, adding that she’s allowed her children to follow in her footsteps. "I wasn't that parent that bathed my newborns, ever.”

Kutcher also weighed in and said that he only washes his crotch and armpits every day and only rinses his face off with water to get the salt out after a workout. The That 70’s Show actor also referenced how frequently the couple bathes their children, who are now six and four-years-old.

"If you can see the dirt on them, clean them," he said. "Otherwise, there's no point."

Days later, Shepard and his wife, actress Kristen Bell appeared on The View and were asked about their take on Kunis’ and Kutcher’s bathing habits.

"What's interesting is, we bathed our children every single night prior to bed as part of a routine -- and then, somehow, they started to go to sleep on their own without the routine," he said about his two daughters, 8-year-old Lincoln and 6-year-old Delta. "[Kristen and I] had to start saying, like, 'Hey, when's the last time you bathed them?'"

"Yeah, we forget," Bell added, as Shepard said the couple can go five to six days before washing their kids or until they start to smell. 

"I'm a big fan of waiting for the stink," the Bad Moms actress said. "Once you catch a whiff, that's biology's way of letting you know you need to clean it up. I don't hate what they're doing. I wait for the stink!"