Los Angeles, USA
Beyoncé, Jennifer Lopez and Taylor Swift will join Lady Gaga, Maluma and Camila Cabello in the graduation ceremony that YouTube will issue the 6 of June as a tribute to the american students who will not be able to hold its end-of-studies by the coronavirus.
The event, “Dear Class of 2020” (Dear class of 2020) continues the trend of other platforms and academic centers organize graduations digital for their students such as the one celebrated this week by the University of Missouri, which has had a speech from Brad Pitt.
With the intention to pay homage to those students whose end of the university stage has been altered by the pandemic, the former u.s. president Barack Obama and his wife Michelle give a speech at the event which will be broadcast in the open as a graduation ceremony alternative.
In this celebration are already confirmed interventions of Demi Lovato, Janelle Monáe and Billy Porter, among others.
In addition, Lady Gaga and the band of k-pop BTS disseminate their messages with the students and act together to Maluma, Camila Cannela, Alicia Keys, Lizzo, Camila Cabello, Chloe x Halle, CNCO, Doja Cat and Megan Thee Stallion.
Also engage the human rights activist Malala Yousafzai, the former secretary of Defence of the USA Robert M. Gates, the exsecretaria of State Condoleezza Rice and the cast of the series “Euphoria” and “Riverdale”.
Bill and Melinda Gates foundation have confirmed their participation, as well as the head of Google, Sundar Pichai,.
The Obama and other guests as they celebrated another event similar to last week, though on a smaller scale and involved the Latin stars Selena Gomez, Bad Bunny, Cadi (B, Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee.
For his part, the actor Brad Pitt became the star guest of the graduation ceremony digital offered by the University of Missouri to their students.
Pitt, who is from that state, asked the graduates to “think big” and recognized that “it must be very strange to do something like that in these difficult times”.
“But we are supporting,” said the actor, who participated after a professor of the institution to ask your presence in a tweet viral.