Dear Class of 2020, is a new virtual commencement ceremony organized by Youtube for all the students who are graduating this year. It is meant to be an inspirational tribute to all who are suffering amid the coronavirus pandemic and whatnot. 2020 has been a hell of a year for everyone, and the reason for which gets stronger with each passing day.
Virtual Tribute to All 2020 Graduates!!
The ceremony is going to be streamed on the Youtube Original Channel and can be watched by all. The event is reportedly going to be around four-hour-long. The host for the show will be former US President, Barak Obama and his wife Michelle Obama. The event is going to be a star-studded one with numerous big names from different spheres of life, taking part in the virtual commencement.
We will see Beyoncé, BTS, Lady Gaga, Sundar Pichai, Secretary Condoleezza Rice, Secretary Robert M. Gates, and Malala Yousafzai as the notable commencement speakers apart from the Obama’s. There’s going to be more stars on the show, with special appearances from Taylor Swift, Melinda Gates, Alicia Keys, Kevin Durant, Tom Hanks, Hasan Minhaj, BTS, Camilla Cabello, and many others.
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The Premiere Date was Rescheduled
The show scheduled to be premiered on June 6 but because of the ongoing protest of George Floyd, Youtube was forced to reschedule.
The new date is set for Sunday, June 7 at 3:00 PM ET. You can stream the star-studded commencement ceremony on the Youtube Original channel. Get ready to be encouraged by your favorite celebrities.