Though graduation ceremonies across the country have been nixed or postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic, celebs are coming together to give the Class of 2020 star-studded sendoffs.
A multi-hour graduation ceremony hosted by Facebook and Instagram and featuring a commencement address by Oprah Winfrey will be livestreamed on May 15.
Awkwafina, Jennifer Garner, Lil Nas X, Simone Biles and other stars will also join in to offer words of inspiration, and Miley Cyrus will give a performance of her hit "The Climb."
The event, called "#Graduation2020: Facebook and Instagram Celebrate the Class of 2020," will be available to stream on Facebook Watch and the Facebook App page. Clips from the ceremony will be shared on the Instagram account and participating celebs' Instagram pages.
The social media giants aren't the only ones playing "Pomp and Circumstance." Her Campus, an online magazine dedicated to college women, is also throwing a virtual commencement ceremony, called "#ImStillGraduating," that will feature appearances from Eva Longoria, Liam Payne, Jesse McCartney and more.
The event, also occurring online May 15, promises to be "the best commencement ever," according to the website.
Graduating students can apply to give a speech or performance at the ceremony or nominate classmates for these roles. There's also an option for students to create their own digital graduation announcements, which can be forwarded to family and friends.
On the Video Booth page, people can upload clips of themselves giving positive messages to graduating students.
Other big names making appearances include former Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang, tennis star Billie Jean King, Olympic gold medalist Nastia Liukin, comedian Margaret Cho and Ohio Gov. John Kasich.
These aren't the only ways celebs are helping students who are missing out on school traditions due to coronavirus. On April 17, John Krasinski hosted a virtual prom featuring performances from A-listers including Billie Eilish and the Jonas Brothers.
John Krasinski hosts a virtual quarantine prom with Billie Eilish and the Jonas Brothers
The virtual event took place on Krasinski's YouTube channel Some Good News, where he shares videos of himself highlighting positive stories amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
During the livestream, Krasinski bobbed along in a tuxedo as Eilish and her brother, Finneas O'Connell, performed their hit "Bad Guy" over video chat.
The Jonas Brothers also joined the virtual prom. Rocking blazers despite a quarantine, the trio performed their hit "Sucker."
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