How to Watch 'Dear Class of 2020' Featuring Beyoncé & Michelle Obama

Amy Mackelden
Photo credit: Paras Griffin - Getty Images
Photo credit: Paras Griffin - Getty Images

From Harper's BAZAAR

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, graduation ceremonies have been taking place online. To support all of the students who are graduating in 2020, celebrities have been delivering inspiring virtual commencement speeches during live streams instead.

The latest event, YouTube Originals "Dear Class of 2020," features a whole host of talented performers and public figures, who will join together to celebrate the next generation of graduates. Here's how you can tune in on June 7, 2020.

"Dear Class of 2020" is hitting YouTube.

The virtual commencement celebration will stream live on YouTube from 3 p.m. EDT/12 p.m. PDT on June 7, 2020. The major event features Lady Gaga, Michelle and Barack Obama, and Beyoncé. Basically, you won't want to miss it.

So many celebs are joining the already star-studded line-up, including Lizzo, Meghan Thee Stallion, BTS, Maluma, Bill and Melinda Gates, Taylor Swift, Jennifer Lopez, Zendaya, Yara Shahidi, Demi Lovato, Billy Porter, Kerry Washington, Katy Perry, Chloe x Halle, the cast of Riverdale, Alicia Keys, and Condoleezza Rice.

You can stream it on the following services from 3 p.m. EDT:

The YouTube Originals channel STREAM NOW

The Learn at Home website STREAM NOW

The event is a partnership between the Reach Higher initiative, which Michelle Obama started at the White House, and YouTube. The four-hour graduation ceremony was originally set to take place on June 6, but was postponed to honor George Floyd's memorial service, which took place on Saturday in Floyd's hometown, Raeford, North Carolina.

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