Adam Sandler tweeted a photo of her throwback in her graduation hat and dress to share an inspirational message to Class 2020.
Knowing that this year’s graduates had been denied the ability to celebrate at the commencement ceremony personally because the outbreak of COVID-19, comedian, 53, showed a bit of solidarity – remembering how boring his graduation was.
“Hellooooo high school and college classes in 2020. Sacred cow. The way to go. You do it. You are officially smart. You work hard and you deserve respect,” Sandler tweeted Tuesday. “Sorry it’s a hard time to graduate, but do you know what I did on the night of my high school graduation?”
“I sat at home with my parents and we all just stared at each other like you do now. Then the fun began,” he wrote, adding, “Love you all. Congratulations. Enjoy. Get ready and prepare to save the world. We need you. Love , The Sandman. “
Sandler is just the latest Hollywood celebrity to support Class 2020.
Oscar winner Tom Hanks send a special encouragement message for seniors at Wright State University this month. Actor, who recovered from COVID-19 earlier this year, praised students who graduated amid a pandemic and offered advice to move forward to the unknown.
“You who are chosen will form a new structure and discover a new reality and create a new world, a world after everything we have gone through,” Hanks said in a video message.
Oprah Winfrey gives lively opening speech during Facebook and Instagram virtual graduation celebrations. Mogul media asks graduates to “use this disorder that COVID-19 has created” to imagine ways they can improve their lives and the lives of others.
“The fact that you are still alive means that you have been given a reprieve to think deeply about that question. How will you use what is useful for yourself, your community and the world?” Winfrey asked.
Brad Pitt surprisingly graduates at Missouri State University in his hometown of Springfield with his own message.
“It must be very strange to do this in these difficult times, but we know we support you. Our money to make this world a better place. And we wish you the best in the future,” Pitt told students in a the video.
“You did it!” Pitt added. “You did it! Enjoy it, congratulations again, and think big.”
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