'Hi everyone, Brad here from quarantine'
For many high school and college graduates across the world, this time is very weird and understandably disappointing. After years of hard work, they face graduating into an uncertain world with none of the usual ceremonial traditions like a graduation ceremony, enjoying the end of class with friends or even sitting exams.
So several celebrities have got involved to wish the class of 2020 good luck and root for them. The latest is Brad Pitt, who delivered a special message to grads of Missouri State University, the state the 56-year-old grew up in.
In a video message, the recent Oscar winner introduced himself by saying: 'Hi everyone, Brad here from quarantine.'
He continued: 'It must be very strange doing this in these trying times, but we're rooting for you, our money is on you to make this world a better place and we wish you all the best in your future endeavours. You did it. You made it, enjoy, congrats again and think big.'
Other celebrities took part in an celebration over the weekend to congratulate students including Cardi B, Lebron James, Matthew McConoughey and even former president Barack Obama.