Mariah Carey Surprises ‘Schitt’s Creek’ Cast on ‘Dear Class of 2020′ [VIDEO]
The cast of Schitt’s Creek got together recently for the Dear Class of 2020 virtual celebration to pay tribute to this year’s graduates, and like most Zoom calls they experienced some Zoom-bombing. The cast was joined by an uninvited and unexpected guest that left them all in shock.
Fans saw the cast join together for the special virtual commencement celebration to honor students, teachers, and everyone involved in helping to finish out the 2020 school year. The group joined forces for a special video performance of the song "Hero" by Mariah Carey. Johnny (Eugene Levy), Moira (Catherine O’Hara), David (Dan Levy), and Alexis (Annie Murphy) kicked things off with a special thank to the all that helped to "shape young minds".
The rest of the highly popular show joined in as they performed the beautiful rendition of the song lead by Patrick (Noah Reid). As the song neared the end a very special guest popped onto the screen...Mariah Carey herself.
As a shocked cast looked on Carey commented,“Moira, darling, I hope you didn’t mind that I jumped in like that. You all just sounded so good." After popping in on the Zoom session, Carey finished the song off adding in the final verse and giving David, a major self-proclaimed fan, the biggest surprise.
Carey finished the special moment saying,"To the students who had to deal with this bleak moment, congratulations on this historic accomplishment. To all the students and teachers, you are so appreciated. And I just want to say, Class of 2020, you made it!" She went on to echo the sentiments of the entire cast in giving a special salute to the educators saying, “You rose to the occasion and you helped these students reach the finish line.”
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