Brad Pitt surprises the 2020 Missouri graduation class with a quarantine message

Brad Pitt surprises the 2020 Missouri graduation class with a quarantine message

Brad Pitt surprises the 2020 Missouri graduation class with a quarantine message

Hollywood actor Brad Pitt made a sweet gesture to surprise the class of 2020 graduating from his home state of Missouri.

The video was later reposted on Missouri State University's Twitter page. He showcased the video with a video of his own with Bears mascot "Boomer".

Pitt, a native of Springfield - where the university is located - comes to the screen. But while they can't receive their degrees in person during the pandemic, at least the students graduating from Missouri State University got a special treat! She relied on the power of Twitter, and it worked. Yeah, it must be very odd doing this in these trying times, but know we're rooting for you", Pitt says, adding, "Our money's on you to make this world a better place.

The Academy Award victor, who donned turquoise shirt and sported grayish facial hair in the video, added, "Our money's on you to make this world a better place".

The 56-year-old Oscar victor was featured in the special message via a Twitter video from President Clif Smart and the college's mascot, Boomer the Bear.

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The pandemic has forced every academic institution to cancel their graduation ceremonies because of the strict guidelines imposed by the government amid the global crisis.

He went on to describe Springfield as "a place where people always remember where they've come from", before telling Brad to take it away. And we wish you well in your future endeavors.

The Once Upon A Time.in Hollywood actor, who graduated from Kickapoo High School, has spoken in interviews about what it was like growing up in Springfield.

Smart credited Dr. Elizabeth King, an assistant professor from Missouri State's College of Education, for putting the video together with Pitt.

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