Actor Brad Pitt seems to be everywhere at once this “trying days,” as he had another surprising appearance and gave a brief speech for the graduating seniors at Missouri State University (MSU).
MSU President Clif Smart posted video of himself with the University mascot, Boomer the Bear, for the graduating seniors.
Smart said he needed one more special guest to deliver a message to students who were graduating at home due to the coronavirus pandemic.
With that cue, Smart pulled out his cellphone and had Pitt do the talking.
“Hi everyone. Brad here from quarantine with a shout-out to the graduating class of Missouri State University. Yeah, it must be very strange doing this in these trying times, but know we’re rooting for you,” Pitt said.
“Our money’s on you to make this world a better place. And we wish you all the best in your future endeavors. So, you did it. You made it. Enjoy. Congrats again, and think big,” he added.
Pitt is a native of Springfield, Missouri.
MSU is located in said area.
Pitt made a skit at the Saturday Night Live (SNL) portraying Dr. Anthony Fauci, Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases last April.
Before that, he also had a cameo in John Krasinski’s YouTube channel “Some Good News” as a sort of weatherman.