Selena Gomez is putting all her past drama behind her for a much bigger cause. She’s teaming up with former BFF Demi Lovato, former fling Orlando Bloom, and a bunch of other celebrities to celebrate WE Day.
Sunday, Aug. 28 on ABC, the WE Day broadcast will show everyone the importance of the WE Movement, which brings people together and gives them the tools to change the world locally and globally. It’ll have huge performances, inspiring speeches and some features that show people making a huge change to themselves, their communities and the world.
Craig Kielburger, the cofounder of WE, explained what a difference this day will hopefully make for everyone involved. He said, “Everyone is invited to take part in the WE movement and take the WE Pledge, whether you’re a parent looking for support in raising caring and compassionate children, or a young person looking to take action in your own backyard.”
Kielburger added, “Being empowered to change the world is what WE Day and the WE Movement are all about, and taking the pledge is where it all begins — encouraging everyone to join together and make a lasting impact on issues that they care about.”
Demi Lovato is also excited to be part of the event and to see what kinds of change it will bring. She said, “I’m proud to be a part of the WE Movement — part of a community made up of world-changers who are coming together to make a lasting, positive impact across America and the world.”
She continued, “WE Day will unite and inspire Americans, reminding them that there is so much good and love in the world. I live WE every day and believe that by supporting one another we can truly change the world together.”
It’s inspiring to see that despite any personal issues that the celebs may have with each other, they’re willing to put it all behind them to use their voices together.
No one is going to be perfect all the time, and we’re all guilty of getting ourselves into drama we probably shouldn’t have, but it looks like Gomez, Lovato and Bloom have all grown out of the petty drama phase. They’d rather spend their time trying to make a difference, which is a way better use of time.