Kathryn, Maris bond with fans in virtual graduation party

What can’t we do these days? Everything is online now—from webinars to e-bonding nights, online classes to quiz nights—and we have all mostly adjusted our interactions to be purely digital.

Sunsilk ambassadors Kathryn Bernardo (left) and Maris Racal  
On May 28, Sunsilk celebrity endorsers Kathryn Bernardo and Maris Racal celebrated the achievements of the Graduating Class of 2020 through a 45-minute program on Facebook Live.

The two stars shared how they worked through their own struggles to get to where they are now. From overcoming challenges like balancing school and work to staying positive, focused and hopeful given any situation, both stars opened up and showed their true beautiful selves.  

The digital event highlighted how graduation becomes one of the most important events in a girl’s life. The panel discussed how a once-in-a-lifetime occasion can be a defining moment for every student out there who has had to go through numerous lessons, exams, and grueling nights just to make that victory march to their diploma.  

Ten representatives from different schools around the country were also featured in the program and got a chance to meet their idols in this virtual party.

The event ended with a commencement speech by Kathryn that encouraged the graduates to continue believing in “habamazing” possibilities, and a touching rendition of “Umagang Kay Ganda” by Maris.  

Participants were made to feel special with this Sunsilk online graduation party that served as a perfect way to celebrate the achievements of the Graduating Batch of 2020.  

Topics: Kathryn Bernardo , Maris Racal , Sunsilk , Umagang Kay Ganda , online graduation party
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