If we've learned one thing from lockdown, it's that celebrities love a good singalong.
Some of them, of course, have been more successful than others. Gal Gadot's career may never be the same again after that ill-fated cover of 'Imagine' - but the Live Lounge All-Stars fared much better with their take on Foo Fighters' 'Times Like These'.
Now, U2 have gotten in on the act - well, kind of.
A host of big names, primarily from the US music scene - including Chris Martin, Camila Cabello, Khalid, Ty Dolla Sign, Noah Cyrus, Tove Lo, Leon Bridges, Cynthia Ervio, Ben Platt and more - have covered the Irish band's song 'Beautiful Day'.
The cover was a part of the 'Dear Class of 2020' special which was broadcast on YouTube yesterday and was described as "a virtual commencement celebration bringing together inspirational leaders and artists to celebrate graduates, their families, and their communities." The new version of the song was produced by Finneas.
Bono introduced the cover himself, saying "As an Irishman, I’ve always believed America is not just a country but an idea and a dream that belongs to the whole world. I know in recent times the world has been reminded that America is an idea that doesn’t even belong to a lot of Americans. For many black Americans, Lady Liberty’s torch is far from a beacon of hope — it’s often a flashlight in the face.”
He added: "Now there were storm clouds over Dublin when U2 recorded ‘Beautiful Day’, things were not as they might have been. But the song was not a description of where we were at, it was a prayer for where we could go, and a dream — like America is a dream — of where we might be. We now know that America is a song yet to be written. That America might be the greatest song the world has never heard. It’s a wild thought, that America is yet to exist. And even wilder that the Class of 2020 might be the very people to bring it into being."
Watch it below: