Ukrainian President Makes an Appearance at the Grammys
As per Fox News, The Grammy Awards in 2022 were more than a night of celebration.
During the awards show on April 3, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy appeared in a video message to introduce John Legend.
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During the awards show on April 3, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy appeared in a video message to introduce John Legend, who was performing a musical tribute to those who are suffering as a result of the Ukraine-Russia crisis.
President Zelenskyy made a call for support for Ukraine before handing the stage up to Legend. "The battle. What could be more diametrically opposed to music than this? The stillness of shattered towns and those who have been slaughtered "Ukraine's president conveyed his thoughts sadly.
"Our kids' sketch swooping rockets rather than shooting stars. More than 400 children have been hurt, with 153 of them dying. They'll never be seen drawing."
According to President Zelenskyy, "are content to wake up in bomb shelters, but alive. Our loved ones are unsure if we will be together again."
The President of Ukraine, Vladimir Zelenskyy, then explained what his country was experiencing. "Fill the quiet with your music!" he added, referring to the ongoing crisis with Russia. It should be filled right now. Telling our narrative is important. On social media and television, tell the truth about the war. In any manner you can, please help us. Silence is not an option. Then shall come the calm."
President Zelenskyy concluded his remarks by expressing his wish for Ukraine's major cities to be "free like you on the Grammy stage."
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