David Dobrik and Keke Palmer to Host End of Year Special, Peace Out 2020 — Watch a Sneak Peek
"I think we can all agree this year hasn't been the best, but Peace Out 2020 will be a fun way to celebrate the end of the year, and hopefully a better 2021," says David Dobrik
It's finally time to bid 2020 farewell.
"I'm so excited to be part of this celebration alongside Keke and the Facebook community,” says Dobrik, 24. "I think we can all agree this year hasn't been the best, but Peace Out 2020 will be a fun way to celebrate the end of the year, and hopefully a better 2021."
Peace Out 2020 will highlight the most memorable and meme-able moments that helped make this past year a little less heavy. Dobrik and Palmer, 27, will also roast and toast the highs and lows of 2020.
"To say this year has been difficult is an understatement," says Palmer. "But I am thrilled to be celebrating the start of 2021 with David, so many amazing friends and, of course, all the viewers at home during Peace Out 2020."
In an exclusive clip from the special, Snoop Dogg expresses a sweet message of gratitude to the many artists who released new music during the coronavirus lockdown.
"Music was important to me this year because it helped me get through the tough times as far as listening to things that actually felt good," he says. "To all the artists that were able to make music during 2020, much success, continued success and keep making music. It's a gift that we have, so continue to do it. 2020, it's been real, and it's been ugly. And it's time for it to be gone."
Along with the rapper, the Facebook Watch special will also feature appearances from a slew of A-list guests, including Anne Hathaway, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bob Saget, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Keegan-Michael Key, La La Anthony, Matthew McConaughey, Noah Cyrus, Steve Harvey, Tan France and more.
The special will also include comedic bits, dance breaks and musical performances.
And on behalf of Peace Out 2020, Facebook Watch is also donating 2.5 million meals to Feeding America to help the millions of families and individuals in need who have been directly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Peace Out 2020 premieres Dec. 29 at 3 p.m. ET on Facebook Watch.
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