Maya Rudolph gave arguably the best commencement speech this year, but that doesn't always happen.
Graduation ceremonies could be boring, let's face it. You have a boring commencement speaker (we have all been there), or even a class president with no enthusiasm during their speech; they can be down right exhausting. However, there are times when the ceremony is amazing.
The nearly 10-minute performance is definitely worth the watch! "Uptown Funk" by Mark Ronson featuring Bruno Mars, The Jackson 5's "ABC" and Taylor Swift's "Shake It Off," were some of the songs that the students danced to. The video has been viewed 1 million times since it's initial upload on Friday leaving everyone with the same reaction, can we go to this high school?
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2015 Commencement address speakers
Graduation dance goes viral with the help of Taylor Swift and Bruno Mars
The First Lady spoke to graduates at Tuskegee University in Alabama on May 9 and she'll be flying to Ohio on May 25 to address students at Oberlin College.
Obama gave a commencement speech at Lake Area Technical Institute in Watertown, South Dakota on May 8 and he'll be speaking at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy in New London, Connecticut on May 20.
NBC's Craig Melvin is paying his alma mater Wofford University in Spartanburg, South Carolina this week. He graduated from there in 2001.
CNN's Fareed Zakaria plans to hit Macaulay Honors Collect at the City University of New York on June 2.
On June 16 graduates at the University of Wisconsin will get well wishes from Katie Couric.
Denzel Washington visited Dillard University in New Orleans last week.
And Matthew McConaughey will speak to graduates at the University of Houston on May 15. He's earning $135,000 for his words and is expected to give the money to his jk livin Foundation.
Stephen Colbert will no doubt give students at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina a good laugh on May 18.
And Stephanie Courtney - you may know her as Flo from those Progressive Insurance commercials - she'll be at Binghamton University on May 17 where graduated from in 1992.