The words of the President of Ukraine, Zelensky echoed in the Grammy 2022, appealed through video

A pre-recorded speech by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky was played at this year’s Grammy Awards. Zelensky shot this video in a bunker in Kyiv within the last 48 hours. Before the 2022 Grammys telecast, it was unclear whether this video of Zelensky would be shown. According to Variety, the idea of ​​the Ukrainian president’s appearance at the Oscars was first floated by co-host Amy Schumer during an interview on ‘The Drew Barrymore Show’, where she said she asked the producers of the ceremony to include Zelensky. Spoken.

Zelensky said in a video message that he likened the attack to the horrifying silence that threatens to end the dreams and lives of the Ukrainian people. He said, ‘‘ Our musicians are wearing ammunition repellents instead of suit boots. He is singing for the injured in the hospital, singing for those who can’t hear him.’’

Before the start of the ceremony ‘The Recording Academy’ Its partner ‘‘Global Citizen’’ Campaigns run in social media together with ‘‘Stand up for Ukraine’’ mentioned. The purpose of this campaign is to collect donations for Ukraine and help it. In his address, Zelensky said, ‘‘ Fill this silence with your music. Do it today to tell our story. Tell the truth about the war on social media networks, television. Do help us in whatever way you can and then there will be peace in our cities.’’ Following this message from Zelensky, John Legend composed his song with Ukrainian musicians Siuzana Iglidan and Mika Newton. "Free" sang, during which pictures related to the war were being shown in the screen behind him.

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