Kids from 130 Countries Worldwide Remake Pink’s Hit ‘What About Us’ for World Children’s Day

Pink is giving children all over a universe a reason to dance.

To embark World Children’s Day on Nov. 20, the United Nations is bringing children to a forefront by organizing global, child “takeovers” around a world. President of France Emmanuel Macron, the Prime Minister of Jordan Hani Al-Mulki, President of Chile Michelle Bachelet, Prime Minister of Ireland Leo Varadkar, 50 United States mayors and several other top-ranking politicians globally will be temporarily resigning and branch over their roles to children. Additionally, 24 children will be combined to Barcelona Football Club’s use roster, with some behaving as President and Vice President of a Club.

To inspire children worldwide in some-more than 130 countries to combine to assistance save other children’s lives, mount adult and quarrel for their rights, and to assistance them perform their loyal intensity and dreams, Pink has handed over her pound strike “What About Us” to UNICEF, where children will sing along to a balance and use a new signature dance pierce to emanate their own rendition for a song video.

“This World Children’s Day, we am teaming adult with UNICEF to remind a universe that children and immature people’s voices matter and that their perspectives contingency be enclosed in a decisions that will figure their future,” pronounced Pink in a statement. “I am vehement to lend What About Us to a tellurian kids take over on Nov. 20 as we celebrate a energy of kids around a universe vocalization out about a issues that impact them.”

Children and schools around a universe are speedy to film themselves duplicating a dance for a possibility to be enclosed in a final ‘world version’ of a “What About Us” cover video, that will be expelled subsequent month.

In 2015, UNICEF appointed a thespian as an ambassador, with a concentration on children’s health initiatives — specifically on active lifestyles and nourishment — and to serve as a spokesperson for a gift organization’s initiative, Kid Power.

In addition, over 50 organizations, including Lego and HM, will spin over roles to children. Hugh Jackman and his beginning #WorkoutForWater will be holding place in gyms in over 100 countries, and David Beckham will seem in a Funny or Die video, where he quizzes children about their views of a universe and a destiny it holds.