Lovatics, prepare to lose your minds.
Cambio can exclusively report that your queen and inspiration to all, Demi Lovato, will be at WE Day California, happening at the "Fabulous" Forum on Thursday, April 7.
The "Confident" singer, who hosted last year's Toronto event, joins previously announced WE Day California honorary co-chair Charlize Theron and ambassador Tyrese Gibson.
"Being a part of the WE movement has been such an incredible experience that is very close to my heart," said Demi. "There is so much love and inspiration in that stadium and I am truly blessed to be taking the stage once again at WE Day California. I am proud to be part of such an amazing group that works together to make a difference in our world."
The rousing affair will celebrate 16,000 students and educators from over 500 schools for their commitment to take action on local and global causes they're passionate about.
Help making it all possible are supporters, like AOL, which is invested in nurturing future leaders, and is thrilled to be part of the meaningful event that empowers today's youth.
(Demi Lovato at WE Day Toronto 2015)
This super exciting news comes on the heels of the fourth anniversary of Demi's sobriety.
Our girl, who's been unrelentingly honest about her tumultuous journey, is a beacon of hope to many. Her presence at WE Day California will certainly inspire countless others.
UPDATE - Here's the full list of WE Day California speakers, performers and presenters:
Christian Burgos (Anti-gun violence speaker)
Gracie Doran (dancer and anti-bullying activist)
Earth Guardians (young activists, artists and musicians)
Reilly Fox (Kick Like a Girl speaker)
Connor Franta (entrepreneur and author)
Corinne Hindes and Katrine Kirsebom (founders of Warm Winters)
Kermit the Frog along with other Muppets
Craig and Marc Kielburger (co-founders of WE Day)
George McGraw (founder and executive director of DIGDEEP Water)
Millennium Dance Complex (LA-based premiere dance studio)
Elliot Miville-Deschenes (actor, singer and activist)
Ashley Murphy (ME to WE speaker and advocate for HIV/AIDS initiatives)
Kardinal Offishall (rapper and Free The Children ambassador)
Maya Penn (CEO of Maya's Ideas)
Seth Rogen and Lauren Miller Rogen
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