Will Ferrell Sings Whitney Houston’s ‘I Will Always Love You’ During USC Commencement Speech

Will Ferrell gave one very memorable commencement speech for the University of Southern California graduating class on Friday.

During the formal address, the “Daddy’s Home” star gave a stirring performance with his own special rendition of a classic song. The comedian sang Whitney Houston’s “I Will Always Love You” and the crowd loved it.

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Ferrell is an alumnus of the school and was on hand to deliver the keynote commencement speech. The “Saturday Night Live” alum received an honourary doctorate degree from the university just before he sang his heart out.

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“They have to address me as Dr. Ferrell. There will be no exceptions,” Ferrell joked during his speech.

Of course, Ferrell also made a crack about Donald Trump during the talk. “I’m still waiting to get paid by Trump University. Actually, I owe Trump University money,” Ferrell said to much laughter from the audience full of soon-to-be graduates.

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